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PG-13 2007 1h 45m Mystery & Thriller List
5% Tomatometer 38 Reviews 51% Audience Score 5,000+ Ratings
When seminary student Kevin Parson (Marc Blucas) becomes the target of a maniacal killer, he turns to a police psychologist for help. The psychologist has a special interest in the case, since her brother was one of his victims. Together the duo attempts to unravel the madman's clues before he strikes again. Read More Read Less

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Thr3e is a shoddily made, thrill-free thriller that isn't half as good as the several movies it borrows from (Adaptation, Saw, Se7en).

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J. R. Jones Chicago Reader The vile sadism of the Saw movies has been replaced by decorative references to Saint Augustine and Immanuel Kant, and there's a beautiful but brainy police profiler (Justine Waddell) on hand to dispense a thick layer of psychobabble. Dec 3, 2007 Full Review Joe Leydon Variety There's precious little in the way of clammy tension or mounting apprehension as Thr3e plods toward a climax that is startlingly absurd, yet not entirely illogical. Jan 5, 2007 Full Review Frank Scheck Hollywood Reporter Ultimately Three, for all its philosophizing, is little more than a standard serial-killer movie with pretensions. Jan 5, 2007 Full Review Micheal Compton Bowling Green Daily News Better than most January releases, the time of year when studios throw their junk at unsuspecting moviegoers, but it still isn't anything that will be remembered by the time 2008 rolls around. Nov 20, 2019 Full Review Kevin Carr 7M Pictures about half-way through the film, I started to get a sinking feeling that this was leading to a giant cliche Rated: 2/5 May 18, 2007 Full Review Jim Lane Sacramento News & Review ...a mix of earnest uncertainty and shameless over-the-top hamminess. Rated: 2/5 Jan 11, 2007 Full Review Read all reviews

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Kevin M Considering that the premise of the entire film is completely impossible, none of this works, starting the second you hit play. The "killer ending" is not a real mental disorder, has never been recorded as a mental disorder, is not even possible as a mental disorder even if it were made up by someone, and is far, far different from multiple personalities (Dissociative Identity Disorder). The whole "psychiatric disturbance" premise doesn't work at all simply because it doesn't follow real-world rules, or even movie rules. The "motive" behind it all is lunacy (not in the way the film means), and completely impossible and illogical. This is simply not how even the most disturbingly severe cases of Dissociative Identity Disorder work. They do not hallucinate every personality throughout life, contrary to what the fictitious A Beautiful Mind might have you believe. The disorder itself is represented here in a form that is so astronomically severe and unrestrainedly pathological that it's just...lame as hell. I can't like a film that takes the disorder and turns it into a fictitious, nonsensical drama because it makes for a ludicrous premise that flies out of reality and into some other realm where even movie logic is bent, as at least there's *some* accuracy in disorders sometimes when represented on-screen. Writers love their multiple personality nonsense despite apparently knowing absolutely nothing about it whatsoever, and the way it's done here sucks. Don't bother; the ending ruins anything the movie might have done right before it so it's just extraordinarily stupid. It borrowers FILMS like SAW, ADAPTATION & SE7EN which that's unacceptable it has to be films that are NOT borrowed and BTW the character name Kevin it makes me disappointed and frustrated because that is actually my first name. It is definitely a no rating out of 10, don't watch this, don't buy this and if you buy it for like $1 I think you can let that slide its just a dollar it wouldn't not frustrate your money, one dollar nothing to $5 which what a good comparison. On the DVD version which it will not have a blu-ray release it has no special features, not even deleted scenes, bloopers, behind the scenes, featurettes, short documentaries just none of the features of the dvd. Not even a unrated version to make it more entertaining. What a piece of s__t! Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 12/02/23 Full Review Joshua Y I procrastinated after watching partway through and did chores Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 06/12/23 Full Review Audience Member Full one star as there was a little twist to the ending. Story was lacking and not enough to keep any real interest. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/24/23 Full Review Audience Member I watched this on January 3rd. I had more fun turning the movie off 3/4 through and putting the Christmas tree away. This highschool play shouldn't have made it to video Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/05/23 Full Review Audience Member Boring and forgettable and cliche. Also there were several plot holes that bugged me. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member A plot you can easily get lost in, but you can't lose the melodrama or the cheesiness. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Read all reviews

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Synopsis When seminary student Kevin Parson (Marc Blucas) becomes the target of a maniacal killer, he turns to a police psychologist for help. The psychologist has a special interest in the case, since her brother was one of his victims. Together the duo attempts to unravel the madman's clues before he strikes again.
Robby Henson
Joe Goodman, Bobby Neutz, Ralph Winter
Alan B. McElroy
Production Co
Namesake Entertainment, Total Living Network, Movieroom
PG-13 (Terror|Disturbing Images|Violence)
Mystery & Thriller
Original Language
Release Date (DVD)
Apr 24, 2007
Box Office (Gross USA)
1h 45m