During a bank robbery, Rex, a fella with the habit of talking to himself/conscience, takes down the robbers and after several gunshots, he successfully secures the entire establishment but unfortunately the whole successful mission ends in a tragic way for which he is tried and imprisoned. After doing his time, he moves to Finland for a break but gets trapped by a twisted cannibal family with a very dark secret.Written by
As well as co-editing the feature, writer Robert Benjamin also edited both trailers for the film. See more »
[to himself while squabbling with his conscience]
Hey, you're here and it doesn't matter how. It doesn't matter why. You are here! Welcome to "Paradise".
[ranting to himself]
If you don't find away to untie those knots it's going to be Big Trouble In Little Finland
Black market limb trade... is that a thing? I'm pretty sure there's niche there
[justifying his actions]
I wanted him down... and I didn't want him to reproduce... win... win
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After the credits, the word "Finnished" appears. See more »
Better the Devil You Know...
This was just a fun and entertaining movie. Without spoiling the film, the protagonist (Rex) spends a good portion of the movie talking to himself into and out of sticky situations. The banter between the two (the one?) of them is reason to visit this film alone, but add in a kooky family, violence, a touch of gore and a pinch of heart, and you've got a good time on a Friday night in.
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