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The Drop (2006)

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Naive but determined young hero unexpectedly fights a mysterious power in a supernatural tale of good versus evil.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mr. Zero
Kat Ogden ...
Mr. One
Mr. Two
Eric Livingstone ...
Mr. Three
Mr. Four
George Asher ...
Michael Todd ...
Laughing Scumbag
John Miranda ...
Business Man
Skater Punk
Jeff Wetrosky ...
Mystery Man
Jeff Lewis ...
Parking Attendant


Naive but determined young hero unexpectedly fights a mysterious power in a supernatural tale of good versus evil.

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Rated R for language, violence and a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »




Release Date:

6 June 2006 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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The worst film of the year
5 November 2006 | by (Launceston, Australia) – See all my reviews

Someone decided to make a thriller and had no money for a decent set, so they probably drove into an overnight car park and made up the story to go with it. It was such a cheap movie that they did could not fill up the car park with more than two or three cars on each level - and the hero (who is not even hunky) manages to dodge his pursuers for the best part of an hour hiding behind and under cars. They obviously had no lighting rig of any sort either.

Just to pad it out, the director keeps repeating the same old flashbacks, some times it is just the sound track. This is so irritating that after the sixth repeat of any particular flashback, you feel like throwing any handy projectile at your TV screen.

The principal villain turns in a really disinterested performance. Well, what do you expect, when the script is so lame. The stupid young man who opens the parcel he is paid to deliver, and decides he must "save the world" has absolutely no survival skills - twice he could have turned the tables but lamely does not take advantage of the opportunity. His girl friend is no less idiotic.

The worst atrocity is the beautiful and talented Sean Young accepting this acting assignment. She must be desperate. Her presence is never explained and her lines are appalling.

What a waste of time. Take heed of this and other warnings on these pages. You will regret it if you don't and be angry enough to spend another fifteen minutes complaining in a review the film does not deserve.

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