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Image and video hosting by TinyPic Cast: Kent Faulcon, Denise Boutte, Eric Roberts, Jason Graham, Angelo Pagan, Esther Scott, David Jean Thomas

Director: Kent Faulcon

Genre: Thriller

Year: 2010

Rating: R

A hitman (Kent Faulcon, who also directs and writes the script) runs into an occupational hazard when he gets too attached to his subject, a teacher (Denise Boutté) who mistakes him for the brother she hasn't seen in years. Now, he can't bear the thought of killing her, but he's dying to know who wants her dead. Eric Roberts co-stars as the guy who's calling the shots -- and the one who could hold the key to the mystery.

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Sister's Keeper is one of Independent thrillers that rises above it's budget, there are a few reasons for that in this case. One being the cast, Denise Boutte and Kent Faulcon both give realistic performances and they have great chemistry together as well which gives the film a believable feel. Eric Roberts has a relatively small role in the film but when he is on screen he is his usual self which is always great. The rest of the supporting cast all did a fine job as well. The film looks good production wise and Director, Kent Faulcon as u might of noticed by now also stars in the film does a great job at keeping the plot and film itself moving a nice pace. The story also has several twists and turn a long the way to keep you interested and the end was pretty exciting as well. As far as the story goes it isn't the most original but it's execution is well done. One thing I think the film could of used was a little better editing, it would of benefited by trimming off maybe 10 minutes or so but that is a minor flaw considering the over-all film is pretty entertaining. As for what happens you are going to have to pick up Sister's Keeper and find out for yourself but I can say it's a worth-while watch that I enjoyed sitting through. There's a lot to like here and I look forward to seeing what Faulcon comes up with next.

Released by MTI Home Video

*** 1/2 Out Of *****