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Engaging and enjoyable Saturday afternoon film. No academy awards here, and I won't be telling my friends to watch it, but it was worth the investment.
Beautifully shot and enthralling survival story with top fight acting and strong cinematography.
Probably the worst trailer I have ever seen. If that's any indication of the quality of this movie, then it is a complete and utter disaster knocking off aspects of Stranger Things.
Watching this movie feels like being forced into a timeshare sales pitch with the promise of a set of golf clubs if only you can sit through the entire presentation. Clearly this film was unofficially produced by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. What better way to promote your cruises than pay Netflix to hire a famous Rogen to direct (Seth Rogen's wife), hire two well-known actors, and ask for some semblance of a believable plot twist? The result would have been bearable if funny at all, however there wasn't one laugh to be found. Skip this film altogether, you're better off just watching the commercials between YouTube videos.
Typo in "Movie Info" - grew up to be their manny?