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Fast Color

Fast Color is a movie starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Strathairn, and Lorraine Toussaint. After years in hiding, a woman is forced to go on the run when her superhuman abilities are discovered. Years after having abandoned her...

Other Titles
Poderes extraordinários, Fast Colour
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Thriller, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director
Julia Hart
Writer
Jordan Horowitz, Julia Hart
Actors
Christopher Denham, David Strathairn, Lorraine Toussaint, Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

After years in hiding, a woman is forced to go on the run when her superhuman abilities are discovered. Years after having abandoned her family, the only place she has left to hide is home.

Comments about thriller «Fast Color» (22)

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Emma Daniels

a movie about a science teacher that gets trapped in an underground subway and becomes a witness to a murder. a thriller where the viewer never knows who is on who's side. if you like drama,sci-fi,crime,war movies,a documentary movie,look no further. a great cast.a great soundtrack.a fantastic setting. a good script. and a great director,and of course.a well-told story,which makes the viewer happy and is still gripping even when the credits have started to roll. one thing for sure,the end makes it so exciting.another thing is that it is very very very great. what else can you ask from a film? a great story.a great cast.a great soundtrack.a great director.and of course.a great film.it is a must watch!

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Christian M.

When I first read about this film, I wasn't really impressed with the concept. However, after watching it, I was not disappointed. After the credits rolled, I was a little disappointed because the focus was lost on just the production of the film. But I can see that it is a very ambitious film. It shows the way life would be if there were no manmade activities or systems. But it also shows the way things would be if there were natural forces. The camera angles are very natural and the use of a natural light system really makes you feel the time period. The movie also is in English with subtitles. I really liked the English dubbing, and it really helps in understanding the plot and character's thoughts. The acting was done very well. I liked the performances of Michael Shannon, James Cromwell, Paul Dano, Robert Patrick, and others. They really give a strong performance. But I didn't like Tom Cruise as much as I thought I would. The actor is very strong and powerful. But when he did his performance, I felt like I was watching a very weak Cruise. I think the film did a good job showing what people could go through in their lives if they did not have the ability to control their own body. I believe that it was a very good film. It really showed the way people's life would be if they were not able to control their own body.

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Stephen H.

Like "Black Swan" I had a very similar reaction to this movie. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. This movie is not at all what I expected. It is much better than what I was expecting. I was expecting an action packed movie, which it is not. But I have been waiting for this movie for a long time. I was not disappointed. I will be watching this movie again very soon. The plot and storyline are well written. The cast of the movie was great. There was no wasted time in the movie. The acting was very well done. Some of the people in the movie were very convincing. The production of the movie was very good. The scenes were very well done. There were no big set pieces that could be ignored. The movie will not be an instant classic, but it is a good movie and worth seeing. I can definitely say that this is one of the best movies I have seen in years. In fact I already watched it a second time. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Joe M.

*SPOILERS* I am no movie fan and have only seen three different "Star Trek" movies, but this was the first movie I had seen in the last decade. This was the first movie that had made me go "WHAAAAAT?" on a picture. Like everyone else, I went into this movie with very low expectations. The movie starts with Kirk and Spock's house on an alien planet. They have to save the planet from destruction by a Romulan spaceship. The ship flies off, and the two boys run to a planet. It is full of bad guys. They are bad and evil, but they are not evil. This planet is ruled by the brutal leader, who doesn't like to be ruled. The two boys are the only ones who see his flaws. The movie is very violent and funny at the same time. It was a lot better than I thought it would be. The plot is great and the cast is great. No one is like a bad guy. One of the main problems with most modern sci-fi movies is that they are all so unrealistic. So, what would you expect from a Star Trek movie? One of them is more like this than the others. A movie that can show that even with a bad guy, there is still hope. It's not "Man of Steel". The actors are very good. Matt McCoy is a bad guy, but he is not a bad guy like most other sci-fi movies. He is actually a great guy. Spock has a lot of jokes and he actually has a "heart" for the planet. John Cho was great as the bad guy. He is actually really scary. The special effects are amazing. I didn't notice any bugs or glitches in this movie. The only thing that was distracting was how Kirk's hair was moving. My wife and I were very happy with how the movie ended. I think that the only people who didn't like this movie were the people who didn't like the previous ones. People have said that the movie was a let down and "boring". I would have to agree. I think that the people who didn't like this movie did. The only reason I can think of why they didn't like this movie is because of the Star Trek cast. People who disliked the last movie in the series, because they didn't like the actors. There are people who don't like this movie because they don't like the actors. It is the same reason that the Academy didn't give "American Beauty" a best picture nomination. This movie was one of the first big screen movies I saw in a long time. It was very well made. I can't wait to see it again. If you liked the other Star Trek movies, I think you will like this one.

