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Cinema Review: Waiter! There’s a rat in my film

Kevin Costner does a John Travolta turnaround in his blackly comic new thriller, reinventing himself from faded former star into a compelling, multifaceted lead. It’s some trick. Mr Brooks,

13th October, 2007

Kevin Costner does a John Travolta turnaround in his blackly comic new thriller, reinventing himself from faded former star into a compelling, multifaceted lead. It’s some trick. Mr Brooks,

Costner had become the embodiment of American Man: proud, righteous and well-pressed. Here, as a successful businessman who likes to get his kicks from stalking and killing people - and hates himself for it - he plays insecure, threatening and forensically neat.

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