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Review: Chilling thriller 'Blue Caprice' revisits Beltway sniper case
Review: Chilling thriller 'Blue Caprice' revisits Beltway sniper case

There's nary a wasted word or visual in "Blue Caprice," a superb, slow-boil of a thriller revisiting the case of Beltway snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, who terrorized the nation's capital in fall 2002. (The movie's appearance in theaters the same week as the Washington Navy Yard massacre feels, to say the least, startlingly coincidental.) Directed by Alexandre Moors from a script by R.F.I. Porto, the film — with some creative license — tracks the relationship between the angry, manipulative John (a masterful Isaiah Washington) and the quiet, susceptible Lee (an equally fine Tequan Richmond) and the irrevocable steps that led to their...

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