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A brutal and darkly comedic narrative about the idiosyncrasies of the motion picture industry and the denizens that inhabit it. It is actress Melora Walters' (Boogie Nights, Magnolia, Big Love) directorial debut.
Henry and his girlfriend are invited by their friend to his wedding. He also invites Henry's estranged son and his girlfriend, Cecilia to the party. Henry has been an overbearing, status-conscious father and his son always resented on lack of freedom to make decisions for his life. His father wants him to get higher education but the son wants to get into practical life. This causes bitter arguments between the two. But this is only one side of the story. The real drama begins after the father and the son are stuck in the cabin with their girlfriends and some sinister revelations and heartrending drama ensues.Written by
What the hell was this. I thought I was going to see a rather good horror flick because there are some shots edited in between the story that makes you think a massacre is on it's way but sadly it's the movie itself that is a massacre.
And so many names that I admire, Biehn, Blanc, Keats and Butler, all names that I have seen in a lot of good flicks but here together they are a failure. It's not that the acting is terrible it's the story itself. Nothing really happens except arguments and frustrations and of course treachery. But it's the editing that destroyed this flick. It's clearly to see that the close-ups were shot in another take. it's full of mistakes on part of facial expressions.
Even clocking in under an hour (begin and end credits) it's still a boring flick. And at the end you see what the in between shots were all about. No, this isn't a good flick. Sad to see Michael Biehn, who produced this, falling into a void. And Sarah Butler, seen her so many times in flicks and even in the flesh isn't showing the anger she has in so many of her flicks.
No effects at all, a very cheap flick, not worth your time.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 0/5 Story 1,5/5 Comedy 0/5
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