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Untraceable

FBI cyber-crime specialist Diane Lane tracks a diabolical serial killer who offers streaming video of his kidnapped victims on his Web site; each of them is rigged up to some Rube Goldberg torture device, and every new hit on the site incrementally raises his pain level. By now the hypocrisy of simultaneously condemning and exploiting the audience's sadism has become so commonplace in American movies it hardly seems noteworthy. Sure enough, when I typed the name of the site—KillWithMe.com—into my browser, Sony Pictures Entertainment had created a facsimile of it to promote the movie. Pardon me while I vomit. ):>O%%%%. Gregory Hoblit (Fracture) directed; with Billy Burke and Colin Hanks. R, 100 min.

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