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The Keeper
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Directed By
Paul Lynch

Written By:
Gerald Sanford

Dennis Hopper, Asia Argento, Helen Shaver, Lochlyn Munro, Alejandro Abellan, Brad Loree, Mike Mitchell, Justin Callan, Denis Corbett, Garfield Wilson, Fred Keating, Robert Saunders, Alex Zahara, Philip Granger, Charles Frederick, Philip Granger, Joe McCoy, Angela Uyeda, Charlie Gudgeon, John L. Cowan Jr., JoŽlle Antonissen, Jordan Henderson, Justine van Ruskenveld, Crystal MacDonald, Yolanda Corbett, Luman Coad

The Keeper (2004)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
May 29th, 2007

A weird, weird story by director Paul Lynch.

Now, I have not seen Black Snake Moan, but I have seen enough trailers for the film to know that there isn't an ounce of difference in the stories. Instead of Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci, we have Dennis Hopper and Asia Aregento (Land of the Dead).

Hopper is a cop who picks up stripper Argento after she is attacked and takes her home to his basement where he has a cell. Now, how many people have a cell in their basement? Hold up your hands. A sure sign that this guy is a nut job.

He is going to make her change her ways. Yeah, right.

When he is not preaching to her, he is playing some Depty Dawg dress-up for the kiddies. Helen Shaver is a producer that wants to take him national. OK, release the nut job on all of us.

As the movie progresses, our worst fears are realized and we find that he really is a nut job because of his mommy. You say that coming, right? Bottom line: If you are going to have a movie about a stripper that takes a shower and gets attacked, then we need to see something to keep us interested. There is nothing here folks!

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