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Nine Dead features nine people who are abducted, and five themselves handcuffed to posts located in a closed ordinary room, and find out they are all captured for a reason...a reason they all have to figure out in every 10 minutes...or one of them will die!
Good concept, but this was a dull thriller. The acting didn't appeal well, and the feel of the movie was subpar. As the movie progresses, the thoughts slowly come together for the victims, but like the thoughts, so was the pace of the film.
There are better thrillers out there, it wouldn't hurt to skip this one!
Here we have "The Blair Witch Project", but basically more in alien fashion.
We have a movie that portrays the dramatization of real actual footage of people actually being abducted, alas, "The Fourth Kind", and other actors overdramatizing the real "events" so to speak.
I like how the movie tried to run this course and give it an attempt, but it didn't go well. The film had great attempts at some eerie parts, but that's all it had going for it. Otherwise, the movie was tranquil on trying too hard to make us believe all this was real. A real disappointment.
A very intriguing film of a man who is born of actual old age...and his timeline of life presents his years going backwards into his aging process.
The movie is as long as an epic tale, and for the film to be this long, I certainly would not call it epic. But all means this is a great movie. The dialogue does take you through Benjamin Button's events of life in as much detailed fashion as it can get. So basically, this is what you will see in this flick. The Academy Awards eyed a good one here, but it's not a movie I would watch over and over again.