By Will Boisvert
June 08, 2007 at 04:00 AM EDT
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  • Movie

Husband-wife FBI agents Savich and Sherlock go to San Francisco to help agent Cheney Stone protect a murdered psychic’s widow from a hitman in Catherine Coulter’s Double Take. The case foggily involves a Vertigo-ish missing woman and her double.

Grisliest Death
Garoting.

Lowdown
Hitchcock it ain’t. Coulter’s campy psychics are a hoot, but disjointed plotlines, sappy banter, and a too-cozy clique of recurring characters make her 11th FBI thriller feel like a soap opera. B-

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  • Movie
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  • PG-13
runtime
  • 88 minutes
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