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Retied FBI agent Terry McCaleb, who has recently had a heart transplant, is asked to investigate the death of his heat-giver. He gradually discovers that the case is related to a series killer. But could the elderly and feeble McCaleb save the day?
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New York Magazine/Vulture
It's mostly a pro forma police procedural spiced by a baroque twist that Eastwood doesn't really know what to do with.
September 26, 2002
Groucho Reviews
This vehicle—the cinematic equivalent of a supermarket paperback—plays like the best-ever episode of Matlock rather than a truly distinguished feature film. [Blu-ray]
June 04, 2012
Sacramento News & Review
The pivotal teaser is a numerical code that baffles experts but gets cracked in one curious gaze by a schoolboy.
August 07, 2008
Common Sense Media
Disappointing, predictable, and graphic.
December 22, 2010
The movie could have used a heart transplant of its own, for its ultimate undoing is its minuscule, phoned-in energy level.
January 07, 2005
Time Out
Typically for Eastwood, there are modest touches to savor.
February 09, 2006
Rolling Stone
It doesn't sound bad...but Bloodwork is bad, oh, lordy, yes, it is.
August 20, 2002