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Killer Instinct: From the Files of Agent Candice DeLong (2003)

Based upon the book and real-life story of FBI profiler Candice DeLong, "Killer Instinct" chronicles DeLong's (Jean Smart) pursuit of a serial killer (Robert Joy) who, after attacking her close friend, chooses her as his next victim.

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Bobby Mazariegos
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Dr. Rene Sutter
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Frank MacNeil
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Natalie Behrens
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Kit Geary
Jeff Sutton ...
Ryan DeLong
Gene Pyrz ...
Joel Payne
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Peter Geary
Sharon Bajer ...
Gaby Bliss
Tracy Beemer ...
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Lisa Best ...
Lacy Chambers
Victor Cowie ...
Dennis Maltz
Brian Drader ...
Kevin Sherwin
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Jill Rittman
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Based upon the book and real-life story of FBI profiler Candice DeLong, "Killer Instinct" chronicles DeLong's (Jean Smart) pursuit of a serial killer (Robert Joy) who, after attacking her close friend, chooses her as his next victim.

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6 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Candice DeLong: profession profiler  »

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Mark Crouse: Pig!
Candice DeLong: That's MISS FEDERAL pig to you!
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Ideal story is undermined by bland characters and writing
12 August 2012 | by (Ladson, SC) – See all my reviews

I guess this movie is somewhat original: An FBI agent decides to retire, which results in her best friend nearly dying after accepting a ride from a serial killer (or at least I think these events are somehow related). So she decides to come out of retirement to tackle the case. But the movie is basically filled with two-dimensional characters, and a villain (or the criminal) that is not fleshed out, and that you don't really love to hate. Robert Joy may look like an ideal villain, but it's a different kettle of fish to portray one. The acting, story, writing, etc. isn't especially interesting. And as a result, there's very little suspense, and nothing feels truly at stake. This is a very mediocre movie.


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