Identity (2003) Full Movie

Identity
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Identity (2003) : Complete strangers stranded at a remote desert motel during a raging storm soon find themselves the target of a deranged murderer. As their numbers thin out, the travelers begin to turn on each other, as each tries to figure out who the killer is.

Title Identity (2003)
Release Date Apr 25, 2003
Genres ,
Production Company Konrad Pictures, Columbia Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet, John Hawkes, Alfred Molina, John C. McGinley, William Lee Scott, Clea DuVall, Jake Busey, Rebecca De Mornay, Matt Letscher
Plot Keywords prostitute, detective, nevada, prisoner, rain, motel, weather, psychopath, ex-cop, stranded, murder, serial killer, whodunit, scream, storm, psychiatrist, convict, thunderstorm, rainstorm, split personality, mental disorders, murder mystery, dissociative identity disorder, isolated place
Ed
Ed
John Cusack
Rhodes
Rhodes
Ray Liotta
Paris
Paris
Amanda Peet
Larry
Larry
John Hawkes
Dr. Malick
Dr. Malick
Alfred Molina
George York
George York
John C. McGinley
Lou
Lou
William Lee Scott
Ginny
Ginny
Clea DuVall
Robert Maine
Robert Maine
Jake Busey
Caroline Suzanne
Caroline Suzanne
Rebecca De Mornay
Staatsanwaltsmitarbeiter
Staatsanwaltsmitarbeiter
Matt Letscher
Verteidiger
Verteidiger
Carmen Argenziano
Staatsanwalt
Staatsanwalt
Marshall Bell
Richter Taylor
Richter Taylor
Holmes Osborne
Alice York
Alice York
Leila Kenzle
Timmy York
Timmy York
Bret Loehr
Detective Varole
Detective Varole
Frederick Coffin
Bailiff Jenkins
Bailiff Jenkins
Joe Hart
Nackter Geschäftsmann
Nackter Geschäftsmann
Michael Hirsch
Bailiff
Bailiff
Terence Bernie Hines
Gefrorene Leiche
Gefrorene Leiche
Stuart M. Besser
Malcolm Rivers
Malcolm Rivers
Pruitt Taylor Vince

Reviews

  • John Chard

    His story's so unbelievable, I think it just might be true. Identity is directed by James Mangold and written by Michael Cooney. It stars John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amada Peet, Clea DuVall, Rebecca De Mornay, Alfred Molina, John Hawkes, John C. McGinley, Jake Busey and Pruitt Taylor Vince. Music is by Alan Silvestri and cinematography by Phedon Papamichael Jr. Inspired by Agatha Christie’s Ten Little Indians, Identity pitches 10 characters trapped at a motel who begin getting killed off one by one... If you are going to do yet another take on Christies superb literary source then at least bring some freshness, so how nice to find that Identity does in fact ironically have its own. Set up is suitably in keeping with murder mystery shenanigans, there’s major flooding and our host of characters are bound to a shabby motel run by a shabby John Hawkes. On the edges of the frame we have another story where multiple killer Malcolm Rivers (the wonderful wobbly eyed P.T. Vince) is under interrogation to test for insanity to stave off his impending execution. Mangold uses flashbacks to put the various characters at the motel, in how they came to be there. There’s a creative ambitiousness about how Mangold constructs the pic that draws you in, which come the finale will either have you satiated or stupefied. The murder sequences are very well put together, with a couple being well ghoulish, and it’s a very impressive cast of actors working their way through the formulaic but fascinatingly cheat free psychological murk. It’s not as smart as it thinks it is but this has enough of an absorbing pull, and no little intelligence, to lift it higher than many other Agatha 10 copies. 7/10

  • light_michael

    It's one of my favorites, I rate it four stars and a half.