After awakening from a coma with no idea who he is, Dylan White (Callum Blue) creates a safe and normal life for himself. It doesn't last long: horrifying visions start to interrupt his ...
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After awakening from a coma with no idea who he is, Dylan White (Callum Blue) creates a safe and normal life for himself. It doesn't last long: horrifying visions start to interrupt his waking moments. Following clues that take him to the dark underbelly of New Orleans, Dylan meets his arch nemesis Quincy (Vinnie Jones) and soon finds that both his life and soul are in danger. FRACTURED is a trip to the dark side, noir-style: bad men, bad dames, bad sex and bad intentions.Written by
The cinematography was decent but the writing and/or directing was weak. The plot devices felt obvious and predictable. The situations in the story seemed contrived and I had a hard time believing that the characters had motivation to warrant their actions/reactions to events - giving many of the dramatic scenes an unintended comic effect. I almost never stop watching a movie I've invested more than 30 minutes in, so I watched until the end yet I felt my time could have been better spent.
Why does the movie poster feature a relatively minor character? Is it because the lead actor is not as well known? The actor featured in the ad is somewhat recognizable even though he has a relatively small part. That seems misleading and unfair. I was actually quite impressed with the lead's performance - especially considering that some of his dialogue was, in my opinion, very poorly written, and probably a challenge to deliver. Other performances in the movie were unremarkable.
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