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Current Rating: 4.17

Current Rating: 4.17

based on 1500 votes and 13 reviews

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  • it is my most favorite movie. I can watch this movie over and over again...It give you a good ideal how serious the meth is...It gave me a whole new look at it......Got to go see it if you have not seen it yet.....
  • one of the best stories ive seen in long time
  • Great movie...great movie
  • I really liked this film because it gave me the opportunity to see Vincent D`Onofrio undergo one of the most impressive transformations I`ve ever seen. I almost didn`t recognize him at first until I saw those gorgeous brown eyes of his and istantly knew. I was quite shocked!
  • I thought "The Salton Sea" was an excellent movie. Showing a much more real view of the drug life. It was a very haunting,compelling movie that deserved to be released to more theatres then it was ever given. Mr. Kilmer`s performance was so heart-wrenching, and he also deserved an Oscar.
  • A thriller with an edge -- which is to say that it doesn`t follow the stale, standard, connect-the-dots storyline which has become commonplace in movies that explore the seamy underbelly of the criminal world." -- James Berardinelli, JAMES BERARDINELLI`S REELVIEWS
  • A very dark and interesting film. A mix of the films MOMENTO and TRAINSPOTTING. A great night at the movies!!!
  • just awesome! one of the best films I`ve seen this year!! you need a brain to like it/understand it!
  • A twisted film that provides, dark humor, mystery & captivating performances. BY: The movie bandit
  • Predictable but intersting!

The Salton Sea

Genre:  Thriller
Running Time:  103 min.
Release Date: May 17, 2002
DVD: September 10, 2002

Current rating: Rating: 4.17
based on 1500 votes and 13 reviews
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Cast: Val Kilmer, Vincent D'Onofrio, Doug Hutchison, Peter Sarsgaard, Deborah Kara Unger, Anthony LaPaglia, Adam Goldberg, Meat Loaf, Danny Trejo, Shalom Harlow, Luis Guzmán