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Black Moon Rising

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FBI hire a skillful thief to steal a data tape from a company. They will take this tape and analysis to prove this company has illegal activities. When this thief finds out the tape and hides it inside a prototype car. However, there is someone else interrupts him.
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eFilmCritic.com
Entirely forgettable car chase flick.
July 31, 2002
Spirituality and Practice
It took three screenplay writers to concoct this rather unamazing action-thriller about cars, thieves, and dirty tricks.
August 25, 2004
Time Out
It all gets off to a cracking start, only to dwindle very rapidly into thin and predictable variations on the formulaic ploys.
June 24, 2006
Chicago Reader
Cokliss's direction strains for a stylishness it doesn't achieve, yet his fundamentally straightforward style brings out the abstract design of the plot.
January 01, 2000
Suite101.com
One long, fuel economy-eroding idle before a mildly interesting vehicle stunt. For all its potential, "Black Moon Rising" only proves history's deep, dark cracks are there for a reason and some movies are fated to fall into them at 325 miles an hour.
February 29, 2016