A bored young woman in a sleepy community called Spearfish starts receiving photographs of brutally murdered young women. Are they real or staged? The culprit is either a serial killer or some creep with a sick sense of humour.
Pelleas is a new film by artist Josephine Meckseper, expresses through cinema the dramatic narratives and relationships contained within the universe of Meckseper glass and mirror vitrines,... See full summary »
In 1980s Louisiana a police detective arrests a contract killer. To be with his wife and newborn, he becomes an informant and assists in taking down the crime ring boss etc. FBI, blood and revenge follows.
At 00:24:07, when in car with Topo and her mom, Chloe wants to play "I Spy". Looking at Bryan Cranston, she says "I spy with my little eye, something white". Can be writers' nod to Walter White, Cranston's famous character from Breaking Bad. See more »
When Quincy gets in the car at the mini mart you can see exhaust coming out of the tale pipe he talks to Topo about going to a motel then he starts the engine. See more »
I don't wanna go to school. I said I don't wanna go to school.
Oh, is that what that was?
You can't stay here with me all day, Sophia.
You know how to do a lot of things. You are very smart. Smarter than me, definitely. Then why do I have to go to school?
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'HHH Duck' is listed in the Stunts section of the credits as playing 'Mr. Jones the Turtle' (Sophia's pet - a painted turtle). 'HHH' stands for 'Horny Horny Horny'. See more »
ALL ON YOU
Written by Ben Jaffe & Suzanne Santo
Performed by Honeyhoney
Courtesy of HONEYHONEY RECORDS
Published by JAFFOAMERICAN PUBLISHING/ZANZIBAR LEWIS PUBLISHING (BMI).
RIGHTS ADMINISTERED BY BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT (US) LLC. USED BY PERMISSION. See more »
How generic can you get?
Jees, what a let-down. After 'Breaking Bad' no one could deny that Bryan Cranston is a formidable actor, capable of amazing drama. And he signed on for this. Don't get me wrong – it's not bad-bad. It's just nowhere near what he should be starring in. He plays a half-blind Russian thief (with a slightly dodgy accent sometimes) who takes a single mother hostage in order to help him retrieve his loot.
That's about it. Alice Eve plays his hostage and she does it as well as the story will allow. The simple thing about this film is that it's just so run-of-the-mill it's barely worth talking about.
You won't hate it, but you won't remember it in a week's time either.
Bryan (and Alice), you're both capable of bigger and better things.
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