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Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | 25 January 2011 (USA)
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A suspenseful drama about a young couple on a road trip who get caught in the midst of a worldwide gas shortage.

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Dell
Barry McBrien ...
Hotel Manager
John Woodruff ...
Cal
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Gas Thief
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Robber #1
Ronald Thomas ...
Robber #2
Niecy Cerise ...
Elise
John Michael ...
Camper
Nicholas Neyeloff ...
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A suspenseful drama about a young couple on a road trip who get caught in the midst of a worldwide gas shortage.

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Where will you be when it runs out?


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a couple back from a six day camping finds that the world as they knew it had changed for ever due to a gas crises .
20 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

My daily dose comprises of at least 3 movies of any kind.So u can be sure that I am a movie buff n a kind one at that.I like to keep criticism to myself, as a gesture of encouragement to the small timers.Even though I know ,I got a better chance of meeting Santa then of any movie maker ever reading my take on their movie. But this once,I just cant bear to let it ride.This movie is something you would show in a Nazi concentration camp ,for the sheer purpose of torture.I just wish I could put all the people involved in this movie in a torture chamber n the Geneva convention can take a hike. Like most of the reviewers here I too believe that they had a good concept if not a great one for the movie,,but instead they decided to postmortem it beyond recovery. The couple comes back from a camping trip after an odd six days only to find the world as they knew it has changed for ever due to the gas crises, and put a full stop to any kind of vehicular or other kind of movement and in the process bringing the world to a stand still. It makes u wonder if thats the only way to move around.And also how on earth did the people leave n to where when clearly they didn't have the gas for their wheels to do so.And which place would they go to because the crises has hit the whole of the USA(unless they all decided to trek all the way to Europe). But hello, six days!!. come on they very well had access to d net n radio through their cell phones because they hadn't gone to a no signal zone ,as you can make out that they were hardly a few miles away from the town n civilization.Surely some one, the guys brother or the females dad or just friends would have informed them about something as grave as this. But what really got to me was the constant bickering the two leads go through right from the word go and all the way to the merciful last scene.They argue over every nonsense thing under the sun n then some, which really gets under your skin.And a mannequin would have shown much more passion n better acting then the actors here.All the while I so badly wanted some one to chop them off, piece by piece n in slow mo n in details,whit me laughing all the time in glee through their pain n eventual death. Watch it only if you need motivation for anger.I could go on and on but my frustration is running off. Trash it.


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