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Peacock 2010


description written by member Zara:

Bank clerk John Skillpa (Cillian Murphy) hides a disturbing past from everyone in small-town Peacock, Neb. But when a train accident reveals that a young woman named Maggie (Ellen Page) has been living in his backyard, Skillpa's secret comes to light. Sparked by Maggie's presence and plagued by two personalities, Skillpa's ego wages an internal battle that soon rages out of control. Susan Sarandon and Josh Lucas co-star in this psychological thriller.

MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:90 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsMichael Lander
Written By:
No image existsMichael Lander
No image existsRyan O Roy
Starring:
Ellen PageEllen Page
Susan SarandonSusan Sarandon
Josh LucasJosh Lucas
Cillian MurphyCillian Murphy
Bill PullmanBill Pullman
No image existsKeith Carradine
No image existsBradley Steven Perry
No image existsGraham Beckel
No image existsPaul Cram
No image existsChris Carlson

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Peacock Movie Review by Zara (5/10/2010)

This movie is best described by comparing it to something that Alfred Hitchcock would have made, straight out of a time warp and only missing a shower curtain and a butcher knife. While this isn't what tainted my vision of the movie, it certainly distracted me quite a bit.

A quiet man who lives alone in the house that he...

(complete Peacock review by Zara)



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