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A recounting of Domino Harvey's life story. The daughter of actor Laurence Harvey turned away from her career as a Ford model to become a bounty hunter.


This is the first feature film for Tony Scott since he revolutionized the way people think about subtitles with Man on Fire :D. Also if you're a fan of Donnie Darko and have been looking forward to something by Richard Kelly this is the first movie he's been attached to since DD as writer. I'm happy to see Lucy Liu, Delroy Lindo and Christopher Walken in it. Also wondering why Brian Austin Green and Ian Ziering from 90210 are in it.



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Wow Domino Harvey has died RIP



Former supermodel-turned-bounty hunter Domino Harvey was found dead in a bathtub in her West Hollywood home on Monday night. She was 35. The daughter of late English actor Laurence Harvey - who starred in the original 1962 The Manchurian Candidate - and model Paulene Stone, was facing a possible life jail sentence over drug charges filed last year. Domino quit modeling 12 years ago to capture fugitives and criminals who had jumped bail. Police Lieutenant Don Mauldin says, "We got a call at 10:30 last night, saying that possibly a person had drowned in a bathtub. A friend or relative had called 911 from the house for paramedics. She was found in the bathtub." Mauldin denied rumors a gun was involved in the demise, saying, "If it was a gunshot wound or a suicide, then we would have sent investigators to the scene - that did not happen." The Los Angeles coroner is set to perform toxicology tests to see if drugs were involved. Domino's life story has recently been the subject of Keira Knightley's new movie Domino, which is scheduled to hit cinema screens in the UK in August, although it may now be delayed to incorporate the former model's death into the storyline.

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Well I can't really recommend this one. I found parts of the movie really entertaining but as a whole it was deeply flawed. The direction may get a little annoying, the story is confusing, uneven and there are too many characters. Mickey Rourke was great again, Knightley was hot and really good in the role but unless you're a big fan of Man on Fire or of Knightley or Rourke's you probably won't enjoy this one all that much.

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