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Randy

If you love the horror genre, then this movie will give you the creeps. The film was very well done, but at the same time, I couldn't help but be sucked into the story and the mystery. The movie was very suspenseful, and it was very moving. I have heard that it was not a true story, but that I could not tell if the characters were true to their characters, and what the story line was trying to tell. Overall, it was a very good movie.

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Doris

Back in 1973, legendary science-fiction novelist Philip K. Dick described Blade Runner as "the future of science fiction". If I recall correctly, he said that Blade Runner was the first realistic vision of a future world. How many films have followed suit, with the science-fiction theme becoming the central focus, along with the (imperfect) portrayal of the human race. In recent years, much has been made of the philosophy and content of The Matrix. With Blade Runner, it is less about the metaphysics of time travel and more about the philosophical implications of a futuristic society. To appreciate this film, the viewer must first understand a bit about Blade Runner. Written in 1973, this book was called 'The Source'. The source of the book was the renowned science-fiction writer Philip K. Dick. Philip wrote 'The Cry of Slumber' in 1978, a year before he died, and wrote 'The Source', his final novel. This was his masterpiece, the ultimate statement of his thought on the future. Though this novel is somewhat different to the later works of the film, this is not the point of this review. The point of this review is not to discuss the philosophy of the film, or the philosophical content, but rather the philosophical implications. The purpose of this review is to educate those who have not seen the film, or who have not read the novel, on what the film is about, and the philosophy of the film. To do this, I will quote from the novel. "The future is an ocean of pills, where the shoreline is known only by the name on the box." -G. E. "Mort" Preisler. (The Source). What was the movie about? Well, the movie is about a future world, where people are divided into two groups, The 'tribal' and The 'industrial'. It is a world in which the first group is allowed to live in peace, while the second group is experimented on. Both groups are free to do as they please, but are not allowed to travel outside of their world, because of the technology that exists in this world. The idea that the future is an ocean of pills is referenced several times in the film. For example, a man is in his car, and the vehicle breaks down. He immediately goes out of his car, and drives to the nearest campground, where he goes to a restaurant, and eats a steak. After a short while, he returns to the car, and gets out. The car breaks down, and the man drives off. He then uses a rope, and attempts to hitch a ride to a campground, but is soon attacked by a group of armed men, and is forced to climb a rope from the roof of a building to reach a campground. As he climbs to the roof of the building, the roof drops, and he falls out of the window of the building. The man is then seen to be on the other side of the building, with a group of men, who are doing a search for him. As he is dropped off by the police, he is seen to be on the other side of the building, with a group of men, who are doing a search for him. These occurrences are not to be taken as anything other than metaphorical, or allegorical, and are to be seen in the context of the philosophical themes presented in the novel. The themes of the film are the philosophical, and political implications of this future world, and

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Barbara G.

The film was well made. The acting was convincing and the script and cinematography were excellent. It is a much needed departure from a sci-fi or action flick. I recommend this film to anyone who loves a good suspense thriller.

