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Savages Crossing (2011)

A motley group of strangers are all forced to seek refuge in a remote outback roadhouse due to severe flooding caused by a fierce torrential downpour. However, one of these people proves to... See full summary »

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A motley group of strangers are all forced to seek refuge in a remote outback roadhouse due to severe flooding caused by a fierce torrential downpour. However, one of these people proves to be every bit as dangerous as the fierce storm that's raging outside. Written by Woodyanders

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Crime na Encruzilhada  »

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This film is not somehow based on Stephen King's film The Shining (1980). See more »

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The only scenes actually filmed at Savages Crossing are the scenes with the bridge in them. See more »

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[last lines]
Phil: What do you want... boy?
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Damien: FUCK YOU
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Don't Need Your Kinda Lovin' Anymore
Written and Performed by Craig McLachlan
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Its Savage Alright
24 June 2010 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

The Savage thing here is this movie it's not a horror 3.3 I think is overly Generous it's worse than any Michael Bay film I've Ever watched you may think "Oh come on it can't be that bad" let me count these ways

The Actors are horrendous it may be the scriptwriter or the poor way this movie was made but I wanted to see them get killed we have a horrendous overacting mother and an underacting teenager 2 girls who must've been hired off the street because this is the only reason as to why anyone would be in here

When I wanted to see them get killed I couldn't because the villain is afraid to use a gun let me read that to you again THE VILLAIN IS AFRAID TO USE A GUN The Dialogue only deserves a few words because I have seen better dialogue come out of 6-year-olds you get such dialogue as this

"don't touch her or else"

"Or else What?"

"I'll Swear to god"

yeah and that's them doing their best but it can't be for 6-year-olds because they overuse the F-word especially a cop

The Villain has no motives and introduced as to the mother knowing he's out via phone call and the 2 words "he's out" and shots between the mother and son and the villain walking in slow motion through a city street seriously IN SLOW MOTION.

The Characters: The mother is a private person for no reason with her wimpy son and the 2 girls who appear in the so-called wrong place one does nothing but cries throughout the whole movie from when the villain appears to the end of the movie the other calms her down I wondered when the scared-to-use-a-gun villain kills them I was angry at the end when he didn't there are the 2 people who own the bar the woman just serves them and tries to come at the villain with a baseball bat and doesn't the man who I mistook for Crocodile Dundee (and I'm Australian) and they do nothing

The sound is so bad every time it rains it sounds like somebody is using a bug zapper to make the noise collide with the ground


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