Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Suspenseful thriller with a solid plot and a satisfying ending.
One of the worst I saw lately! Truly bad acting and I do not recommend!
Just horrid!! Why would Aaron Paul do this?!
better than I thought
Was kind of suspenseful but the actress sounded like she was staring in a porno..step down for Aaron paul.
Same characters n plots we have seen thousand of times in thrillers
I enjoyed it. Wanted a little more but left me satisfied at the end!
Thrilling and well acted
Absolutely waste of time. No story. Unnecessary sex scenes. Clueless and passive female role played by an actress who has no acting talents. I wish I could give it 0.
I don't understand why critics panned this film - but hey, I'm not biased (I'm a huge, huge fan of Aaron Paul so maybe that swayed my opinion a little bit). However, in terms of cinematography, etc., I will say that this was a beautifully shot and directed movie. The colours are vibrant, the frames are effective, there is a surprising amount of subtle symbolism scattered throughout visually. Acting is brilliant, although there were one or two lines that seemed poorly written. Plot is simple but did not disappoint, especially the ending, which added a great twist and a satisfying emotional resolution to the relationship of Brian and Cassie. Speaking of Brian and Cassie's relationship, it's well-written and strangely deep for a thriller. Ordinary, in that I could see myself or any of my friends in a similar relationship, but still moving and authentic - we want to root for these people. Or, at least, I did. Last thing I will say is that Bear McCreary has once again created a beautiful soundtrack. Don't listen to the critics! This is a film worth watching! Especially for all the Aaron Paul fans out there xx