Blue Caprice (2013)

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Avg Rating: 2.7 / 5. Voted: 34

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Directed by: Alexandre Moors
Starring: Isaiah Washington (John), Tequan Richmond (Lee), Tim Blake Nelson (Ray), Joey Lauren Adams (Ray’s partner), Leo Fitzpatrick (Arms Dealer)
Country: USA; Effed Up American Films
Language: English (Optional Eng Subs)
Runtime: 1:33:06
Genres: Based on a True Story, Mass Killings, Old-Young Relationships

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The DC Sniper attacks.

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Russ
Russ
February 14, 2024 12:06 pm

Indoctrination gone crazy and what a protegee. One can well imagine the chaos and scare caused within a community by indiscriminate shootings.

LyamUutDrenthe
LyamUutDrenthe
January 31, 2024 10:06 am

No one cares what you think bitch

WomanInCrCoNi
WomanInCrCoNi
December 18, 2023 7:08 pm

You have to be mature to understand the intricacies of this film. Watching from Europe, knowing world history and the American BS – it tracks.
And that old dude got a restraining order form his family for a reason – as you may see in his character.
This is how terrorists/soldiers are groomed.

Did you see the parallel drawn there?

KAN
KAN
November 23, 2023 11:04 pm

I think ‘very disappointing’ may be a good description for this. Good characterisations and excellent cinematography but having to wait well over one hour for ten minutes of action totally kills the film. Even the end credits are a major let-down with no information on how long the slaughter lasted, how many victims, and no info on the sentences. Would not recommend this to anyone, unless they are looking for something to help them feel ready for bed.

whotf
whotf
July 28, 2023 3:45 pm

THese pink mfs got so much to say online but smile in these ppls faces that they supposedly hate in real life cuz they sum bitch made mfs.

Horrorcore
Horrorcore
May 27, 2023 12:00 pm

I’m a Washingtonian and I remember this like yesterday. I remember being on lockdown in high school because of a kid that got shot up the street from us. We were all terrified.

Time for a sequel
Time for a sequel
April 29, 2023 11:05 am

I have now watched the full I, Sniper series and just think the people who made this film had so much more they could have entertained people with.
I also think that his second wife was 100% to blame for his change into hatread of people.
I 100% expect one of the three children she has will end up being wronguns as well and the best thing for society is to remove the children from such a horrible mother/women.
As for the police officer who thinks that talking to a person prior to them having legal adivce is a good thing shows the police are never to be trusted. In fact most of the law enforcement in the series came across as complete cretins.
The one thing that did interest me was that Malvo said the idea to cut a hole in the car came from an IRA manual. So I went on to amazon and got myself a copy. Amazon has now recomended a collection of other books of the same ilk to me.

joe126
joe126
April 28, 2023 3:50 am

I, Sniper (2020) — a doc series about these fools was good. This movie was weak overall.

Cole
Cole
April 27, 2023 6:55 pm

Sad day today. Carolyn Bryant Donham, the woman who fingered that shit bag criminal/rapist Emmett Till before he was lynched in 1955, has died at the age of 88.

Steve
Steve
April 27, 2023 9:20 am

The DC snipers were black? That’s odd… On TV commercials (and they appear in 95% of them for some strange reason), they’re always so peaceful and friendly. Voices of reason speaking perfect English. Providing wise financial advice and marketing complex insurance products. Never wearing dreadlocks or weave. Going on camping trips in luxury SUVs with their smiling, white spouses and well-behaved, light-skinned children. Living in spacious mansions in upper-class neighborhoods. Meticulously trimming their hedges and waving to their white and Asian neighbors. Singing and dancing in their modern kitchens while preparing healthy, vegetarian meals. Meanwhile, ALL the criminals on home security commercials are white.

Vampire Cat
Vampire Cat
April 26, 2023 12:08 am

I’d rather drive the Blue Ruin.

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April 25, 2023 11:49 pm

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Cole
Cole
April 25, 2023 8:17 pm

Did you see all the wild chimps on Tybee Island in Georgia on spring break? Oh snap! It’s gonna be a wild monkey summer, man.

fred fat
fred fat
April 25, 2023 5:00 pm

Who remembers the horrific Beltway sniper shootings which left 10 dead and 3 seriously wounded in the Washington, D.C. area in 2002? I remember a friend of mine who lived in Maryland telling me how he was afraid to leave his house at the time. Was it really necessary to bring back up all the horrible memories? The American-based, French director, Alexandre Moors certainly thought so. Moors’ approach is to explore the relationship between the two killers, the adult John Allen Muhammed and his teenage partner in crime, Lee Boyd Malvo, avoiding any sensationalistic aspects of the shooting spree. That’s a good thing, because what is the point of rehashing such tragic events that brought so much grief to the families of the innocent victims? Moors approach is psychological. But is there enough meat to the story to keep us interested and perhaps gain insight into what drove these psychopaths, to do what they did? In Moors’ narrative, Malvo is abandoned by his mother in Antigua where Muhammed just happens to be vacationing with his young daughters. Muhammed saves Malvo from drowning in the ocean and they quickly bond. The only problem is that Muhammed never saved Malvo and it was both the teenager and his mother who met Muhammed and she left him in his care. So the angle that Malvo bonded with Muhammed because he owed him his life, does not hold any weight. After Muhammed brings Malvo back with him to the United States, we basically figure… Read more »

