Out of Time

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Overview

Director Carl Franklin and actor Denzel Washington team up again following 1995's Devil in a Blue Dress for the crime thriller Out of Time. Washington stars as Matt Lee Whitlock, the well-respected chief of police in a quiet Florida community. While in the process of getting a divorce from fellow detective Alexandra Eva Mendez, Matt engages in an affair with his high school sweetheart Anne Sanaa Lathan. Unfortunately, Anne is married to the extremely jealous Chris Dean Cain, a former pro football player who works...
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Overview

Director Carl Franklin and actor Denzel Washington team up again following 1995's Devil in a Blue Dress for the crime thriller Out of Time. Washington stars as Matt Lee Whitlock, the well-respected chief of police in a quiet Florida community. While in the process of getting a divorce from fellow detective Alexandra Eva Mendez, Matt engages in an affair with his high school sweetheart Anne Sanaa Lathan. Unfortunately, Anne is married to the extremely jealous Chris Dean Cain, a former pro football player who works as a security guard. After a major murder occurs in the community, Matt finds himself the main suspect. With the help of his medical examiner pal Chae John Billingsley, Matt must solve the case before he is found guilty himself. Out of Time premiered at the 2003 Toronto Film Festival.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Michael Hastings
Judging by its box-office receipts, the anonymously titled thriller Out of Time proved that audiences aren't quite ready to see Denzel Washington squirm for the better part of 100 minutes. It's a shame, really, because Carl Franklin's sultry, funny, deeply ironic crime yarn provides the venerable performer with one of his best roles, and gives him the opportunity to play against his cool, collected (and since Training Day, arrogantly menacing) persona. Dave Collard's script mines its twists and turns from the best film noirs of the '40s and grafts them onto a tart marital-reconciliation subplot. It's the kind of material Hitchcock would've relished interpreting, and Franklin proves up to the task, even if he occasionally loses grip on the film's light-but-menacing tone -- particularly in the straight-to-video riverboat climax -- in a way that Hitch would've never allowed. Eva Mendes and the redoubtable Sanaa Lathan make the most of their limited screen time, the former pulling off a strong, sympathetic performance comparable to the one that put Jennifer Lopez on the map five years prior in Out of Sight. It's Washington, however, who holds the film together, never currying easy audience sympathy as he doggedly, sneakily, and (at times) hilariously attempts to cover his tracks.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/1/2011
  • UPC: 883904235217
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Repackaged / Pan & Scan
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 32,928

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Denzel Washington Matt Lee Whitlock
Eva Mendes Alexandra Diaz Cole
Sanaa Lathan Ann Merai Harrison
Dean Cain Chris Harrison
John Billingsley Chae
Tony Dalton Robert Baker
Robert Baker Tony Dalten
Alex Carter Dr. Cabbot
Antoni Corone Deputy Baste
Terry Loughlin Agent Stark
Nora Dunn Dr. Donovan
James Murtaugh Dr. Frieland
Tom Hillmann Robert Guillette
Ed Amatrudo Arson Investigator
Arian Waring Ash Dental Assistant
Jesse B'Franklin Ramona
Evelyn Brooks Judy's Mom
Neil Brown Jr. Morgue Attendant
Parris Buckner Dr. Shider
O.L. Duke Detective Bronze
Elena Maria Garcia Bartender
Sharlene Garcia Sharlene
Suzanne Grant Screaming Woman
Dorothy A. Healy Woman in Lobby
Eric Hissom Hotel Clerk
Veryl E. Jones Agent Fetzer
Ronald J. Madoff Detective
David J. Negron Jr. Sketch Artist
Mike Pniewski Agent White
Steve Raulerson Man Serving Divorce Papers
Peggy Sheffield Judy Anderson
Tim Ware Fire Chief
Technical Credits
Carl Franklin Director
Walter Anderson Sound/Sound Designer
Jesse B'Franklin Producer
Jon Berg Executive Producer
Dave Collard Screenwriter
Sharen Davis Costumes/Costume Designer
Mali Finn Casting
Alex Gartner Executive Producer
Dan Genetti Associate Producer
Greg Hedgepath Sound/Sound Designer
Gary Kosko Art Director
Carole Kravetz-Aykanian Editor
Neal H. Moritz Producer
Paul Peters Production Designer
Kathryn Peters-Cardinale Set Decoration/Design
Kevin Reidy Executive Producer
Graeme Revell Score Composer
Damien Saccani Executive Producer
Barry K. Thomas Asst. Director
Steve Traxler Associate Producer
Theo Van de Sande Cinematographer
Gina White Associate Producer
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This is a must see, buy and watch over and over

    I rented this movie and was jumping from my seat for the two hours and the movie opened up and went on and on...more reveals and it was more action, suspense and off the hook. I returned the rental that day and bought the DVD. Awesome movie. Denzel is on a role.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good but not tanning day

    This is a good movie filled with lots of action sometimes is perdictable Eve Mendes is SMOKEIN hot in this movie and denzel also brought his A game like always Good movie but No tranning day or Remember the titans

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    Posted May 26, 2009

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