Raving through realty on the eve of the economic collapse. A high-velocity journey of an unsuspecting mortgage broker swallowed up in the sex, greed and over indulgence of the mid 2000's Real Estate boom.
Beau Martin Williams,
South Bureau Homicide, set in South Los Angeles, explores the unsung bond created by the homicide detectives of LAPD and the local community's anti-violent-crime activists who together ... See full summary »
Said, the main character in the film Another Place, lives in Sweden but longs to be somewhere else. His integrity is suddenly and brutally violated when the police ransack his apartment and brand him as a terrorist.
An organized gang terrorize their victims by forcing them to perform humiliating acts on camera, which are released online afterwards. Anna and Sam's lives are altered after becoming involved in this world of crime.
Karl Fredrick Hiemeyer,
Part Survival Horrow, Part Supernatural Horror, Part Creature Horror
I enjoyed this movie. I did not like the end twist because I thought it trivializes the rest of the movie, but that isn't a disaster. The story is hard to pin down to a particular genre. It has elements of a lot of different types of horror movies: slasher, creature, supernatural and the like. I liked the acting, especially from the lead actor playing Toby. The actress playing Madeline was less believable, but still ok.
The setting was beautiful and was used effectively throughout the movie to build tension in the forest, underwater or in caves.
The main issues I had were related to the end where the lead character suddenly becomes uncharacteristically capable of doing anything. One character calls Toby "Rambo" and I think this is a good characterization. It comes from no where and it seems unreal.
I also did not like the twist ending. However, I still think this is a good one to watch.
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