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Hey Pam! Remember when I said this car was death proof? Well, that wasn’t a lie. This car is 100% death proof. Only to get the benefit of it honey, you really gotta be sitting in my seat.
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It has been forever since I’ve posted anything original on here so I figured it was time. The other day I had the privilege of seeing this little gem at the greatest little theatre ever (seriously it was this little one screen theatre with nobody there but it had the most comfy seats with the greatest atmosphere). The film was being previewed in random theatres across the country and this theatre happened to have the only showing in all of Pennsylvania (my home). Anyway, I had heard about it through a random group I follow on Facebook and thought why not? I’m glad I did. The film is actually pretty good.
The movie starts out introducing us to a group of friends: Matt (Jeremy Sumpter) and his girlfriend Alissa (Keke Palmer), Jeff (Parker Young) and his girlfriend Mandy (Elizabeth Gillies), and their friend, self-proclaimed fifth wheel, Sean (Paul Iacono). The group is on their way to a forest that Jeff and his sister Alissa used to go to to hike as kids, and at first everything is fine, that is until Jeff decides to keep the group out way later then was planned. Due to his poor judgement, one of the group is attacked by a strange beast and the rest of the group is forced to find shelter in an abandoned house that is currently inhabited by another group of people on the run from the beast. The two groups work together to try to escape, but will they make it out of the forest alive?
The story certainly isn’t anything overly original. It’s pretty typical for a monster horror film nowadays. What makes this film good though is the decent actors and how they portray each of their characters, the beautiful cinematography work, the actual believable beast, and the decent pace kept throughout the film. All-in-all the film is not perfect but it’s not bad and certainly worth at least one watch.
"Final Destination" (2000) | James Wong
"Mommy! Don’t let me drown!"
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