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The Reckoning (2014)

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After his partner is murdered, a detective must track down two teenage runaways whose video footage contains the identity of the killer.



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Credited cast:
... Detective Jason Pearson
... Detective Jane Lambert
... Detective Robbie Green
... Rachel
... AJ
... Thug
... Officer Sally Franklin
... Connor
... Maxine
... AJ look alike
... Police Woman
... Father Emmett
... Girl in cafe
Renato Fabretti ... Alex
... Lukas


When a detective is called in to investigate the roadside execution of his partner, he discovers at the crime scene a data card from a video camera. The card contains footage shot by two runaway teenagers who are making a documentary about the drug related death of a sibling. The detective retraces the teen's journey and soon begins to uncover a trail of the dead that leads all the way back to police headquarters. Written by Luke

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Justice will come for you.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language, some violence and brief sexuality | See all certifications »




Release Date:

28 October 2014 (USA)  »

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Box Office


AUD 2,350,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Third project to star both Viva Bianca and Hannah Mangan Lawrence. They previously starred together in X:Night of Vengeance and Spartacus. See more »

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Good Aussie crime thriller with a twist.
2 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

I was a little cautious about John Soto's new film The Reckoning. I think the 'found footage' genre is over saturated. However, The Reckoning doesn't quite play out that way, in fact it's an intriguing mix of found footage and the police procedural. I feel that there is enough of a twist on the genres that it actually becomes quite engaging.

The story develops nicely, and the two arcs of characters are molded together well. I think that Hanna Mangan Lawrence and Alex Williams, playing the two runaway teens, really shone in this film. That's not to say Jonathan LaPaglia and Viva Bianca were bad, they were good as their roles, but Lawrence and Williams were a driving force in the film.

I feel like The Reckoning is a great Aussie film, I took particular joy in seeing Perth on the big screen, and after watching it I really want to see Soto's other films Crush and Needle.

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