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Grace Schneider

It's a shocking movie with an interesting premise, and the performances of all the cast members are fantastic. The story revolves around a group of people working on an underground weapons lab. But a few people are going too deep, and they want to see if it's possible to take that liquid from the surface, so they have to test it. They also want to test the effects of the liquid on humans. There is a somewhat awkward and confusing beginning, but as the story moves along, and it's all about the effects on the people, you will feel rather sorry for all the people involved. I had a few problems with this movie, mainly, the story is not as clear as it could have been. But other than that, the story is pretty good. It has a different feel to it than many of the recent movies that have been made, and that is probably a good thing. I do think it is a little too slow at some points, but that can be seen in the acting and the writing. Also, the story is not very original. In fact, I had some trouble figuring out the purpose of some of the characters, and I think that is because of the bad writing. But I think the story is still very good. This is not a movie that I would want to sit down and watch again. But if you're in the mood for something different, you should probably give it a try. 8/10

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Brandon E.

Having seen "Red Dragon", "Ilsa" and "Saw", I thought "High Fidelity" would be a difficult film to pass up. In fact, I actually watched it twice. I had been skeptical that the movie could live up to the promises of the "Seven" films, and I was correct. While I still feel that "High Fidelity" is flawed and uninspired, I think that many critics missed the point. The movie is a study in ego, personal delusion, and guilt. One of the most interesting characters is Henry, played by Robert Downey Jr. In a way, he is the embodiment of the "shallow" lover, that people talk about when they describe a scene in a movie. In one scene, Henry lies to his wife by telling her that she has failed him. While this is a moment of shallow self-preservation, it is more than just a moment of weakness and self-pity. It is also a moment of "revenge." Henry believes that he has been cheated of, but he does not realize that he has been cheated on by his wife, Linda, played by Halle Berry. While Henry is not fully aware of the actions of his wife, it seems that he blames her for everything that has happened to him. This could be the case because Henry has been telling her he has feelings for her. She is the one who has betrayed him, and he feels guilty. He feels like the only person in the world who has been damaged, and he is being punished for it. It is clear that Henry is hurt by the actions of Linda, and he blames himself for Linda's actions. The feeling of being hurt is amplified by the fact that he has been repeatedly betrayed by his wife. The scene in the movie that really hits home is when Henry lies to his wife by telling her that he has been denied a promotion. This is where the movie makes its point. Henry feels the pain of being cheated out of his career, and he blames his wife for his pain. He feels like he has been rejected, and he feels like he has been hurt and abandoned. In the end, he is not angry or hurt at Linda, but rather he is angry and hurt because he is unable to love his wife. By the end of the movie, the audience will have come to an understanding of the message of the movie, and this will make the film more enjoyable. I will say that the end of the movie is extremely "derivative". The only similarity between the ending of "High Fidelity" and the ending of "Saw" is the movie's title. This scene is most like the final scene of "Saw" because it is a projection of Henry's "fault". The audience will know that it is the fault of Henry. So, the movie will end with an ending that will make it more enjoyable. While I will not say that "High Fidelity" is "daring" in the extreme, it is very clever and is very original. It is a great movie. It is the kind of movie that will remain with you for a long time.

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Brittany Armstrong

In the trailer, the audience would think that the movie would be a straight up buddy-cop action thriller. The movie starts off slowly. The movie starts off slow. It's slow as you would expect. The first half hour of the movie is the dullest. There are no memorable scenes. The first act was kind of slow. The movie just doesn't build up the tension. The second act picks up and the movie starts to pick up. The second act was more action packed. This was the most intense scene of the movie. The action was better than any movie I have ever seen. The director (I hope to see this person in other films) did a great job in showing the action and making the action scenes intense. I would recommend this movie to anybody who likes to watch movies with cool explosions, good acting, and great action scenes.

