Summary: That's a lame title for a movie "Gone", they should have called this film (the stupid girl who is looking for her gay sister). The story is about a serial killer and is still haunted by the experience.
Summary: Gone works as a dine-a-dozen kidnapping thriller. While the story was constructed in a way that made the audience guess what was really happening to the protagonist and her sister, there wasn't enough questioning to make the writing really pop.
Excerpt: This is a really good movie I hadn't really heard much about it before picking it up cheap at HMV. It's got a great nice paced story and decent acting to. The video and audio quality are also top notch !
Excerpt: I was really pleased with this movie in many ways, not only did it look good, I thought the story was well paced, I do not know what movie the reviewer watched, but they just didn't get it, (hey it happens) while it was not a $30.00 movie if you can get it for around $10.
Excerpt: I was going to leave a quick review of this movie and make a joke about how it's like making fire by rubbing sticks together: It takes forever to get started, and once it does the people watching get bored and realize it was done better before.
Excerpt: I saw this during its theatrical run and loved it, so of course I had to pick it up on Blu-Ray. I think it's an interesting movie with an intriguing plot, and well-acted. It keeps you guessing. PQ is beautiful, 5/5/, as is the audio. Recommended.
Summary: Oder: Im Outback hört dich niemand schreien aach immer dieses Blut in den Haaren bei Horrorfilmen. Der Brite Alex (Shaun Evans) ist gerade in Sydney gelandet und will weiter mit dem Bus quer durch Australien reisen, um dort seine Kumpels zu treffen, die bereits einige Tage vor ihm angekommen sind.