The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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The pic works well within its modest means, wringing life-or-death drama out of, basically, a debate over the accuracy of one man's gaydar.
Ahearne deftly builds the suspense, raising the stakes before steering the story into surprising new directions.
the plot is overly reliant on such technology as smart phones and night goggles, gizmos that eventually hamper the paranoiac suspense.
Poking fun at some of our most beloved thriller tropes, writer and director Joe Ahearne has crafted a half-satire, half-horror film brimming with suspense, humour and unforgettable plot twists.
a small, claustrophobic film with an excellent ensemble cast and almost perfect pacing. The cinematography is simplistic and deliberately bland and with a subtle scoring which allows the story and performances to be powerfully effective....
Ultimately, there is no doubt in my mind. B&B is a film Alfred Hitchcock would be proud of.
B&B is less action-oriented and more talky than traditional thrillers, but its topical subject matter and good performances make it one to seek out
An edgy, topical thriller with a blackly comical undertone, this offbeat little British film takes some startling twists and turns as its plot unfolds. It's tightly contained.
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