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No One Lives (2012)

A gang of ruthless highway killers kidnap a wealthy couple traveling cross country only to shockingly discover that things are not what they seem.

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(as David Lawrence Cohen)

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A gang of ruthless highway killers kidnap a wealthy couple traveling cross country only to shockingly discover that things are not what they seem.

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No one runs. No one escapes. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, disturbing images, pervasive language and some sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »

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10 May 2013 (USA)  »

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$2,900,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$47,798, 12 May 2013, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$72,140, 19 May 2013
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When there is a knocking at the door, Amber walks down the hallway past the stairs to the front door. When the door is opened the view inside the house is a big well lit open room. Doesn't match what was inside. See more »

Quotes

Emma: You must be out of your mind.
Driver: I'm very much in my mind.
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References Leave It to Beaver (1957) See more »

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Real Good Girl
Composed by Jim Johnston (as James A. Johnston)
Performed by Jim Johnston with Jim Boggia
Courtesy of WWE, Inc.
Under License from Stephanie Music
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badass Luke
29 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

"This little piggy went to market,This little piggy stayed home"....just Another hack 'n' slash Movie? No, not quite.

Plot: man and woman are relocating to a knew home in a car and a trailer. Not so law abiding Citizens see an opportunity for fast cash. But neither man nor woman are what they seem...

Slashers are often quite boring, especially the old school style like Halloween and Friday the 13th which in my view have ruined the genre by too many sequels, unimaginative scripting, lack of good acting and directing. A Nightmare on Elmstreet is forgiven due to Robert Englund's priceless comments. Lately though, we have seen a couple of pretty good ones, well, relatively speaking anyway. Belonging to them are Midnight Movie, The Collector, the Collection and Laid to Rest 1 & 2 which all have high production values which make you not just waiting for the victims to get picked off. No One Lives belongs to the latter category.

Another "problem" with slashers is that you almost Always root for the killer. Not because he holds great moral values or is good looking etc etc, but because the victims are impossible to like and because of silly looks and daft acting. Due to that fact most slasher Movies serve only as pre-bedtime Entertainment. No One Lives is different. It has a nice package of a suspenseful first act, perfect pacing and good acting from both star (Evans) and the unknowns.

Though a simple story it is well executed (no pun intended) and Luke Evans has grown on me to become one of my new favorites. I undoubtedly see him as the new action/thriller star. He has the charm, the looks and a badass attitude which works both for heroes and villains.

Downsides? well, it is nonetheless a slasher and as such it is difficult praise all the way. Despite of Luke Evans' performance you still, on the basis of the Movie being a slasher, wait for the killings. Negative is also the obvious plot holes. No One Lives screams for sequel and prequel which is not entirely a good thing I Think.

I give it 6 out of 10 which is quite high for a slasher, but, as mentioned above, it's got relatively high production values and nicely executed.


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