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Fled (1996)

Posted on Saturday, May 21st, 2005 under Reviews | No comments

3 out of 5 tracking device harmonicasDirected by Kevin Hooks

Meet the Fugitive 2. Um, wait ... there already is one ... hmm ... okay. Meet the whiney little brother of some Fugitive-type movie. In all fairness though, Kevin Hooks has actually given us something that is moderately enjoyable to watch.

Plenty of action, a handful of witty quotes (though overused at times), and enough of a plot to keep you watching until the end. There were even one or two twists that I didn't expect. Definitely try to catch the entire opening title sequence. It is sure to inspire the pyrotechnist within.

My favorite part - there is an African American friend of Mark Dodge with a screen name of (you guessed it) "Puffy". Ingenious.

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