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Tosses out a lot of potential what-ifs but never commits to any of them.
Nearly all the spooky bits are achieved by pure aural assault, and the characters are such stock types, haunted by such predictable backstories, it's like watching Solaris performed by sock puppets.
In the end, 400 Days is a good and compelling idea that has been disappointingly realised with a preposterous second half.
What 400 Days does do... is force you to think about how you would handle the situations the crew are faced with.
If a mystery needs judging by its pay-off, Matt Osterman's low-budget SyFy sci-fi sadly fumbles any early promise.
There is rarely a moment when 400 Days isn't a structural mess.
Has just enough plot twists and suspense to keep you from going (like them) too stir-crazy. I said "just."
"400 Days" isn't strong stuff to begin with, but a few bewildering creative choices made by the production take a comfortably average thriller and reduces it to tone-deaf junk.
It's hard to create a sci-fi movie that can be liked by every viewer. The little logical things that must be connected sometimes are not easy to the watchers to understand. But every single film from that genre has his own point of reaching the event's point in the film. That movie shows little more hard for making sence till the end or not even till the thinking about the movie. But the movie makes other expecting for next step of the story. Maybe I didn't explain in a simple way but that way showes that the film is more complicated.
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