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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Jill embarks on a heart-pounding chase to find the killer, expose his secrets and save her sister. The critics scored this film very low. It is a great thriller. Proving there small minds and lack of professionalism.
I dont get the low rating at all. sure overall the plot isnt overly complicated but its slowly reviled with purpose and it being a short run time it goes very well. Seyfried is fantastic and proves shes more than just a pretty face. The let down comes at the end and lack of complication in the characters aside from Seyfrieds. But there definitely needs to be more movies like these!
It was actually a lot better then I was expecting. The plot was decent and generic but it moved at a very quick pace and it was fun. The movie was filled with very good actors and was very surprising. The movie had a very predictable ending. Still worth a watch.
This film lacks suspense element that makes a good thriller...the whole time it felt like just waching a crazy woman getting what her want through various illegal/extreme methods. Honestly ,who would in their right mind go to the forest in the middle of the night...
After seeing the critic reviews, I have to wonder whether I actually saw the same movie as they did. This movie was intense the whole time without ever resorting to gore to keep you on edge. I applaud Amanda's performance, and I'll probably see this again.
Dhalia's first Hollywood film is this efficient thriller that relies on a constant tension and on the uncertainty surrounding a kidnapping that may only be a product of the protagonist's fear and paranoia. A solid movie but almost ruined by an implausible end.