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Don't Let Go

After his niece (Storm Reid), with whom he shared a close relationship, is murdered, a police detective (David Oyelowo) is startled to receive a series of phone calls from her. Eventually piecing together the fact that she is communicating with him from a different time period -- two weeks before her death -- he works with her to prevent the fatal crime from ever taking place. Initially intriguing but ultimately illogical, director and co-writer Jacob Estes' thriller becomes unmanageably complex, confusing and implausible. While underlying values are sound, bloody images and vulgar talk suggest an older audience.

Watch out for: Considerable violence and gore, a narcotics theme, a couple of mild oaths, a few rough and several crass terms.

Rated: A-III, adults; MPAA: R

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