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Pavement (2002)

Samuel Browne is a tracker in Alaska. When his sister meets a grisly death in San Francisco, he goes there to hunt her killer. As more murders occur, Buckley Clarke, a police investigator, ... See full summary »

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Buckley Clarke
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Lieutenant Marks (as Barry Henley)
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Detective Kecker
Danny Keogh ...
Detective Moore
Alex Duncan ...
George Johnson
Terry Norton ...
Anne Hughes
Adam Pike ...
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Lynita Crofford ...
Jenny Brown
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Lewis
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Frank Pierce (as Dan Robertse)
Iain Bruce ...
Bill (as Ian Bruce)
Peter Krummeck ...
Police Clerk
Sylvaine Strike ...
Sylvia
Victoria Bartlett ...
Mary Wilson
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Samuel Browne is a tracker in Alaska. When his sister meets a grisly death in San Francisco, he goes there to hunt her killer. As more murders occur, Buckley Clarke, a police investigator, reluctantly joins forces with Sam. As they sort out clues - it's a slight person, perhaps a woman, who walks with a leg brace and rides the bus - they also find a mutual attraction. The brass are convinced this is a serial killer chosing victims at random, but Sam and Buckley discover a pattern involving health personnel who work in neonatal intensive care. Doctors aren't supposed to play god, but someone's decision years before has driven a killer over the brink. Can they find him? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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The only victim who wants to die is the killer.


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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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13 December 2002 (USA)  »

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The dog that attacks the tracker is not a wolf it appears to be husky dog See more »

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When Buckley is called to a crime scene in the middle of the night, the alarm clock on her night stand switches from 3:57 to 4:09 to 3:58. See more »

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Samuel Brown: Sometimes the search itself is the answer.
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Forgot to mention...
22 December 2002 | by (Honolulu, HI) – See all my reviews

Pavement also features the most incompetent police SWAT officers captured on film. They're lousy shots, their procedures are comicly flawed and apparently any psycho with a gun can get the drop on them and kill half of them without difficulty.

Unfortunately this adds a very "Mystery Science Theater 3000" flavor to the film; the better parts of the movie tended to get overshadowed by the irresisitible urge to make sarcastic comments.


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