When three girls are kidnapped by a man with 23 different personalities they have to work out which of those personalities will help them escape and which of those personalities will try to stop them. Written by
It's very clear that the actress playing the protagonist had never held a long gun (shotgun or rifle) very many times, if ever, prior to the filming of the role.
Since a major plot point is that the character had been trained to hunt by her late father, there's no reason that she would be shown holding a shotgun in the incorrect manner that she was. See more »
I've never seen a case like this before. Twenty three identities live in Kevin's body.
[From the trailer]
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The end credits are shown in 24 frames in the background of the scrolling credits. See more »
Kept My Interest But Not Worth the Price of a Ticket
James Mcavoy does a great job at acting his part (the only saving grace here) but the plot of this was just wasn't strong enough to stand on it's own. It kind of felt like a Freshman in a high school drama class wrote this movie and it was it first attempt at a movie. There wasn't any great twist or surprise that you find yourself waiting on the entire movie. Everything was as it appeared and that made for a lot of disappointment.
The last 20 seconds of the movie did give me hope that if there's a sequel, it will be much better. As for this one.. if you see it on a late night cable station or Netflix, it is mildly entertaining but don't pay money for this at the theater. You'll likely be sorry you did.
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