Tim, Chris and Rand are campus roommates. They are not the closest of friends. When it is announced as being usual to get the best possible grades as compensation for the psychic stress of a roommates' suicide, Tim and Chris decide to kill Rand. After Rand's "suicide", his girlfriend Natalie takes her life, too. She was the roommate of Chris' girl Emma. Who's tricking who?Written by
Julian Reischl <email@example.com>
The bulls-eye of the dart board in Chris & Tim's dorm room is a photo of Vince Vaughn. See more »
Boom Mic appears above shot at 23:52. The scene with the lighthouse in the background as Rand is alone and approached by Tim and Chris to drink with them. See more »
[Chris is standing over Rand's unconscious body]
Hey Chris? Should I bash his head in with a rock? You know, just to be sure? I should, right? That would be cool! YEAH!
[Chris looks away and throws up]
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I really didn't expect much of Dead Man's Curve at first but I became immediately thrilled once I started watching it. The performances (especially Matthew Lillard) were great and I just dig it when a bad guy thrives as much as Lillard did in this movie. The bigger part of the film was pretty good and would have easily been rewarded with a 7 or maybe even a 7,5 but in the end it just didn't get away with it. In the end Dead Man's Curve just becomes one of those thrillers that wants to be too smart and too original / surprising, resulting in a very annoying and unbelievable ending. It would be rightful to say that by introducing twist after twist after twist the filmmaker succeeded in breaking the movie's neck. Since the ending for me was a big fat 3 out of 10 I find it very hard to make a recommendation regarding this film.
6 out of 10
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