Joe Mondragon, a veteran cop who gets things done, forms an unlikely partnership with Samantha Baines. She is attached to Police Intelligence Division and feels more comfortable handling a computer than a gun. Samantha's computer skills are needed to help hack into and track two serial killers who get their victims from Internet Chat Rooms. The plan goes horribly wrong and in a fire fight between Samantha and Joe, and the two killers, Joe is killed when Samantha is unable to make herself fire her weapon at the two serial killers. Samantha feels guilty and responsible. With the help of her new friend Mimi, and the Head of Homicide, Samantha reinvents herself and avenges Joe after a relentless chase of the killers.
Writer:Robert Nagy (screenplay), William Penson (story)
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Robert B (ca) wrote: Liberal Arts conveys the indie spirit, if not its charm. The acting is fine, but the delivery is a bit off as is the plotting. If you are looking for your typical Hollywood romantic comedy then you should probably give Liberal Arts a pass. If you are a sympathetic fan of indie films then you'll mostly likely find Liberal Arts to be just fine as it is.
Jeffrow R (gb) wrote: I honestly expected a lot more out of a movie with the pair team of Ferrell/Galifianakis. There's a few really funny parts of the movie, but they're surrounded by about an hour of, at best, mediocre comedy.
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Akhil A (fr) wrote: The long tedious journey ends well..! worth a watch
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