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Montreal wird von einer mysteriösen Mordserie in Atem gehalten. Die örtliche Polizei erhält bei ihren Ermittlungen Unterstützung durch eine Profilerin vom FBI. Die attraktive Spezialagentin Illeana Scott erregt mit ihren ungewöhnlichen Methoden. Taking Lives – Für Dein Leben würde er töten (Originaltitel: Taking Lives) ist ein US-amerikanischer Thriller von D. J. Caruso aus dem Jahr Das Drehbuch. Taking Lives. (61)1h 38minX-Ray Ein chamäleon artiger Serienkiller eignet sich das Leben seiner Opfer an. FBI-Profilerin Illeana Scott wird selbst in. elitskytte.se: Finden Sie Taking Lives in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Taking Lives – Für Dein Leben würde er töten: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew.
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In "Taking Lives," he understands that a certain genre of thriller depends more upon style and tone than upon plot; it doesn't matter if you believe it walking out, as long as you were intrigued while it was happening.
Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from until his death in In , he won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism.
Rated R for strong violence including disturbing images, language and some sexuality. Angelina Jolie as Illeana Scott. Tcheky Karyo as Leclair.
Olivier Martinez as Paquette. Gena Rowlands as Mrs. Kiefer Sutherland as Hart. Ethan Hawke as Costa. Reviews Taking Lives.
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Just watched this film again and totally forgot how much I love it. I've also heard the book is pretty different so I'm bumping it up on the list.
The movie includes one of the kinkiest, hottest, most arousing sex scenes I have ever seen. So that's a bonus. View all 10 comments.
Sep 20, Michael rated it it was ok Shelves: books-into-film , collectible , family-relationships , reviewed , mike-s-missionbooks-in , read-in , author-s-first-book , reading-club-mike-draper.
The story begins slowly as Martin Arkenhout kills his first victim, finds it's an easy thing and gives him an appetite for murder..
John Costa is the story's narrator. He's a keeper at a museum and is searching for a Professor John Heart. By the time this portion of the story gets under way, John Heart has become Martin Arkenhout's victim and Arkenh "Taking Lives" by Michael Pye is a complex story of a serial killer who murders people and then assumes their identity.
By the time this portion of the story gets under way, John Heart has become Martin Arkenhout's victim and Arkenhout has taken over Hart's identity.
Arkenhout has had a narrow escape from one of his false identities and thinks that pretending to be a professor would be easy.
As a museum keeper, what was so important about why he was searching for Heart wasn't very well explained. I would have enjoyed knowing what was so important and why it was stolen.
The reader does get to know about John Costa while dealing with Costa's father's demise. The story takes the reader to many places and much is set in Portugal which is interesting.
Imagining those stars acting out their roles in the movie added a fun element to my reading experience.
I also feel that the victims of the killer could have been described more thoroughly so the reader might come to be interested or sympathetic to them.
There were times when I was reading the story and didn't know if the character was one of the serial killer's victim or the actual character.
Nov 24, Jacque Newman rated it did not like it Shelves: owned-to-read-books. Normally I don't write reviews. However, I was super disappointed in this book.
I had seen the movie and expected similar if not better. I do realize there is a tendency to change things from the book but this was a drastic difference.
The book went on and on. Eventually I found myself waiting for the book to be over. If I didn't have a finish once you started policy with books I would have stopped sooner.
Really bummed. Feb 12, Ali rated it liked it Shelves: japanreads. In fact, now that I am finished I can tell you, there are only two things that this book has in common with the movie: they used two of the names from the book but with a completely different character roles for both , and a guy kills people for their identity.
And I must say the book ended badly. It's okay you are free to go. I don't know where to begin with this The pace of the whole story was very slow.
I didn't feel like there was ever a climax; and if there was one, it wasn't that good, evidently. The way Maria and Anna were portrayed made it feel like they weren't necessary; in fact, I found them both very annoying.
The story wasn't really built up properly - a mere repetition. I can't believe I'm actually saying this but in my opinion, the movie was so much better than the book.
This is such a disappointment. View 1 comment. Aug 05, Spylow rated it did not like it Shelves: crime.
Disapointing book. Couldn't finish it. The basic idea that someone is killing people and taking over their identity and live is fascinating.
But they way the book is written So my advice in this case: forget about the book watch the movie. Oct 14, Sarah Thomas rated it it was ok.
Interesting plot but the writing style was just too hard to read and enjoy. In this case the movie was SO much better than the book.
I really wanted to like it but found myself even skipping whole paragraphs to get done quicker and I didn't feel like I missed anything.
And the extra story about Costa's father just didn't make any sense what the point was and why that was even included in the story- it was like a filler or something.
I just did not like this book at all. Aug 11, Ricardo rated it liked it. I was very much looking forward to reading this book, but the style just wasn't for me.
The writer is into short sentences which I sometimes like but it felt like I was reading text that wasn't properly translated and sounded more like a "to do" list.
This book was very interesting for the first few chapters but I quickly became bored with it and just wanted it to end.
I wouldn't recommend it. Aug 25, Jennifer rated it did not like it. Made it about 50 pages and just couldn't make myself read any more.
The choppy style felt like I was reading someone's grocery list. Mar 12, Lisa rated it liked it. Read this years ago back when I found out it was a book after watching Taking Lives.
It's pretty different from the movie. But I found it enjoyable. Might reread it sometime to refresh my memory. Jul 23, Erased rated it really liked it.
I walked away wanting to read more novels of this genre, and I have, and it's thanks to this book.
Apr 12, Jo Cameron-Symes rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Illeana Ethan Hawke Costa Kiefer Sutherland Hart Gena Rowlands Asher Olivier Martinez Leclair Jean-Hugues Anglade Duval Paul Dano Young Asher Justin Chatwin Cashier Billy Two Rivers Car Salesman Richard Lemire Medical Examiner Christian Tessier Learn more More Like This.
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Edit Did You Know? Martin Asher's analog is Martin Arkenhout, a native of Holland. The prime settings of the novel are England and Portugal.
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