When Bob and Dante decide to bring their wives along on a fishing trip it seems like a good opportunity for the old friends to reconnect. Bob, however, has been suffering from nightmares about his wife and Dante having an affair. As the group spends time together Bob's suspicions grow, but before he can do anything about it he witnesses a terrible crime and now the four find themselves running for their lives. Bob finds himself saddled with the duty of protecting the very people he suspects have betrayed him and danger seems to lurk around every turn with a killer who manages to stay one step ahead.Written by
Jason L. Liquori
The quote above which serves as the title of this mini-review is repeated so often in the movie that I believe it could even serve as an alternate title. In fact, going to the bathroom is a oft-repeated theme of this film. But thank goodness there are no actual depictions of answering the call to nature -- save a few sound-effects.
That alone said, why did I give this movie seven stars?
Well, SD was inexpensively made and poorly videotaped. But the acting was not *so* bad and the film does feature an overweight middle-aged white guy kung fu fighting. That's something.
And the movie kept me interested. I *wanted* to finish it to see what happens to the four principals.
Finally, I can't help feeling that if the movie were a French production, filmed in black and white in an unpicturesque part of France, it would be considered a triumph of the art of film. I'm not kidding!
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