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The Factory

2012 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

CrimeMysteryThriller

  • Jini Score
    35%
  • Critics Score
    40%
  • Rating
    5.8/10
  • Box Office
    $ 0 Million
  • Jini Score
    35%
  • Critics Score
    40%
  • Rating
    5.8/10
  • Box Office
    $ 0 Million
Detective Mike Fletcher, a rugged and obsessive police officer, and his partner Kelsey Walker, are on the trail of a serial killer who prowls the streets targeting young streetwalkers. When his teenage daughter disappears, Fletcher discovers that the killer has kidnapped her after mistaking her for a prostitute. Fletcher's obsession goes into overdrive when he drops all professional restraint to get the killer and save his daughter. Written by Anonymous The Factory is a 2012 American English-language Crime Mystery motion picture featuring John Cusack, Jennifer Carpenter, Dallas Roberts, Mae Whitman, Sonya Walger, Mageina Tovah and Adrianne Richards. Dark Castle Entertainment was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Joel Silver, Susan Downey and David Gambino. The Factory is written by Paul Leyden and Morgan O'neill and it is directed by Morgan O'neill. Warner Bros. acquired the distribution rights for the movie. The Factory was released on 1st June 2013 and takes a screen time of 104 minutes. The Factory was made on a budget of $30 million and at the box office it grossed only $0 million. Cinematography was done by Kramer Morgenthau and editing by Tod Feuerman. The music was composed by Mark Isham.

The Factory Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : 1.3/5

26%

Positive Review Rating : 25%

25%
  • Blu Ray

    Aiming for a grim tone of genre escapism, The Factory drowns in poor taste and dismal logic, pushing anger and unnerving personal issues on people just looking to be entertained. ( Read More )
  • Composed of seven or eight other films youve already seen before. And not composed especially well. ( Read More )
  • Breit Bart

    The surprise ending is such a monumental head scratcher it almost lifts the film into must see territory for cinematic rubber neckers. ( Read More )
  • Movie Hole

    It also doesnt so much all come together in the end as it is forced together, resulting in much eye rolling. ( Read More )

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