Blue Caprice

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"Some killers are born. Others are driven to it."
  • R
  • 2013
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 5.9  (5,980)
  • 76

In 2002, the United States was shaken by a series of sniper attacks that took the lives of 10 innocent civilians and left three others wounded. This tragedy was later known as the Beltway sniper attacks, and it has been depicted in the movie Blue Caprice from 2013. Isaiah Washington stars as John Allen Muhammad, the mastermind behind the brutal sniper attacks. John is a veteran of the first Gulf War, and he’s a man with a troubled past. He lost custody of his children, and he has been struggling to make a living in Tacoma, Washington. However, his life takes a turn when he meets Lee Boyd Malvo, played by Tequan Richmond.

Lee is a troubled teen who is living on the streets of Jamaica with his mother. He’s faced numerous hardships in his life, including a strained relationship with his mother, sexual abuse, and homelessness. John sees the potential in Lee and takes him under his wing. He becomes a father figure to Lee and teaches him how to shoot and to live off the land.

Together, John and Lee embark on a road trip across the United States, with the ultimate goal of reaching Washington D.C. Along the way, they stop in various cities and commit a series of sniper attacks. The attacks are random, and the victims are chosen at random. The attacks create chaos and panic among the public, and the police are baffled by the lack of leads.

The movie is a chilling depiction of two minds that are set on destruction. John is a charismatic and manipulative person who can convince Lee to do his bidding. Lee is impressionable and vulnerable, and he sees John as a father figure. He’s willing to do any task that John asks of him, even if it means taking innocent lives.

Isaiah Washington gives an outstanding performance as John Allen Muhammad. He portrays the character as a man who has been pushed to the brink and who has lost his humanity. John is a man who is so consumed by his anger and bitterness that he’s willing to do anything to get revenge on the world. However, the movie doesn’t portray John as a villain. Instead, he’s depicted as a complex human being who has been failed by society.

Tequan Richmond is also excellent as Lee Boyd Malvo. He portrays the character as a lost soul who’s trying to find his place in the world. Lee is a troubled teen who’s been let down by the adults in his life, but he finds comfort in John. Tequan captures the vulnerability of Lee’s character and makes the audience sympathize with him, despite his actions.

The movie’s direction, by Alexandre Moors, is excellent. He captures the atmosphere of the road trip and the sense of dread that permeates throughout the movie. Moors successfully creates a mood that’s both suspenseful and melancholic. The movie’s cinematography, by Brian O’Carroll, is also noteworthy. He captures the cities that John and Lee stop in and creates a visual language that’s both poetic and haunting.

Overall, Blue Caprice is a haunting and disturbing movie that’s based on true events. It’s a movie that asks difficult questions about the human condition and the lengths that people will go to when they’ve been failed by society. The movie doesn’t give any easy answers, but it leaves a lasting impression on its audience. It’s a movie that will make you think and reflect on the world we live in.

Blue Caprice is a 2013 crime movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 33 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.9 and a MetaScore of 76.

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    1 hr 33 min
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    5.9  (5,980)
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