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Old 03-06-2014, 06:31 PM   #1
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Old 03-07-2014, 12:56 AM   #2
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I've heard nothing but good things about this movie. I guess I'll have to check it out, even though I can't stand Elijah.
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I've heard nothing but good things about this movie. I guess I'll have to check it out, even though I can't stand Elijah.
Allow me to be the first to tell you something bad. This was a terrible movie. Not worth the time. Good luck with it.
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Old 03-07-2014, 01:15 AM   #4
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Allow me to be the first to tell you something bad. This was a terrible movie. Not worth the time. Good luck with it.
I appreciate the advance warning, lol.
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Probably going to order this from OnDemand tonight, It looks like a ton of fun.
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I enjoyed it a lot more than i thought i would
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I'm considering a blind buy with this one but i can't make up my mind.
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It was just about watchable, but extremely silly.
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The main site's review is extremely harsh in regard to film itself. While, of course, every writer is entitled to his or her opinion, I hope it does not dissuade people from giving this small film a chance. It is a fun, tightly wound, and extremely well-shot suspense film in the spirit of vintage Brian De Palma.
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Old 05-23-2014, 03:33 AM   #10
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I just found out about this and I am totally excited. Sure the Amazon reviews are not so great, but every library in town has a long waiting list for this title. It must have something worth watching.
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The main site's review is extremely harsh in regard to film itself. While, of course, every writer is entitled to his or her opinion, I hope it does not dissuade people from giving this small film a chance. It is a fun, tightly wound, and extremely well-shot suspense film in the spirit of vintage Brian De Palma.
I don't think I enjoyed it quite as much as you, but I agree it was very De Palmaesque, which was neat.

It's definitely worth a watch for those curious about it.
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Region 'A' locked?
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Old 05-29-2014, 11:59 AM   #13
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I watched this last night. Interesting flick.
[Show spoiler]The ending was very weird, could have gone on for another 30 minutes IMO. Also, the end credits music, very cool that they picked that piece!


ETA: After watching this again, I do have to say the music is very well done. A critic might say differently, but I enjoyed it a lot.

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It was just about watchable, but extremely silly.
Sounds like my kind of Cusack film.
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This worked out being a good blind buy for me. I enjoyed it very much!
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Really enjoyed this. Basically like Phone Booth, but still quite tense. I also thought the site review was being a bit harsh, it was a good thriller with fantastic cinematography.

That split-screen shot halfway in was amazing.
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It tries hard to be a Brian DePalma film, but the sense of style isn't on the same level. What is annoying that there are so many things that happen in the film no audience for a classical concert would put up with. It bears no relationship to the reality of what it pretends to be about.
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Just finished watching this, well 2 things:

1 Disappointed that this 90 minute movie included 12mins of end credits

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[Show spoiler]How the fork did Elijah Wood survive that fall and just say "ouch my leg" and be all walking around and shite straight after?


Absurd
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1 Disappointed that this 90 minute movie included 12mins of end credits
This is a thing I've seen quite a bit these days: slow credits to cover up a short running time.
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