Written October 01, 2011
I love Fandango
Written October 04, 2011
I wasn't sure what to expect from this moving but must say I was surprised how much I enjoyed the story. This one of those movies that keeps you guessing as to what is actually going on and keeps your attention with a surprise ending. I would watch it again!
Written November 29, 2014
I have had worse nights but over all not the best night either. I was bored through most of it.
Written December 22, 2014
There are some fantastic actors in this movie, and if the film had maintained its focus on the ravages of grief they all could have really chewed up the collective scenery. Instead the script decided to go the straight genre route, and it's a route too well-traveled at this point. The basic premise is that Will Attenton (Daniel Craig) moves his young family out of the city to spend more time with them, only to discover that a murderer who used to live there might still be lurking around. Anyone who's payed attention to the previews knows what the twist is there. Well
there's a second twist coming on top of that one. It would be a doozy too, except that anyone who has ever seen a Korean horror film (which is a lot of this genre's audience) knows exactly what cues to look for and is not going to be surprised in the slightest.
Bottom line: wait for the cable premiere.
Written October 30, 2014
Daniel Craig is smokin hot but even he couldn't pull this movie off. This was the worst thing I've seen in a very long time. It started off well, but abruptly did a 180 (at one particular scene) and turned out to be spectacularly bad. The acting itself was ok, but the storyline was horrible.