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The Flock
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Directed By
Wai Keung Lau

Written By:
Hans Bauer, Craig Mitchell

Richard Gere, Claire Danes, Twink Caplan, Robert Nathan Gleason, Tom B. Gleason, Avril Lavigne, Robyn Reede, Cyd Schulte, Matt Schulze, Kadee Strickland, J. Nathan Simmons, Russell Sams, Z. Ray Wakeman, Matt Sanford, Johnnie Hector, Dylan Scheller, Ric Maddox, Carmen Serano, Josh Berry, Frank Bond, Paul Scallan, Genia Michaela, Ed Ackerman, Dylan Kenin, Dwayne L. Barnes, Erik Davies, Victoria Gallegos, Roberto Enrique Pineda, Bailey Ann Scheller, Kristina Sisco, Chaz Grundy

The Flock (2007)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
October 24th, 2009

Favorite Movie Quote: "I think about a girl who's dead because I didn't look in a closet."

Now, I will be prejudiced going in as the director Wai-keung Lau is the director of three of my favorite films - the Infernal Affairs trilogy. That means I am expecting some real excitement out of Richard Gere and Claire Danes.

We enter the world of the sick and twisted, which Erroll (Gere) and Allison (Danes) watch after they are released from prison. It serves no purpose to list the perversions; you wouldn't believe me anyway, and need to see for yourself.

Gere was excellent as usual, but there wasn't enough action in this film to justify having Wai-keung Lau direct. It turned out to be a standard police procedural looking for serial killers. Danes was a waste.

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