Caracara

"Grim"

Caracara Review


Wow, this HBO thriller started off as interesting, with Henstridge playing a lonely scientist whose sole companion is a caracara (a type of hawk). I was expecting The Falcon and the Snowman. But no, soon enough, "FBI agents" take over her apartment but they turn out to be phonies! Oh dear! They're actually a hit squad out to kill [drum roll] Nelson Mandela!!! By the time Johnathon Schaech starts shooting at people with a contraption that fires arrows instead of bullets, you will long since have tuned out.


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Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

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Starring: as Rachel Sutherland, as David J. McMillan, Michael Filipowich as Lt. Jack Peligrino, David McIlwraith as Alan Crancer, Robin Brûlé as Christy Dyer, as Cynthia Kirkman Sutherland


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