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While on a GPS treasure hunt in the Palatinate forest four teenagers come across an old US military radio tower station. Back in the days of the Cold War it was part of a secret military program that produced horrific side effects, but has long since abandoned. Until now, when the station is mysteriously powered up again. Written by
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We Could Forever
Music: Simon Green
Performed by Bonobo
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Tecnically, it is in my opinion just an average 3D Movie. Nothing special about acting, nothing special about special-effects, nice but not overwhelming 3D-effects, pretty straight forward story-line. I still gave 7 out of of 10 points. Let me explain: Why not less? The movie thrilled me from time to time. That was exactly what i was expecting and what I wanted to see. No hardcore slasher, just a thrilling story of 4 teenagers in the forest. Why not more? In my opinion, neither acting, special effects, storyline or 3D-effects were that extraordinary that I would want to watch the movie again and again and again. I do not want to say that all of this was bad, please beware... It just didn't overwhelm me. But there is indeed one point that I really want to criticize badly. Before watching this movie I have never heard anything in my life about "geocaching". Didn't know that this exists. In my opinion the background of "geocaching" was not explained sufficiently at the beginning of that movie (only if you had watched the specials at the DVD or BluRay. I think it took me until the jump into the lake until I really understood what "geochaching" is all about.
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