When TV's Dexter, the serial killer who targets other killers, left the airwaves last fall, he left plenty of room for copycats.
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The fatal flaw of "John Doe" is its focus on ideas, rather than people. The protagonist's victims are so cartoonishly evil they might as well be twirling their mustaches before being shot in the head. John Doe's sanctimonious speeches are equally weightless; only his self-righteous fury registers. In this case, anger speaks louder than words.
"John Doe: Vigilante."
MPAA rating: R for disturbing violent content and for language.
Running time: 1 hour, 33 minutes.
Playing: At Edwards Long Beach Stadium 26;