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The Hunted (2003)

So I watched this movie since I took the day off from work and have been at home relaxing. It is very much in the line with “The Fugitive,” which is one of Tommy Lee Jones’ most classic performances. It appears to me that he will forever get tagged for this type of a role. I don’t mind because I really do enjoy him playing this role, I mean he’s really good at it.

In this film, he is hunting Benicio Del Toro, a former special ops military student of his. Del Toro is simultaneously being hunted by law enforcement and some secret organization who basically wants to make him disappear. The only person who appears to have success finding him is Tommy Lee Jones because he’s the guy who actually trained him.

It is an action packed film and I definitely enjoyed it. It will leave you with some unanswered questions, but that’s not surprising, they were all over the place with some stuff. But despite that, it’s still worth it and a great watch.

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