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Zachary

This film will stick with you. It is about a life of an average teenager. Many will think this is a nice story of a normal teenager. But it is not. It is about a few normal teenagers dealing with a catastrophe that will come. The whole film is very quiet. You don't really feel it. It doesn't change the atmosphere of the film very much. The problem is that the director has this slow pace. The cast is great and it is very well done. The actors work together very well and they all do a good job. The director is pretty good but it seems that he is making it for a different audience. He wants to tell his audience a story and it seems that the audience he is trying to get isn't really interested in what he is telling them. It is hard to get the audience that is interested in the story he is telling. I think this is one of the reasons why this film wasn't as good as the first one. It seems like the first one was more personal and had more of a story and a pace to it. Overall, I recommend it, but I don't recommend it as much as the first one. And I still think it is a great film. 8/10

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Marilyn Willis

Clooney is a geeky movie star (maybe an unlikable one) who has to get a job. He finds that his brother is a genie with the power to change his life in one hour. How does he get the job? He kills a company's product. Sounds like a tough sell? It turns out to be a really tough sell. The only saving grace to this is Clooney, who does an incredible job of making you forget that this is his character. He is playing it at a different level and has the kind of character that makes you forget that this is Clooney. It is a good film and I really like it. You have to decide if you want to see this one because it is very difficult to sit through this one on TV. Not the best film of the year but still a good film. I give it a B+.

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Frances

Well this movie will never get the credit it deserves because it is not an amazing film, but it is entertaining. I will keep this short. It is not an action/sci-fi/horror/thriller film. It is a little of all of those things. It is certainly in the same category as the Matrix trilogy and does not deserve to be compared to either. The story is sort of like a guy is looking for his wife. He finds her and they go on a road trip. It is basically a run of the mill road trip. It is not too exciting or great, but it is a great movie. It is not a well written or acted, but the performances are great. In fact it is very funny. The music is great, and it is pretty much the same type of music you would expect from The Matrix. There are a few things that are just plain stupid though. The main character is drunk all the time, and all the people he meets are drunk, but they seem to not notice. He says his name is Brian and he says his name is Brian, but he has no proof. I do not understand why the mother of Brian is in the picture. She is supposed to be at the funeral of Brian. It is unclear why she is there and why she does not seem to care. Also, the father of Brian is talking to the camera when they are in the car, and then it cuts to his father again and he is talking about how he is getting a divorce. That is just silly. But the most annoying thing is the mom. She is sitting in the front seat and is talking in a monotone. That is just weird. The acting is good. A lot of people will call this a ripoff of The Matrix. It is not, but it is in a different genre. It is not all action or sci-fi. It is not some hero is going to save the world type of film. The storyline is simple. It is about a guy who finds his wife and goes on a road trip. He gets lost and ends up at a highway rest stop. It is not very good. The acting is good, but the characters are not all that good. The writing is good, but the plot is not all that great. The visual effects are great. The score is amazing. Overall, I would recommend it to anyone who is into sci-fi/action/thriller films. 8/10

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William R.

I went into this movie with very high expectations.and I wasn't disappointed. The film is very unique, and is certainly unique in the way it makes it's points. What it does do well is it makes you think about it for a long time after the movie ends. This is the point of a movie like this, it takes you out of the world and into a different realm. And in this case it's Sci-fi. The movie's set in the future where Earth is devastated by the "Chemical War", and a great deal of the planet's population has either been taken to other planets or dead. This is a terrible world, ruled by a ruthless corporate-run government. The main character, Alex, lives with her father and mother who work at the Earth Defense Force. At the time of this film, Earth is in the middle of a war. And they are no longer in charge. The movie is set in the near future where we see the condition of the world, and in some cases the characters are quite disturbing. While I was not quite convinced that this was the future that the movie was set in, I found it to be very believable. This is a very nice, and entertaining film, with many great ideas and a very solid story. The film is a very effective drama, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you're into good Sci-fi, and are looking for an excellent movie, look no further. The only real issue that I had with this movie is that I felt it was a little too long. It certainly is, and there is a lot going on. But I think that the movie is worth watching, and I certainly recommend it. I gave the movie a 8.6/10. There is a lot of substance to this movie, and I found it to be a very good drama.

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Zachary R.

