Shotgun Stories tracks a feud that erupts between two sets of half brothers following the death of their father. Set against the cotton fields and back roads of Southeast Arkansas, these ... See full summary »
Alton Meyer is a boy unlike any other in the world with bizarrely powerful abilities and strange weaknesses. In the middle of the night, his father, Roy, spirits him away from the isolated cult that practically worships him and is determined to regain him at all costs. At the same time, Alton's abilities have been noticed by the US government as well and they are equally insistent on getting to the bottom of this mystery with Paul Sevier of the National Security Agency leading the Federal pursuit with his own questions. These rival hunts force father and son into a desperate run towards a looming date with destiny that could change everything.Written by
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Near the end of the movie, after Roy breaks through the road blockade, the air bags are engaged. However, seconds later the vehicle is able to drive away without any sign of them. Air bags are designed to instantly inflate to cushion the people in the car against impact, but then to deflate straight away. Although there are many shots in which you cannot see the air bags, when the car flips over, it can be seen in its deflated state. See more »
Gulf eclipse and the numbers came... 35 47 97 52... buildings tower, the light comes, to know the source of such things is to know our place in the world.
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Started off with promise but quickly went downhill
Midnight Special starts with what I though were some fairly good opening scenes, which set up the film nicely for a decent Sci Fi. However, they didn't build upon this and it quickly dwindled. They could easily have cut half an hour from this and it would be better for it. As it is, it's nearly 2 hours long and about half of that is filled with silence that adds nothing to the film. It seemed like they were just trying to fill time and the film went unbearable slowly as a result. I have to add that Michael Shannon provided one of the worst acting performances I've ever seen. I'm almost certain that his face didn't move all movie. All that and a plot that never really went anywhere, with numerous holes in it made for an incredibly painful watch. One of the most boring films I've ever seen.
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