When Simon, Rich, and Eva head out on an eagerly anticipated road trip, they bring along a video camera to record their journey. What starts out as a carefree adventure slowly becomes a descent into the ominous as unexplained events threaten to disrupt the balance between the three close friends. Each one of them must struggle with personal demons and paranoia as friendships are tested and gruesome realities are revealed...and recorded.

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David L (nl) wrote: It really is that good. Tight script, great cast (Judy Davis takes the win!) and its the subversive MI5 agent you've always wanted Bond to be (well, Connery would have been a horrible miscast but surely they could have picked someone with more sexual charisma than Nighty?!) A great finish. Watch it. ITs that good.

Kioko S (de) wrote: This movie is supported by a strong cast which is powered by Aaron Taylor-Johnson's incredibly heart warming and solid performance of a young rebellious John Lennon

Katrina H (kr) wrote: Seemed like a good idea but it wasnt. *Sad face* And the random boobs flashing across the screen didnt seem to make any sence to me.

Stephen H (it) wrote: This is more than some wish fulfillment for angry Bush haters. It's a convincing faux documentary that considers the repercussions from such an event occurring. Is it political? Sure.

Claudia R (us) wrote: Really funny and entertaining. The plot was kind of original for a teen movie.

Candice M (br) wrote: Love the cast. Story had many different layers which was nice. But, the fourth act did go anywhere and was as a result disappointing.

Franois M (kr) wrote: C'est une note de passage pour un film somme toute fort sympathique. C'est standard dans le genre et dans le ton, le montage laisse parfois un peu dsirer, mais c'est drle par moment et trs touchant dans le dernier mille. Agrable.

Craig M (nl) wrote: Not my favorite, as the characters were not as deeply drawn as other Almodovar characters. But still stunningly envisioned.

Tim W (gb) wrote: Haha this is so terrible, so cheap, but funny. Oh no! A puppet! And the acting was so bad, which made it even better. The story made no sense and the movie was full of WTF moments that made me giggle. And that ending, wow. 3/10 for being terrible, but 7/10 for being entertaining. Split the difference.

Priyu K (us) wrote: corny as hell, good folktale though, and mamoulian does have a distinct craft about him.

Robert B (ca) wrote: A creepy masterpiece. Phenomenal performances and chilling shivers to your spine adorn this oft overlooked classic. The taut and intelligent story frays a bit only at the very end, resulting in a still-satisfying haunting tale.

Luke B (ag) wrote: Immediately one of the greatest films I have ever seen. I feel so privileged that I was able to see this film on the big screen. It starts with the wonderful Richard Attenborough being a sick little puppy. Set during the war, in a policeman's unifrom, offering medical help to a young woman. Attenborough is everything that someone should trust. A calm English man that offers you tea. Next, he's murdering the woman with gas, and not a hint of remorse. The film jumps forward 5 years, and introduces a tragic couple. They are about to have a baby, but cannot afford one. This sparks Attenborough's killing side, and he offers to perform an abortion. The film becomes a tense and depressing thriller that outlines the problems with capital punishment. It's sad as it's a battle of wits, but one of the protagonists has no wits to battle with. Attenborough is one of the most chilling and disturbing villains I've ever seen. The claustrophobic setting, the invasion of someones life, and the heartless deception, are just some of the great things about this movie. As it finished on a freeze frame we hear heavy breathing, next the credits scroll silently. Everyone in the cinema stood up in silence as though they had just been punched and winded. This film had more dread and a bigger impact than any I can recall.