The schizophrenic perspective of a man regarding his girlfriend.
This is one of those movies whose accurate description would spoil it. Overall I liked this movie, but I can easily see how others would not like this style of story telling. I strongly disliked the overall pacing and resolution. They seemed mistimed and more and more rushed toward the end.
While I liked it well enough, this isn't a movie I'd re-watch and isn't something I'd generally recommend. Lovers of a certain topic or flavour of movie would probably like this one, but it would be impossible to know how to match those people with this movie.
- Holy fuck the titles take forever.
- Briarview doesn't seem to be a real place.
- 4:40 -- What, is this one of those flashback-esque movies?
- 7:00 -- So this sheriff dude is harassing him.
- 10:20 -- It's been five, six years.. well first off she knows exactly how long it's been, down to the hour. Next, it sounds like she intentionally accidentally got pregnant.
- 10:40 -- Aaaand she needs him to take on all accountability.
- 12:10 -- I'm confused about all the scene/perspective switches.
- 14:00 -- I'm confused.. wouldn't they back the hell off of him, especially if he demanded it?
- 26:45 -- Well she's cute.
- 29:25 -- Cool story, bra. Back up the disappearance of your sister. I'd just take it as her con to get him to open up. Honeytrap.
- 44:50 -- I'm reminded of The Fly (1986 film)
- 48:15 -- First, was she missing one of her front teeth? Second, eww vomit-breath.
- 50:30 -- I could imagine him waiting a night, but to not call the authorities right away is rather odd.
- 52:15 -- Why would he have a key in the door? How is it that an alarm could sound?
- 1:05:00 -- That's a rather rapid transformation.
1:12:20 -- Presumably the other cops were also on alert because of the one gunshot that brought the one guy, and then they were hurrying because of the other gunshot.
Well okay.. there's a resolution that feels rather hastened.