Dark Mysteries of the Human Heart
Release Date: January 05, 2007
Starring: Marc Blucas, Laura Jordan,
Justine Waddell, Max Ryan,
Priscilla Barnes, Tom Bower,
Bill Moseley, Jeff Hollis, and
Audience: Teenagers and adults
Runtime: 105 minutes
Distributor: 20th Century Fox
Director: Robby Henson
Executive Producer: Marek Sledziewski, Max Ryan,
Jerry Rose, and Wotjek
Producer: Joe Goodman and Bobby Neutz
Writer: Alan McElroy
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Rated PG, the movie begins with a female police detective, Jennifer, trying to save her brother from a mad bomber nicknamed the Riddle Killer. She fails and injures her hands in the explosion.
The killer's next victim is a seminary student named Kevin Parson. Kevin barely escapes a bomb planted in his car. On a tape recorder, the killer demands that Kevin confess, but confess to what?
As the killer continues to stalk Kevin and his childhood friend, Samantha, the movie reveals that Kevin was raised by his mentally unstable aunt. Also, as children, Samantha and he were stalked by an unknown juvenile delinquent, who Kevin thought he had left for dead in an abandoned warehouse, but who may be the killer.
THR3E has some nice twists and turns, once it gets going. The movie has several striking psychological, moral and spiritual themes mixed together in an intriguing way. Ultimately, the story is about the dark mysteries of the human heart. These mysteries can only be truly healed by the power of God, the movie suggests. Though shot well, the movie's acting is a bit uneven. The movie has, however, a strong Christian worldview, including Bible quotes such as, "The wages of sin is death." There is no sex, nudity or foul language, but there is mature content and some scary violence, so MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for older children.
Once it gets going, THR3E has some nice twists and turns. Though shot well, the acting is uneven. The movie has a strong Christian worldview with Bible quotes such as, "The wages of sin is death." There is no sex, nudity or foul language, but there is some scary violence, so MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for older children.