The Watcher

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A detective is urged on by the lunatic he's trying to put behind bars in this crime thriller. Joel Campbell James Spader is a police detective who has recently relocated to Chicago after spending eight frustrating years trying to track down a vicious serial killer who has been terrorizing Los Angeles. However, the slayer, David Allen Griffin Keanu Reeves, doesn't want the game of cat and mouse to end; even though he previously put his murderous activities on hold, Griffin has started murdering young women again ...
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A detective is urged on by the lunatic he's trying to put behind bars in this crime thriller. Joel Campbell James Spader is a police detective who has recently relocated to Chicago after spending eight frustrating years trying to track down a vicious serial killer who has been terrorizing Los Angeles. However, the slayer, David Allen Griffin Keanu Reeves, doesn't want the game of cat and mouse to end; even though he previously put his murderous activities on hold, Griffin has started murdering young women again -- and is sending clues to Campbell, mailing him photos of his intended victims and urging Campbell to save them while he still can. Also starring Marisa Tomei, Ernie Hudson, and Chris Ellis, The Watcher was directed by Joe Charbanic. It marked Charbanic's first feature project after directing videos for a number of alternative rock groups, including Soul Coughing, Sonic Youth, and Reeves' band, Dogstar. The film was produced under the title Driven.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/2010
  • UPC: 025192054679
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Spader Joel Campbell
Marisa Tomei Polly
Keanu Reeves David Allen Griffin
Ernie Hudson Ibby
Chris Ellis Hollis
Robert Cicchini Mitch
Yvonne Niami Lisa
Jennifer McShane Diana
Jenny McShane Diana
Gina Alexander Sharon
Rebakah Louise Smith Ellie
Joe Sikora Skater
Tarri Markel
Technical Credits
Joe Charbanic Director
Jane Alderman Casting
Clay Ayers Screenwriter
Marco Beltrami Score Composer
Maria Rebman Caso Production Designer
Michael Chapman Cinematographer
Patrick D. Choi Executive Producer
Jacob D. Collins Sound/Sound Designer
Brian Eatwell Production Designer
Chris Eberts Producer
David Elliot Original Story, Screenwriter
Elliott Lewitt Producer
Scott Metcalfe Asst. Director
Darcy Meyers Original Story
Nile Niami Producer
Richard Nord Editor
Paul Pompian Executive Producer
Pat Raney Set Decoration/Design
Jeff Rice Producer
Jeff Wallace Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Watcher
1. Main Titles [:37]
2. Profile of a Killer [2:21]
3. The Burnout Case [:12]
5. Pictures In the Mail [5:42]
4. Out of the Past [5:54]
6. Looking For Jane Doe [1:15]
7. Dead By 9 O'Clock [6:47]
8. He's Watching Us... [1:56]
9. Part of the Story [3:08]
10. Another Photo [2:45]
11. The New Patient [5:15]
12. Janes Two [1:44]
13. Where's Jessie? [6:28]
14. Manhunt [4:51]
15. Cop and Killer [1:21]
16. Yin and Yang [:59]
17. Time's Up [1:15]
18. End Titles [2:34]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Watcher
   Chapter List
   Bonus Materials
      Theatrical Trailer
      Production Notes
      Cast and Filmmakers
         James Spader as Jack Campbell
         Marisa Tomei as Polly
         Ernie Hudson as Ibby
         Chris Ellis as Hollis
         Keanu Reeves as David Allen Griffin
         Story By Darcy Meyers and David Elliott
         Screenplay By David Elliot and Clay Ayers
         Directed By Joe Charbanic
      DVD-Rom Features
      DVD Newsletter
      Recommendations
   Languages
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Français
      Captioned For the Hearing Impaired
         English
         Captions: None
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Watcher

    The Watcher stars James Spader, as Chicago Police Detective Joel Campbell, Keanu Reeves stars as David Allen Griffin... a serial killer. Academy award winner Marisa Tomei stars as Polly.

    Joel(Spader)receives a photo of a young intended murder victim, through the mail. Griffin (Keanu Reeves) is the serial killer who seeks Joel's attention by murdering young women. Polly is the doctor that Joel sees for therapy. He tells her about Griffin and seeks to understand why Griffin has chosen him with whom to play this deadly game.

    Griffin's luck changes when he makes the huge mistake of abducting Polly.

    This is a very good movie.
    The Performances are believeable. The visuals are not too graphic and there is a real plot. The scripts is very good. The soundtrack helps to set the mood for mystery and danger. This movie can become an unforgettable favorite of yours. There isn't really graphic sex but the fact that the victims are all female may qualify it as a little sexy...maybe. There is a lot of excitment and emotion. The rest speaks for itself.

    I really like this movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Watch you back! The Watcher may be watching YOU!

    The Watcher is an entertaining and intriguing psychothriller about the troubled lives of a police detective,(played by James Spader) and a serial killer, known as Griffin (played by Keanu Reeves)and how their lives become interwined in a deadly game of cat and mouse.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Excellant

    I think that this movie was great! It was suspenful at times!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2001

    Wow !!!, Keanu is an awesome Villian

    Keaunu Reeves intended on only plating a small part inThe Watcher actually makes the movie work. This is his first role as a villian and he was superb. I think he is going to contnue playing the bad guy, atleast I hope so.

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