I SAW THE DEVIL Movie Review


A New Hampshire native, Paul is a screenwriter who has lived in Los Angeles since 2000, first working in post-production at Paramount, then as a freelance script reader for Radar Pictures. The youngest in a family of six, he was taken to movies that he probably should not have seen, just because the rest of the family was going. He rarely walks out of movies ("Tomb Raider," "Easy A" and "Ultraviolet" being exceptions) and won't watch a movie if he can't see it from the very beginning. He owns DVDs of "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Kingpin" but can't decide which is better, although he believes the scene where Woody Harrelson milks the cow is probably the best scene in either movie.

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  1. Noelle says:

    Er, I thought that the “moral center” of this film was the intentional lack of one. Maybe that is your point. The twist is that the “hero” (dubiously named) vows to make the killer suffer more than his wife has, and unlike most protagonists, he tortures him like crazy. Very disturbing.