Auteur filmmaker Joel Schumacher once again proves he is a master of cinematography with 'Auteur', an epic neo-noir thriller which has few rules, which in turn makes it some of the best films of the year. This film is best described as 'unwatchable', in a good way, as there are some scenes which were one of the most satisfying things in the film. Most of the film, however, is slow paced and muddled. I think I preferred 'Auteur' to 'The Shawshank Redemption' because the latter is more satisfying to watch. The soundtrack and plot of 'Auteur' is what the film revolves around. The film is full of symbolism and symbolism is what makes this film so difficult to watch. The story revolves around an unassuming man named Michael Sullivan (played by Christian Slater) who finds a body in his swimming pool with the name Michael. This is his first corpse. It is also the start of a relationship with one of his tenants (played by Martin Donovan) whom is a psychiatrist named Dr. Jordan (played by the ever brilliant Tim Robbins). Michael is approached by his wife (played by Dermot Mulroney) who believes that his unassuming character has the ability to change the world. She is certain that Michael will change the world, and in turn, he will change hers. The film is filled with symbolism and references to movies and TV shows that viewers will probably recognize. One of the best things about this film is the sheer amount of references. The film is full of references to movies such as 'Alien', 'The Godfather' and 'The Matrix' which makes the film very easy to identify with. The references are great and creative, like the scene in which Michael is taken to the hospital for an operation. The metaphors are great, like the scene where Michael is sitting in the shower and he talks about what his life has been and why he is where he is. The film also pays homage to movies such as 'The Sixth Sense' and 'Silence of the Lambs', which is good since they were very influential in film making. Overall, this film was a great watch for me, although I felt it was a little slow paced. It is probably one of the most interesting films of the year. If you are an action movie fan, then this movie is for you. If you are a fan of symbolism and art, then this film is for you. I think it is a great movie to watch in the cinema, but I would recommend it to everyone. Definitely see it, but be warned that it might be a bit slow and tedious.

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Marilyn

A young boy discovers that there is a secret place, called the Matrix, on Earth that can "translate" any spoken language. What follows is the journey of the boy, as he learns to use this incredible tool to help his mother, a robot, and his best friend find themselves. What I found interesting about this movie was how this film is not meant to make you cry, but to help you understand something about life. The first scene is the boy and his mother arguing about what to do, and the second scene is the boy waking up from his coma, looking for answers about the Matrix. One thing is for sure, this movie is not a story about hero's, it is about the journey and understanding what it takes to be a human being. This movie is for all the kids, who like to see a good story and a little bit of fantasy, and not a real-life version of a real-life movie. I would say, this is a movie that would be enjoyed by children, who have a vivid imagination and want to have their imagination translated to a new world.

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Helen B.

A small film with an interesting plot that takes on a life of its own and manages to be both a mystery and a psychological thriller. I think that this film is the first film that made me think about what I had seen before. I also think that this film is a little different than the other movies that I have seen and that may be what was good about it. I am not familiar with the first film, but I do know that the second film is a masterpiece. All in all, this film was well worth my time.

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Victoria B.

Once I saw the trailer for this film, I thought it was going to be just another overly dramatic story with too much over the top violence. However, as the movie started I realized I was wrong. I thought it would be so over the top that it would be unrealistic. It was actually a very realistic story. The story is about a man who has been brainwashed to believe the government is killing all the citizens of the world, but in reality he is actually just one of those that is being brainwashed and the government doesn't have complete control over it. This guy, Martin, is an ex-lover and high school sweetheart, and the couple who are causing trouble are his best friend and a stripper. He finds out that his best friend was involved in a plan to destroy the entire world and is leading an army of soldiers on a mission to destroy the planet with chemical weapons. So Martin has to choose to do what he thinks is right and save the world, or to make the bad guys pay. The story is really good and the ending is pretty good as well. It was actually really surprising, I thought the film would be a complete disaster, but I was pleasantly surprised. It is a great story, it is believable, and it is a very good film. If you liked Armageddon, you will like this film. 8/10

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Diana W.

