The Outing

The Outing

An ancient genie is released from a lamp when thieves ransack an old woman's house. They are killed and the lamp is moved to a museum to be studied. The curator's daughter is soon possessed by the genie and invites her friends to spend the night at the museum, along with some uninvited guests. The genie kills them off in an attempt to fulfill her ultimate wish.

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The Outing torrent reviews

Tim M (ag) wrote: True Life: I live in Atlanta. Reality TV and found footage fans may enjoy it. Being a fan of TI and Jeezy helped with the accent and context.

Santosh N (de) wrote: It's interesting that no one else on Flixster has watched this movie yet. :-) The story is intense, the acting is great and the movie is technically brilliant. Perhaps it doesn't have all the elements of commercial cinema that would bring to it a wider audience.

Pierre J (es) wrote: it's ok.couple laughs here Nd there.Stereotyping

Kelsey M (au) wrote: A fascinating movie about a very strange yet interesting man.

Joe C (de) wrote: Saw this in the Renoir in Brunswick Square. Powerful, shocking, very sad, though brave and inspiring in a way that gives beauty and power to the act of living. Not sure if its a great film or if it just caught me at a great time, personally.

Kristian M (mx) wrote: Mostly goofy follow up to the King classic, gotta love a good Wizard of Oz reference in a horror movie :)

Vladimir K (us) wrote: This is a good movie, perhaps - a very good movie, but really sad.According to Wikipedia, film critic for The New York Times Vincent Canby said that film center character, "must remain forever mysterious, forever beyond our sympathy". While there hardly could be any sympathy indeed, I don't see much of mystery in Lucien. Louis Malle showed us enough to see this undeveloped but sadistic character. He is not hopeless, he could become closer to norm, but on the other side, at this age person must already responsible for himself. Lucien Lacombe fails to be responsible.A reviewer at IMDB said something about "innocence corrupted by war". Oh, no. It's not innocence, it's a brutal under-development. War didn't teach Lucien to kill birds. And I hope a reviewer would never encounter such "innocent" luciens on his way. I served in Russian army and I saw such characters...


Private U (ca) wrote: Not as good as the original, but still pretty damn good.

Tracy F (us) wrote: What a great find! Thanks, Netflix!

Ola G (kr) wrote: In 2002 Lainey (Alison Brie) causes a scene in a dorm. Taking pity on her as she is about to be kicked out by security, Jake (Jason Sudeikis) claims her as his guest. He learns that Lainey was there in order to lose her virginity to her T.A. Matt (Adam Scott) who Jake thinks is the most boring guy in the world. Lainey eventually realizes that Jake is also a virgin. The two sleep together. In the present Lainey breaks up with her long-term boyfriend Sam after telling him she has been cheating on him. On the advice of her therapist she attends a love addicts meeting where she runs into Jake who is there because of his inability to be involved in committed relationships. Lainey, who has been having an off-and-on-again relationship with Matt the entire time learns that he is engaged. On the advice of a friend she contacts Jake. The two go on one date where they confess their sexual problems to one another. At the end of the date Jake confesses that he wants to sleep with her. Lainey decides that the two of them should just be friends and Jake agrees with the codeword "mousetrap" to be used to deflate sexual tension between them. The two hang out more and more and eventually become best friends. However they begin to be mistaken for a couple by strangers and their friends begin to think they are in a relationship as well. Jake learns that Lainey is going to re-enroll in school and possibly move to Michigan. He brings her to the birthday party of his friend's child where she meets a man called Chris Smith and begins seeing him to Jake's consternation. Jake, deciding to move forward, asks his boss Paula on a date. A date with Chris Smith leads Lainey to run into Matt and his now pregnant wife. At the same time Jake has sex with Paula and calls her Lainey. After their nights out Jake and Lainey spend the night together where they realize that they are both in love with one another. Now they need to figure out what to do about that mutual realisation...On Rotten Tomatoes, the critical consensus reads: "Sleeping with Other People has likable leads and flashes of inspiration, but seems unwilling or unable to surround them with the truly subversive rom-com they deserve". I like Jason Sudeikis, despite the fact that he does have a bit of a one dimensional acting range. But, he manages to pull of these sort of roles. I like the beautiful doe-eyed Alison Brie as well, and I reckon theres chemistry between her and Sudeikis despite what other reviews might claim. Yes, we have seen it so many times, the woman who comes dangerously close to being snapped up by the jerk while missing out on the guy who really loves her. The characters Lainey and Jake are however messy and childlike in their behaviours and actions. Do we actually care if they get together or not? The script goes in all sorts of directions, and yes theres solid comedy scenes and theres scenes that (for example the confrontation scene between Matt and Jake) that doesnt fit at all in this rom-com. The film doesnt know what it wants to be, drama or comedy or both or something else. And this is the main problem with "Sleeping with Other People".

Masorad (au) wrote: Pillow Talk redux, with Rock more of a rapscallion and Doris more of a ditz. Tony Randall has increased screen time here, and it's fun to see Joe Flynn and Ann Davis. The message of the film is a backhanded endorsement of alcohol and alcoholic hijinx, which is always welcome.

Marla R (jp) wrote: Great Cast, and most of all Beyounce did her thang!

Mad M (ag) wrote: The mystery is a great, slow build. But as the mystery ends the story flails, and the mystery ends way too soon.