Synopsis: On a remote island, the FBI has a training program for their psychological profiling division, called "Mindhunters", used to track down serial killers. The training goes horribly wrong, however, when a group of seven young agents discover that one of them is a serial killer, and is setting about slaying the others. Can the few that are left figure out who the killer is in time?
Genre: Crime, Horror, Mystery
Director(s): Renny Harlin
Production: Miramax
  4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min

just out of lit class at GMU.

Please note the Jimmy Joyce

in my Kate Spade.

My parents are loaded

as per my expensive ensemble.

And that "J"... Where is it?

On my key ring...

means I'm either a Jill

or a Jennifer.

Those being the favorite "J"

names of Beltway parents

circa 1981.

I like to hang with my friends

and have a good time,

but I'm really just a mature

woman looking for a mature man.

And I recently quit smoking.

Why do you say that?

You see the way she keeps eyeing

the guy next to her?

It's not him.

It's his cigarette.

Spoken like a woman who knows.

How long has it been, Nicole?

3 days?

The lovely Nicole

and her personal demons.

I'm surprised there's enough

room at the table for all of us.

Take me 5 minutes

to get her number.

Take me 2.

- You're on.

- Money's coming out.


- $20 works.

- Whoo!

Whoa, big money.

Hi. I think I know you,

don't I?

You're, um, uh...

Jill, right?


Jen, Jen. Yes.

Yes, Jen, of course.

Okay, obviously

you don't remember me.

My name's Bobby.

Bobby Whitman.

Rafe, you're up.



Black suit, blond hair,


I'm the sophisticated type

on the prowl for pretty,

young things.

Preferably blond.

Preferably a cheerleader

with great big...

Oh, you've got to be kidding me.


Right about the blond.

You're on fire.

You're projecting.

I don't know. It was 2 seconds

at a lecture last semester.

GMU Lit Department, right?

The Moody lecture?

Yeah, yeah, Moody.

Heck of a writer.


I'm actually not even

a student myself.


I work in finance.

Oh. Finance?

- Oh! Right. Bobby.

- Yeah.

- Hi. How are you?

- Hi. I'm good.

He's got 15 seconds.

Thank you.

Lucas, looks like tonight

wasn't your night.

I know her. Her name's Jen.

I told her to play along.

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