Based on an Exit Polling of 101 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
|13-19||Teens (M/F)||19||Fairly High||89%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||11||About 50/50||73%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||18||Fairly High||100%|
|30+||Adults (M)||25||Fairly High||89%|
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|Certainly not the highest opinions I've seen, but they're not bad. A little more than half the moviegoers rated it pretty high. Most of the remaining half rated it at least "Good" to "Fair." I would say your chances of enjoying this movie are fairly high, but your chances of loving it are somewhat lower.|
Officer Sharon Pogue (Jennifer Lopez) is an excellent cop. Assigned to a high-crime district in the South Side of Chicago, her job puts her into danger on a daily basis — arresting drug
dealers, confronting armed criminals, breaking up fights. The intense anger that
shows through her professional exterior in the face of such volatile situations leads her
partner and friend Robby (Terrence Howard) to suspect she was well-acquainted with violence long before she ever put on a uniform. But it's not something she chooses to talk about.|
Sharon's dedication to her job does little to compensate for the fact that she has no personal life. She has been estranged from her family for many years. Disconnected from them and from life in general, Sharon fills her days with work and her nights with her private regrets.
Somewhere in the same neighborhood a man who goes by the name of Catch is living his own half-life. A strange, haunted soul who sleeps in an empty apartment, he spends his days dispensing little gifts of goodwill to anyone in need. If it starts to rain and he notices a car window open, Catch will roll it up; if a stranger passes by, Catch will offer a smile. Twice a week he delivers groceries to a disabled woman named Elanora Davis
(Shirley Knight). He and Elanora exchange the same light banter every time he stops by but she has learned not to ask him the kinds of questions he doesn't want to answer.
To most people who encounter him, Catch is an odd but harmless figure. To some, he appears dangerous, suspicious.. .they wonder what he is up to. But Catch is indifferent to the reactions he elicits. He moves through the landscape in a kind of existential
daze, performing his services automatically as though this is the only thing he was meant to do. Yet he seems to derive no real pleasure from it.
Like Sharon, Catch has no personal life. One night fate brings them together.
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