The Missing Person

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Leslie

Delivers noir with a touch of redemption and morality.

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Edward

This is a retro vehicle that echos the film noir private eyes of yesteryear. An enjoyable trip when sardonic and somber with a splash of ethics were still cool.

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Ismael

Shannon still developing. See him in 99 Homes.

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Michael

Thank you for these comments.

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Jenny

Boring, endless, predictable. Whatta waste of time. Next time, I'll stick with old film noir. Dunno why the rave reviews. I could say more, but I'm too bored. Gotta go find even the worst black and white noir of the 50s. Anything better than this dreck.

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Albert

Agree 100% percent.

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John

Shannon is good, but i found it a bit slow moving overall.

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Lynn

boring

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Steve

Michael Shannon is one of the great modern day actors. Versatile and willing to take on any role.

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T

Shannon ..... the next great American screen guy :)

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