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Year Released: 2003
Main Stars: John Cusack , Ray Liotta , Amanda Peet , Alfred Molina , Pruitt Taylor Vince
Review Date: April 2016
Last watched: March 2016
Number Watches: 2
Format Watched: DVD

Nothing really interesting happens until the last 15 mins. Until then it is a stretched out Twilight Zone episode with very little substance. Not badly made just boring. I  vaguely remember liking it the first time round but watching again I can’t figure out why. Maybe it’s for those that don’t see a lot to mystery/thrillers, maybe I was drunk or maybe I fell asleep and missed the middle hour so thought it was a tighter production than it really is.

Whativs, I can’t recommend this to anyone for any reason. Again, not because of bad production or acting or even script. It’s because there’s nothing here that should have been more than a half hour dip into the “do not adjust your set” zone.

DVD Extras: Making Of is an advert and doesn’t reveal anything. They all talk about how they like the other actors which is a sure sign they have nothing to say about the film. Probably since I suspect this was just a pay check.

Keep DVD?
No.

Watch if on TV?
No.

Snog, Marry, Avoid, Hug?
Avoid. If only the whole thing had just been in my head.

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About Simon Trail

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