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Rated R · 93 minutes · 2013
Isaiah Washington is terrifyingly good as John Allen Muhammad, the sick mind behind the 2002 sniper attacks that plunged Washington D.C., Virginia and the surrounding regions into a living hell. The title of the film refers to the assassin’s vehicle of choice, a blue Chevrolet Caprice with a hole in the trunk to allow for a sniper rifle. Tequan Richmond is equally chilling as Lee, the simpleton who followed Muhammad’s advice, learned to fire a weapon, and participated in the killing of 10 people. Director Alexandre Moors builds a compelling story about why these morons did what they did, with Washington and Richmond delivering convincing, disturbing performances. This film will stick in your craw long after you’ve seen it.
Director: Alexandre Moors
Producer: Jonathan Gray, Isaiah Washington, Charles Parlato and Hilary Stabb
Cast: Isaiah Washington, Tequan Richmond, Tim Nelson, Joey Adams, Al Sapienza, Cassandra Freeman and Leo Fitzpatrick

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Portland Mercury Firing Range Guns, monsters, and Blue Caprice. by Erik Henriksen 09/25/2013

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