Thirty-seven year old Mavis Gary seems incapable of happiness. She has had one failed marriage with no romance in her immediate horizon. She ghosts writes a young adult series of books, which has just been canceled due to low sales. She is in the process of writing the last book, with which she is having a mental block. She lives vicariously through Kendall Strickland, the teenaged female heroine in her books, as like Kendall she believes her high school years were the best years of her life when she was the prom queen. When she receives news that her high school beau, Buddy Slade, and his wife, Beth Slade, have just had their first child, Mavis takes it as a sign that she and Buddy are meant to be together. As such, she devises a false pretense to travel from her Minneapolis home back her her old hometown of Mercury, Minnesota to reclaim Buddy from Beth. As Mavis slyly or not so slyly does whatever she can to hang out with Buddy, even in Beth's company if need be, she also runs into ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Clinton A (es) wrote: All around great movie.
Chayc (ag) wrote: It was ok. Well done, but more of a drama than a horror flick.
David A (ca) wrote: As como F (C)nix era las manos de Concha,JODOROWSKY es alma del subconciente surrealista.
Tio B (au) wrote: Not even the title would survive the wrath of today's political correctness police. Hollywood is terrified of offending any groups, so there are no more fun movies. FATB is ace...except when it lets its guard down. Alan Arkin ruled the '70s.
Lee R (us) wrote: I guess it was an important movie
Brandon M (de) wrote: My full opinion: 6.2/10.
Steve J (ag) wrote: Deeply flawed but interesting low-budget thriller in the Hitchcock/De Palma mode. I don't want to talk too much about the plot, since this story relies on the element of surprise for most of its effect, but I will say that it did pull a few fast ones on me, a seasoned film-watcher. The acting is mostly decent, but tends to falter at key moments. Moreover, the violence occasionally crosses the line not into offense, but into absurdity, robbing the film of some of its power. Nevertheless this is an impressive independent film with some lovely cinematography, and a chillingly real performance from Alexia Rasmussen. Worth a watch for those interested in indie horror cinema, as well as for De Palma aficionados. I look forward to more from director Zack Parker.