Taking Lives, a derivative but consistently audacious serial-killer thriller, is easily Angelina Jolie 's best movie since her Oscar-winning turn in Girl, Interrupted. Unfortunately, with a body of work that includes Gone in 60 Seconds, the Lara Croft double play and last year's tragically unforgettable Beyond Borders, best doesn't count for much. Jolie is so spectacularly beautiful that she's difficult to believe in most roles. But as Illeana Scott, an FBI agent fond of lying in the graves of the victims whose deaths she's investigated and taping photographs of their mutilated corpses all around her bathtub, she's particularly hard to swallow. You could buy her as a dangerous sociopath in Interrupted, because -- let's face it -- she wasn't exactly playing against type. The impeccably groomed Illeana travels to Montreal to team up with predictably resentful local authorities in the hunt for a longtime serial killer who assumes the lives of his victims. As companion pieces to Jolie's loveliness, Taking Lives offers not only the winding, cobblestone streets of picturesque Old Montreal, but also the brooding poutiness of French actor Olivier Martinez Unfaithful as one of the local cops. Sadly, it is the increasingly smarmy Ethan Hawke , as Costa, a twitchy artist who witnessed one of the killer's crimes, with whom the movie opts to pair her. Because Hawke famously cheated on his soon-to-be-ex-wife, Uma Thurman , with a young Canadian model during filming, the movie has at least one scene that yanks you out of its fiction and into the pages of Us Weekly.
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Angela White embraces herself this afternoon, keeping it casual in jeans and sheer blue lingerie. I dig all the angles she poses in for Playboy, a sort of sexual progression from touchy feely to full blown naked. Ah Angela, you are a goddess. Angela hears your story, finds you incredibly sexy and cannot resist stripping nude leaving on the high heels so you know what a professional woman is capable of. Erotica changes all the time, but the same constant is curves. Angela White loves that new car smell, it drives her wild! She is excited to show off her new lifestyle on Zishy, because she got a brand new blue dress, a new car, and a new lease on life. It so happens that we get invited inside her car for a personal strip tease. I like where this is going. She also is rocking that seductive red lingerie so well that I want to be the hands that takes those panties off.
Taking Lives is a American psychological thriller film directed by D. Loosely adapted from the novel of the same name by Michael Pye, the film centers on an enigmatic serial killer who takes on the identities of his victims. The original music score was composed by Philip Glass and the main title's theme was composed by Walter Werzowa of the electronica group Edelweiss. Pictures , where it received mixed-to-negative reviews. The bus breaks down, and the two acquire a car, which soon blows a tire.