I never expect much from a small-studio or low-budget thriller because they're usually disappointing. But "A Lonely Place to Die" is a cut above them, with only minor logic plot points getting in the way.
"I never expect much from a small-studio or low-budget thriller because they're usually disappointing"... that's a very prejudiced statement.
Don't forget the biggest surprises come the most unexpected quarters.
The world wouldn't be half as good were it not for the efforts of all those who didn't have the resources of the privileged but, nevertheless left behind lasting legacies for generations to come.
Sep 15 - 12:04 PM