After seeing Where the Wild Things Are (2009), Dan Wells called Billy O'Brien and said he loved the kid who played the lead, that by the time the project got off the ground, he'd be old enough, and that his loneliness and anger were perfect for John. O'Brien agreed to look into it, but before he could, one of the producers e-mailed O'Brien saying he had a guy who'd be great for that serial killer thing he was working on. It was the same person, Max Records. See more »
Crowley can be seen carrying a landing net, which would not be used for ice fishing. See more »
He said "I never got it before now, Kay." And he told me he loved me more than anything in heaven or hell. He was very romantic with his words.
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We saw this in the theater yesterday (luckily we have one that shows non-major studio movies). We recognized many places as it was filmed locally.
It has all the elements (drama, comedy,irony, surprise, style) without adding CGI and other effects. In some ways it is a throwback to the sci-fi genre of the 50s and 60s. The plot kept me guessing and changing my mind until the end.
If you have an opportunity, watch this! You will find what quality movies can be. Granted it is not the movie of the year but should be given recognition.
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