Sanctimony Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for Sanctimony the Movie

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It's just like "American Psycho"... only much, much worse. Director Uwe Boll, the second worst thing that Germany's ever been responsible for, steals liberally from Bret Easton Ellis and David Fincher's "Se7en" in one of the clumsiest serial killer stories ever put to film. Two cops (Pare and Rubin) suspect that stock broker Tom Merrick (Van Dien) is really the psycho murderer known as the "Monkey Maker." (Worst. Villain. Name. Ever.) So what do they do about it? Not much. Boll's screenplay (He writes too!) is as aimless as friendly fire and just as entertaining. By the time you get to the inexplicable snuff film sequence, you'll be wondering if Boll had a stroke halfway through writing the script.

Distribution

Pioneer Entertainment, c/o CDC America, 2265 E. 220th St., Long Beach, CA 90810, Phone: (310)952-2231, Toll-free: 800-526-0363, Fax: (800)843-7332, URL: http://www.pioneer-ent.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 87 minutes.
Originally from German, United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Serial Killers, Police Detectives
Screenplay
Uwe Boll
Cast
Casper Van Dien, Eric Roberts, Michael Pare, Jennifer Rubin, Catherine Oxenberg
Cinematography
Mathias Neumann
Director
Uwe Boll
Music
Uwe Spies

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