The story is simple: four NASA astronauts go into space for a mission, only to discover an insidious enemy intent on destroying Earth. It's a pretty standard Sci-Fi formula, but it's done with such precision, that it feels as though it's so very, very real. The way the story unfolds is what makes it special. The film is very stylish, as it would appear that it was made to be seen in Technicolor, with sequences often being filmed in one-take long takes. The dialog, by a young cast of actors, is quite engaging, especially during the discussion between the astronauts about the original mission. It feels as though there's a lot of thought put into the script, even if the writing isn't always the greatest. The pace of the film is fast-paced, but does not hold back. The characters are interesting, particularly by having different motivations for their actions. At times it seems like they have a mission in mind, but their character is ultimately a moral one. They all have their flaws, and are ultimately human. I have to mention the stellar cast. When you see the actors take a role, you are always excited to see them take it, and they do an outstanding job of doing just that. Every actor here brings a certain charm and personality to their characters, and you actually feel like they're a part of the crew. Each actor brings something different to their roles. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Ray, the young space cadet. He's a likable young man, who has his own problems, but seems to take it in stride. Patrick Stewart is Stellan Skarsgard, the older, veteran space cadet. Stellan is still young, and the character seems to be having some difficulty with growing up. And, as a result, Stellan is quite honest about his own issues, and his inability to understand his father's opinions. Ethan Hawke plays the doctor, Al, who develops an attraction to Ray and starts to take the character seriously. And, as I mentioned before, the actor who plays Al is one of my favorite actors, and deserves all the credit in the world. Paul Bettany, a very young Oscar winning actor, has a small role, and is a revelation. This film really gets under your skin, and is a very refreshing experience. I could go on and on, but I won't, as I know the script already. There are a couple of things I wanted to mention. The music is a major element of the film, and it adds to it. The original music that has been utilized in this film has a great build-up, with some really cool music, while the newest music also adds to the film. The fact that the music is really unique, and adds to the film really makes it feel very special. This film also does a fantastic job at showing how mankind can come to a whole new understanding of the future, as they progress in their journey. But, what really struck me was the message that the film sent to mankind. The film leaves you with a pretty powerful message, and it's a very interesting one, which I won't go into in detail. Suffice to say, mankind may face a lot of difficult times in the future, but the only thing that can be done, is to remember what is important, and what is not. And, humanity, in my opinion, needs to learn from history. It's really sad, when a film like this is

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Thomas Wong

For me, the film was not at all what I expected. As others have said, it was a slow build-up to a "wow" factor, and in the end I felt as if I had been lied to. I got my expectations from the description of the movie, which had made it seem like it would be a "climax", whereas the film is more of a "latch-on" to the elements of the novel. To say more would spoil it for anyone who hasn't read the book. A film that doesn't follow the book was never going to be the best film for me. I will say however, that the film captures the essence of the book, though I did think that the original scene from the book was a little too abrupt and nonsensical. However, overall, I felt as if I had learned something. I will probably watch it again, but only after I read the novel first.

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Jack

After a very long time since I have seen this movie, and although it has been a long time since I have seen it, I would like to see the DVD as it is definitely worth watching! There are two points that I would like to bring up. Firstly the effects. The first scene I saw in this movie was the scene with Max and Evie which was so very good, I found myself looking up at the ceiling and the background of the room to see what the effect would be like. This effect, which really surprised me, was so realistic and unique and I felt it worked as a character and an actor in the movie. Secondly, the movie has a very unique plot and it had me guessing what would happen next, and that is something that I have not seen in a long time. Also the two things that I liked about this movie the most was the background music and the effects. The backgrounds in this movie were just awesome and it was definitely worth the rental fee.

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Walter Fox

I caught this movie on late night TV recently and was impressed by the acting. The characters, especially the protagonist, were well developed and acted with a great degree of realism. All in all a good watch and it kept my attention throughout. A story which could have easily been a melodramatic bore, the cinematography and the sound were perfect.