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Stefan C. Schaefer's Confess is a thriller that ends up flat like a piece of paper.
The plot revolves around a genius hacker who employs over the top methods as his form of protest against the various types of "well off" people. This hacker is written to be a hero, yet this film hardly makes him seem that way.
The movie does take a while to get going and when it does, there is just so much about it that isn't entertaining. The run time doesn't even reach 90 minutes, but it doesn't feel that brief as there are moments where too much time is spent and others with not enough. The final 10-15 minutes is a rush, when comparing it to the rest of the film, and this is a disappointment. This is where it seems that things will pick up, but all is quickly rushed away to the credits.
Eugene Byrd's acting is quite unemotional, however he still comes across as the leader of the film. Why? Because all the rest of the characters aren't written up to the level of Byrd. Ali Larter is OK with what she is given and there is no need to mention anyone else.
The concept for Confess starts out with potential. Unfortunately, this film never goes farther than that.
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