Opening

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64% Fading Gigolo Apr 18

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89% Captain America: The Winter Soldier $41.3M
48% Rio 2 $39.3M
72% Oculus $12.0M
63% Draft Day $9.8M
77% Noah $7.6M
40% Divergent $7.4M
14% God's Not Dead $5.5M
92% The Grand Budapest Hotel $4.1M
79% Muppets Most Wanted $2.3M
78% Mr. Peabody & Sherman $1.9M

Coming Soon

44% The Other Woman Apr 25
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100% Neighbors May 09
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100% Portlandia: Season 4
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0% Saint George: Season 1
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68% Surviving Jack: Season 1
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—— Workaholics: Season 4

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88% Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 1
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96% Silicon Valley: Season 1

Rubberneck Reviews

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March 23, 2014
The whole time watching was mostly spent saying- "i bet the only way this guy was cast and this movie was made was because he was in charge of those choices" and ....BLAM #truth
November 25, 2013
Paul Harris (Alex Karpovsky) works at a research facility in Boston and at the outset meets new employee Danielle (Jaime Ray Newman) at a work's party. They strike up a conversation and end up spending the weekend together. The first night is all passionate sex but the second night ends somewhat awkwardly with Danielle being very distant. Moving on eight months, Paul still has feelings for Danielle but she rarely acknowledges him. When Danielle begins to show interest in a new colleague, Chris Burke (Dennis Staroselsky) that has joined the research facility, Paul's jealousy reaches boiling point and he starts to lose control.

While harbouring feelings for Danielle, Paul tries to live his life, spending time with his sister Linda (Amanda Good Hennessey) and paying for the company of Kathy (Dakota Shepard). It isn't enough though. A dark chapter from Paul's past continues to haunt him and all he can think of is Danielle. Any efforts to converse with her are always somewhat frosty and the warmth she shows towards Chris only serves to incite Paul who remains uncertain of why Danielle went from sleeping with him one night to giving him the cold shoulder the next. As the days go by Paul becomes more desperate and unhinged, putting the lives of those around him in danger.

Rubberneck doesn't have an original idea but it is one that can be engaging if done right. The big issues with this film is the character of Paul. You will get the impression that he is dangerous and obsessive. This may turn out to be accurate in the end but for most of the film he seems a little odd but harmless and dare I say you may sympathise with him, while feeling less than complimentary towards Danielle whose change of attitude towards Paul is never really explained. Her willingness to become close to new colleague Chris, who is married and she knows it, also doesn't portray her character especially well. The film does take a dark turn suddenly but perhaps too dark. It could have been done very differently and been more shocking and enthralling.

Rubberneck has some good moments but Paul doesn't initially convince as a man who would hurt anyone and if anything it is Danielle that is more unlikable for most of the film. The horrifying turn the film takes seems to drain it of any real drama and some of the characters' motives and reactions are just not realistic given the severity of some of the events. This could have been so much better.
March 10, 2013
A one-time fling turns into a terrifying ordeal for Danielle when her co-worker, Paul, becomes deeply obsessed with her in Alex Karpovsky's chilling new thriller, RUBBERNECK. RUBBERNECK takes us deep inside the mind of a man obsessed in a stunning character study that is sure to strike a nerve. All of the risks and excitement that accompany an office romance are given a frightful twist, from the initial fear of discovery to the uncomfortable aftermath of exposure. The characters are all carefully crafted and placed into a real-world setting that is utterly believable. Karpovsky brings a raw emotion and intensity to the role of Paul in one of the most naturalistic performances we have seen in years. Jaime Ray Newman is fantastic as well in her depiction of the career-minded woman who remains unrestrained by the thoughts and expectations of others. Although many of her actions are painted in a negative light, they are always true to her character, and are delivered with brutal honesty. Subtle moments like Paul's intrusion on Danielle's lunchtime chat constantly teem with tension and unease, while the stalking scenes draw out revolting feelings of disgust. Still, one can't help but share in a sense of pity and remorse for Paul, who has clearly suffered from issues of rejection and abandonment his entire life. RUBBERNECK is a devastatingly dark and depressing drama which serves as a crowning achievement for Alex Karpovsky as both actor and director.

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
February 24, 2013
Alone With Her was lurid and creepy. This isn't.
February 19, 2013
Looks Interesting...
May 2, 2012
Really well acted, excellent film quality, Starts a bit slow, but picks up a LOT following critical juncture in film. Very fine film & definitely worth seeing.
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