Untraceable Blu-ray Review

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Reviewed by Andrew Mogford, 26th September 2008
Untraceable is not a bad film per se. It is stylishly directed, and features some decent performances. Sadly, though, although the central concept is – at least – reasonably original the film very quickly sinks into a predictable mess which references every other successful genre entry that predates it.
The transfer is an excellent rendition of what the director intended, although it is never likely to be a reference disc in your collection. The sound mix, though, is absolutely superb – being subtle and effective with full use being made of the whole sound stage.
The extras package is a little light apart from an excellent PiP feature that is worth a watch (if you can bear to watch the film a second time).
Avid fans of the genre may well find much to enjoy here, but unless you are completely in love with the serial killer / crime genre then you may well want to rent this first.
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I really enjoyed this thriller and I thought that DIANE LANE did a great job in the lead role.

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