Conspiracy (2008 film)

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Conspiracy
Directed by Adam Marcus
Written by Adam Marcus
Debra Sullivan
Starring Val Kilmer
Gary Cole
Jennifer Esposito
Jay Jablonski
Greg Serano
Release date(s) March 18, 2008
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Conspiracy is a 2008 action/drama film released direct-to-video on March 18, 2008. The film is influenced by the classic western film noir thriller Bad Day at Black Rock (1955),[1] which itself was an adaptation of a short story "Bad Time at Honda" by Howard Breslin.

While Bad Day at Black Rock tells the story of wounded WWII vet John J. MacReedy, Conspiracy revolves around William "Spooky" Macpherson, a disabled special operations marine wounded during combat operations in Iraq. When MacPherson decides to visit a friend on a ranch in the southwest, he discovers that his friend has disappeared, and no one will acknowledge that he ever lived there.

The film is directed by Adam Marcus and stars Val Kilmer and Jennifer Esposito. It was filmed in Galisteo, New Mexico.[2]

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Val Kilmer MacPherson
Gary Cole Rhodes
Jennifer Esposito Joanna
Jay Jablonski Deputy Foster
Greg Serano Miguel Silva
Stacy Marie Warden Carly
Christopher Gehrman E. B.
Bob Rumnock Sheriff Bock

Reception[edit]

The movie received overwhelmingly negative reviews. Richard Roeper wrote, "It's beyond dreadful. It's jaw-droppingly bad."[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pop Culture 101: Bad Day at Black Rock, Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 25-11-2010.
  2. ^ "Internet Movie Database - List of Films shot in Galisteo, New Mexico". Retrieved 2008-03-23. 
  3. ^ Flixster. Retrieved 25-11-2010.

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