fred fat
fred fat
April 25, 2023 4:57 pm

i used to drive a red caprice

Von
Von
April 25, 2023 2:56 pm

Just a fyi… as a black person. Online racism is more deal-with-able. You’re to cowardly to express yourself as such in person. The deficiency in your skin literally turns red at the idea that I’m right about who you are in your white red faced ways. Your ancestors were such scum Europe said get tf out! So basically, you act like that cause you’re literally and factually the spawn of the people they didn’t deem fit to stay in their society. You come from peasants & riff raff. You steal everything, kill everything, & you hate everyone cause we all ARE better than you. All races ARE better than white people. Medicine, foods, technology, advancements, and culture all come from every other race because you are unoriginal. You are lazy. You are sad so you feel the need to inflict it on others. Remember, no matter what you say to crawl under people’s skin like the parasites y’all ARE, it doesn’t change reality, history, nor the truth. Truth is, Caucasians are the parasites of the earth & the human “race.”

Porch Monkey Mahem
Porch Monkey Mahem
April 25, 2023 12:23 am

Pedo Steve and Cunty Cole walk into a bar full of niggers……………..instant karma.

Steve
Steve
April 24, 2023 5:23 pm

What’s the difference between blacks and snow tires? Snow tires don’t sing when you put chains on them.

Cole
Cole
April 24, 2023 5:22 pm

This white guy had to take a shit really bad but the only bathroom available was “for coloreds only.” The white guy got some spray paint at a hardware store, painted his face and hands with black spray paint and they let him in the bathroom. Right when he dropped his drawers a spook came in and sang “Bless my heart – bless my soul – I never saw a nigger with a white asshole.”

Fuck Off Cole
Fuck Off Cole
April 24, 2023 4:46 pm

You’re a faggot and you’re annoying

RudiderBuddler
RudiderBuddler
April 24, 2023 2:21 pm

I like it when someone gets shot. I’m drooling myself while writing this. Oh, why is my cock out?

Wheres my disco ball
Wheres my disco ball
April 24, 2023 8:14 am

Just watched SPF-18 which has to be ranked high on the worst film charts. Went to see what others felt and this one IMDB person is worthy of re-quoting there intro.. My Eyes and Rectum are Bleeding. However have to say SPF-18 entertained me more than B-Cap.

Capricious it is not
Capricious it is not
April 24, 2023 5:45 am

A dull film. A few people get shot. In the mid-point there is a BBQ and some car mechanics. Sometimes it rains.

Steve
Steve
April 24, 2023 2:51 am

I think this would be a wonderful opportunity to pause for a moment and give thanks for the great contributions of the black community to our society. Their peaceful and generous nature make them ideal neighbors, lending testimony to their exceptional family values and parenting skills unrivaled by any other culture. Their commitment to academic excellence enriches our schools and serves as an example to all who hope to achieve prominence as a people. Real estate values are fueled by the mix of African Americans into an area due to their caring and respectful nature of these communities, an example of all they have achieved through their enthusiasm for self-improvement by hard work and a self-reliant can-do nature. Without their industrious and creative drive, we would be poorer as a nation.

Cole
Cole
April 24, 2023 2:21 am

I remember when this was happening. I felt like a sitting duck while I was pumping gas for $3 an hour. When the African American community found out it was two mud ducks doing all the shooting they put their hands on their hips, twisted their bodies, cocked their coconut heads with the pubic hair on top to one side and said “Says WHICH? I thought it was gonna be a HONKEY! DAMN! Now we can’t cry racism and loot and burn down buildings. DAMN! I was be’s gonna steal some 40’s and grape drank. DAMN!

Fred Chat
Fred Chat
April 24, 2023 12:00 am

“Blue Caprice” is a 2013 film based on the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks in the Washington D.C. area. Directed by Alexandre Moors, the film explores the relationship between John Allen Muhammad (played by Isaiah Washington) and Lee Boyd Malvo (played by Tequan Richmond), the two men responsible for the shootings that killed 10 people and injured 3 others over a period of three weeks.

The film is a disturbing look at the making of a mass murderer, as it delves into the psychological manipulation and abuse that Muhammad inflicts upon Malvo, who is just a teenager when they first meet. The film is shot in a cold and detached style that adds to the chilling atmosphere, and the performances by Washington and Richmond are powerful and intense.

One of the film’s strengths is its refusal to provide easy answers or explanations for the horrific acts committed by the two men. Instead, it portrays them as complex individuals who are the product of a broken society and a culture of violence. The film also raises important questions about gun control laws, mental illness, and the impact of media coverage on such tragedies.

Overall, “Blue Caprice” is a thought-provoking and haunting film that will stay with you long after the credits roll. It is not an easy watch, but it is an important one that sheds light on a dark chapter in American history.

I hate Cole
I hate Cole
April 23, 2023 11:46 pm

He`s a cunt