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This film was a real let-down for Cusack and Freeman fans alike.
A movie doesn't have to have a large cast, doesn't need to include special effects, it can be good even if it runs for only 83 minutes and is set mostly in the woods- but in this case it just didn't work.
There are so many movies that come to mind while watching this one, déjà-vu all the time.
The plot is also very predictable and nothing much happens.
The only good thing is the scenery but the talents of the two stars are waisted here.
They did succeed in putting some Starbucks and Sony product placements in there though, even if the setting almost didn't allow for it.
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