Searching for his identity, a young writer pledges to his dysfunctional family that he will commit suicide on his 25th birthday. As the fateful day approaches, he stumbles upon love and a ... See full summary »
Terri Lynn Harris,
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I don't really know what the point of this movie was.
It's not scary at all and it's made as a faux documentary style but all the footage of course is fake and all the people interviewed are actors, William Mapother off 'Lost' fame with a very recognisable face plays one of the psychologists maybe if they would have gone with people who weren't as famous it would have worked a little better.
But on the other hand there are plenty of faux documentaries that does work so it's not all just that, it's just really boring.
I don't really know what more to say about this movie cause there's really nothing to say, a real big bore of a movie.
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