A family vacation takes a terrifying turn when parents Paul and Wendy discover their young daughter has vanished without a trace. Stopping at nothing to find her, the search for the truth leads to a shocking revelation.
I've read a lot of mostly negative reviews prior to writing this, many of which are unfortunately justified. To start on a positive note I actually thought the plot concept was actually quite interesting. The lead up to the twist at the end I felt needed more effort and development throughout the story but the acting wasn't quite on par. In the end I felt it was actually substandard stuff mostly attributed to awkward character development, obvious plot holes, poor acting performances and inconsistencies in the narrative. Not the best & not the worst hence why I gave it 3 stars. (A tad too generous I guess)
Mailed It In
The starring cast is too good for this. All 3 can deliver top-notch performances, but this movie is an exception to that rule. I'm not sure they could have done anything with such a terribly written story anyway, which probably explains why the acting feels forced. If I had to guess, I'd say the director left during the first day of shooting and came back on the last to wrap it. The hardest job had to fall to the poor editor. It must have taken just as long to hack it up and piece it back together as it did to shoot it. I gave it a fair shot. I took in maybe 30-35 minutes and left it to finish binge-watching Mr. Robot...again.
By wildcat the first
This is so very bad.. please don’t watch. They abuse the dog in the entire movie. Totally fake not remotely realistic. Brings anger to the audience. Very depressive not enjoyable at all. Watch at your own peril. I am sad I spend over $7 on this. My husband was mad at me for renting such a bad movie.