Identity

Theatrical Release: April 25, 2003
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Synopsis

In a metaphysical thriller, 10 strangers get caught in a massive rainstorm while en route to different destinations and end up finding shelter at a remote desert motel. The gathering includes a limo driver (John Cusack), a cop (Ray Liotta), a prostitute (Amanda Peet), an aging TV actress (Rebecca DeMornay), bickering newlyweds (William Lee Scott and Clea DuVall), a prisoner (Jake Busey), and a family (John McGinley, Leila Kenzle and Bret Loehr). That night they live a nightmare as they are stalked by a killer who is murdering them one by one. They come to the frightening realization that their arrival at the hotel was no mere coincidence; they were drawn to the hotel by an evil, sadistic force. Most of them panic, but they must work together to find a way of escape from this unimaginable evil.

Dove Review

The film is filled with gruesome scenes and numerous profanities, crudities and obscenities. Identity’s MPAA rating of R for strong violence and language is well deserved.

Content Description

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Genre: Suspense
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Troy Dandrea