Nightwatch Movie Review

Back when Nightwatch opened on the big screen, the studio had a contest: whoever could stay awake for 6 straight showings of the movie through the night won some big prize. Turns out that's a tough contest. I couldn't even stay awake for one showing. Ewan McGregor stars as the night watchman at a morgue, who starts right after a rash of serial killings. Too bad they never get him, though they try -- but only after putting the audience under.

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Nightwatch Rating

" Grim "

Rating: R, 1998

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