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Still Life: The Fine Art of Murder: The alleys of downtown Manhattan become a modern killing field when corpses begin turning up, disfigured and gruesomely posed to appear as pieces of art.In the frightening climate of the "...

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Ratings: IMDB: 4.6/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: November 09, 1990
Runtime: 83 mins
Genres: Horror Thriller
Countries: Canada
Director: Graeme Campbell
Actors: Gary Farmer Jason Gedrick Jessica Steen Stephen Shellen

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Posted by Garp 1 week ago
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I would say this movie is sub-par in plot. It seemed like a film school project. The weaknesses include character development, unbelievable, dialogue between characters in the movie seemed juvenile. I sensed within the first 5 minutes that this movie would be a fail; however I wanted to see if it would turn itself around and get engaging to me the viewer. It did not. This movie in my estimate should be watched only as a lesson in what a poorly written movie looks like. This doesn't even rate a star.

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