A Perfect Getaway

A Perfect Getaway

For their honeymoon, newlyweds Cliff and Cydney head to the tropical islands of Hawaii. While journeying through the paradisaical countryside the couple encounters Kale and Cleo, two disgruntled hitchhikers and Nick and Gina, two wild but well-meaning spirits who help guide them through the lush jungles. The picturesque waterfalls and scenic mountainsides quickly give way to terror when Cliff and Cydney learn of a grisly murder that occurred nearby and realize that they're being followed by chance acquaintances that suspiciously fit the description of the killers.

Newlyweds Cliff and Cydney are celebrating their honeymoon by hiking through a secluded region of Hawaii. With another couple, they discover that psychopaths are stalking and murdering tourists on the islands. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Stephanie C (es) wrote: un hombre de 37 aos es abandonado por su novia, sumergido en el abandono, todo cambia cuando un da atropella a una joven de 17 aos, nikki, de ah en adelante no podr sacarla de su vida. la pelcula navega en un montn de situaciones inslitas y aventuras de niera que tienen todas repercusiones para alex. situaciones muy comicas, y adems de encuentros entre amor infantil y amor maduro. es una pelicula romantica, divertida que tiene como final demostrar que para el amor no hay mas barreras que las que uno mismo creo.

Carlos I (nl) wrote: Still such a blast. The humor actually works really well, which is rare for these horror throwbacks, and the gore is fantastic.

David C (ca) wrote: funny movie, great acting, I laughed so much my sides ached.

Daisy M (mx) wrote: Ken Loach's movies are known for their intensity of showing the society differences of the British class. I saw that in Carla's song and Ae fond kiss, but Sweet Sixteen was more dramatic and emotional. Here the director portrayed some sad lives going into violence and crime and the way he presented the bad situations of these people were just memorable. Liam the lead character, a 15 year old boy who life had treated very hard, was selling heroine cigarettes on the street, who he had stolen from his mother's boyfriend. Liam's older sister Chantelle, who hated her mother,for being a heroine junkie and in prison was a very touching part of the story.The mother, for whom all the effort was done for her to keep her straight, got a nice house from Liam ,which he bought of drugs money.But when she got out prison she remained the disappointment she always was, and gave this movie a dramatic ending.

Sara W (ru) wrote: Good acting, not a solid script. Funny ideas, but not too many of them.

Samuel L (jp) wrote: It has its great hilarious moments with classic Chow's play of words and random funniness.

Thomas K (au) wrote: I loved this film when it was first released but now I'm so familiar with the director's cut it seems wrong to watch the original theatrical version.

Dave M (us) wrote: The title of the 2013 film "Out of the Furnace" (R, 1:56) has a dual meaning. Christian Bale (Russell Baze) doesn't have a problem working in the local steel mill, just like his father before him, but Casey Affleck (Russell's younger brother, Rodney) is an Iraq War Veteran who wants more out of life. Rodney wants to stay "out of the furnace". This movie's title also reminded me of the old phrase "out of the frying pan and into the fire". If the fire is worse than the frying pan, how much worse can things get when you start IN the furnace, then find yourself OUT of the furnace? The answer is much worse... much, MUCH worse.Most of "Out of the Furnace" takes place in a small town southeast of Pittsburgh - an area in which poverty and despair seem to be an accepted way of life and the survival of the local residents depends on jobs that are few, and less than stable. Rodney's unresolved issues from his four deployments to Iraq seem to manifest themselves in the many backroom brawls in which he takes part - for money. He gets the local loan shark (Willem Dafoe) to set him up with a fight in which he'll take a dive. The fight is deep in the mountains of northeastern New Jersey and the area is basically ruled by the amoral Harlan DeGroat (Woody Harrelson). When Rodney goes missing and the hometown police chief (Forest Whitaker) seems unable to find out what happened, Russell and his uncle (Sam Shephard) risk everything to find Rodney and dispense justice to those responsible for his disappearance. "Out of the Furnace" is dark, intense and a bit depressing - in good ways, cinematically speaking. The movie draws you in from the first scene and never lets you go. The smart script, taut directing and skillful editing all contribute to that effect, but the biggest reason that this film works is the extremely powerful acting. As the kids say, O-M-G! This is some of the best ensemble work I've ever seen in a movie theater! Any one of the actors previously mentioned in this review could have been recognized in the 2013 awards season - if only more people had seen this film. If you haven't seen it, get out of the house and get "Out of the Furnace" on video. As the kids say, it's hot! "A"

Tim H (br) wrote: Great sequel. Bill Nighy's performance as Davy Jones is just classic. Great music as well.

Tim C (au) wrote: Gorgeous, but a near inaccessible story to follow.