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Untraceable

Dir. Gregory Hoblit, US, 2008, 100 minsNeither terrifying nor inspiring, Untraceable is still a curious portrait of a society that struggles to police itself, under siege from one of its own children. The much-feared 'enemy within' that Cold Warriors railed about is now sitting at his basement computer and playing with his chemistry set. It's an odd fit in the marketplace, a boiler-plate Jodie Foster tough-girl story (a Silence of the Lambs, several ...

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