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Come and Find Me (2016)

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When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.


Zack Whedon


Zack Whedon
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Credited cast:
Annabelle Wallis ... Claire
Aaron Paul ... David
Garret Dillahunt ... John Hall
Zachary Knighton ... Charlie
Jordana Largy ... Mrs. Garan's Assistant
Enver Gjokaj ... Aleksandr
Chris Chalk ... Buck Cameron / Kyle
Terry Chen ... Det. Chris Sloan
Valerie Tian ... Student
Michael Kopsa ... Rezart
Dean Redman ... Jackson
Jessica Heafey ... Colleen
Artine Tony Brown ... Detective Gill (as Artine Brown)
Corey Schmitt ... Fisnik
Tim Perez ... Mr. Yorkes


When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.

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

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Release Date:

11 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Encuéntrame See more »

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Aaron Paul and Terry Chen also appeared together in the movie The 9th life of Louis Drax (2016). See more »


David's first breakthrough in finding out what happened to Claire is spotting a street sign reflected in the windshield of an SUV she took a photo of, but when David finds the place where the photo was taken, you can see the nearest intersection is at least half a block away in the background, so there's no way such a distant street sign could have had a large enough reflection to be legible. See more »


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Composed by Spencer Morphy (SOCAN) Addison Hiller (SOCAN)
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Awkwardly Timed Flashbacks Halt the Momentum and the Mix is a Misstep
20 March 2017 | by LeonLouisRicciSee all my reviews

Romantic-Thriller from First Time Director Zack Whedon Featuring Aaron Paul and Annabelle Wallis. It is a Low-Budget, Barely Released Disappointment that gets Everything about Half-Right.

The Thriller Aspects, a Missing Girlfriend involved in Mysterious Goings On who Left the Pining Paul without a Note, is a Setup that is Classical and Consuming. There is a McGuffin (role of film), Gang Members, Intriguing Photographs of Unidentified, Creepy Looking Types, and so forth.

This is a Fine Beginning but as Things Unfold the Director Decides (not advisable) to Portray the Events with Equal amounts of Present Time and Flashbacks. When Things get Tense and Scary the Viewer is Immediately Time Shifted to the Past to Solidify Their Relationship.

After the First Few times this happens it becomes Tedious, Repetitive, and Stops the Films Momentum Cold. It is done with a Dull Regularity and the Story has to Gain Suspense all over again. This is Deadly to the Drama at hand. It Weakens the Movie as it Requires the Reinforcement of already Enforced Dangers.

So it's a Movie of Two Competing and Separate Stories. The Movie is Long at almost 2 Hours and it probably would have Worked Better if the Love Story was Cut by Half and the Flashback Angle was Abandon for a more Linear Approach.

Worth a Watch but be Prepared for a Start and Stop Feel that is Clunky and keeps this from being Less than it Should. All the Ingredients are here for a Good Thriller but the Awkward Mixing Misfires.

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