Im Thriller Come and Find Me verschwindet Aaron Pauls Freundin. Als er sich auf die Suche nach ihr begibt, findet er heraus, dass sie nicht die Frau ist. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Come and Find Me" von Zack Whedon: Seit führt Franklin Leonard, ein auf Stoffentwicklung spezialisierter. Die scheinbar harmonische Beziehung von David und Claire kommt zu einem abrupten Ende, als Claire ohne jede Spur verschwindet.
Der ganz große Psychothrill: "Come and find me" - wenn du kannstCome and Find Me - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | littlestumptown.com David und Claire leben in einer scheinbar glücklichen Beziehung. Doch eines Tages verschwindet Claire spurlos. David begibt sich auf eine verzweifelte Suche nach ihr und entdeckt dabei zahllose Ungereimtheiten, die ihn an der wahren Identität. Aber "Come and find me" steht für sich selbst, was auch an den beiden Hauptdarstellern Annabelle Wallis und Aaron Paul liegt, die mehr als.
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A decent mystery crime drama. Very underrated. A big star in a modest film. Story is digging a gem that no action movie did before this deep.
Well directed. Minor and acceptable logical errors in the script. Good directing of photography. Music is good enough.
Gives the tension to audience and It doesn't come front of the movie. Hoolywood must understand this and have a look at good examples like "Anthropoid" Casting is OK but Aaron Paul seems a little bit heavy considering rest of the cast.
Annabelle Wallis is not the best casting choice but her body language makes her so believable when we need it.
Duration of film is approx two hours long but you won't notice. Because the directing and editing is clean, simple and fluent.
Should be rated between 6. This was a good movie that could have been an excellent movie. The character David did things that other movies make fun of, like you need a knife but pick up the banana type things.
I liked the actors, but I would like to have been sitting at the table when this was being written and saying, "O. Nobody would do that.
This is the dumbest movie I have wasted my time on. Girl goes "missing" for over a year. Guy is sad. He never goes to work and wears the same jean jacket through the whole movie - I guess then had a small wardrobe budget.
Then she saves him, wants the film that SHE hid, and then the movie ends. No answers - oh my god I want my two hours back!!!!
This was a terrific movie that really held my attention. It's one thing to give viewers a set of facts, and then let them try to come to one conclusion or another based upon the facts.
But this film is a total cheat that never gives you quite enough information to come to a logical conclusion. Basically, what they did was take the ending from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and substituted Claire and David for Newman and Redford.
The difference, however, is that we pretty much knew what the outcome of the aforementioned film was, whereas in this film, we are not given nearly enough information to come to a satisfying, logical conclusion.
Sorry, but Come and Find Me left me looking for an ending! My first ever review. I only really decided to watch this movie because i'm a big Aaron Paul fan Breaking Bad fan.
The movie was a bit slow to start off with, but to be honest, I was really surprised with it as it reached the ending. The ending of the movie was pretty cool, it was predictable but at the same time unpredictable which made me want to keep watching.
The plot line made sense to a certain extent, the flash backs were really interesting and at points confusing but all made sense as the movie went on.
I must admit, i didn't think i would have enjoyed the movie, as previously stated only watched it because of Aaron Paul, but all in all, i actually ended up enjoying the movie very much.
David Aaron Paul and Claire Annabelle Wallis are a young couple very much in love. Claire suddenly disappears and a year later David is still looking for piecing together clues from some old black and white photos Claire took.
He finds himself in a mystery that gets deeper and darker the further he looks. Film is interrupted by flashbacks that sometimes served a purpose.
David is clearly in over his head and he knows it, but persists. It is a twisty plot. Not much closure. PLOT SPOILER: Zack Whedon's Butch and Sundance ending might have worked better if we knew more of what was going on or got to care about the girl who left and the stupid sap who didn't realize he was being used.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity. You will have a hard time watching this movie without loosing interest. I would highly recommend this movie just before bed when you are trying to get sleepy.
You'll laugh at the movie you'll cry, if you spend money on this movie and you'll question why?? An error has occured.
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Nota IMDB: 5. Distributie Come and Find Me. Distribuitorul international Saban Films. Data Rating. Dupa aprox 1 ora si 10 min de vizionat am adormit grav Nu e mare lucru, suspansul dispare incet incet iar finalul lasa de dorit in sensul ca sa-si inchipuie fiecare ce vrea.
Desi acest film care se vrea a fi o drama isi propune sa creeze o atmosfera de mister cat mai profund, marea ambiguitate si stangacie scenaristica in ceea ce priveste modul total nefericit in care s-a realizat succesiunea scenelor propriu-zise ale dsfasurarii actiunii acestui film, il tracaseaza si il obosesc practic pe spectator, facand ca de fapt aceasta productie cinematografica sa fie una de slaba calitate.
Nu recomand acest film, care este mai curand ""O PIERDERE DE TIMP"", desi atmosfera de mister creeata inca din prima parte a filmului il tenteaza cu siguranta pe spectator sa INCERCE sa urmareasca in continuare acest film din curiozitatea dezlegarii misterului, dar care sfarseste intr-un mod absolut nesatisfacator.
E atat de prost filmat ca nici nu mai conteaza subiectul. Filmul a fost filmat cu telefonul mobil cred, dar macar e filmat in format landscape.
Chiar nu mai sunt camere la Holiwood? And, whatever issues I may have had with the movie, one thing is certain, Aaron does turn in a really strong and sympathetic performance.
I just wish the movie around him would have been a little better than it actually was. Zack Whedon, coming from a family of writers including his brothers Joss and Jed, certainly has a illustrious family pedigree.
And, honestly, this is the only thing I've ever seen that has Zack's fingerprints all over it. He's done some writing for television series that I have not seen, so I don't know what his style is as a writer, at least yet.
And you don't really even get a sense of what type of writer he is even after having watched this movie. Don't get me wrong, as far as as dialogue is, Zack is really good.
He's good at writing characters and this film is proof of that. David is a character that's easy to relate to. He's on the search for the women he was absolutely and madly in love with.
While on that search he finds himself deep into a web of deceit and corruption that goes up to some important people in the government.
Yet, even as he finds out more incriminating shit, his goal remains the same. And that is to find his girlfriend, who is obviously not be the person he believed her to be.
The problem I have with the films are mostly related to its tone. There's just something about the tone that I simply could not get into.
The film jumps back and forth, mixing David's present search for Claire the girlfriend with some of his memories of her.
And I liked that, it gives the narrative some dynamism. Not to mention the fact that it helps establish how much Claire actually means to David that he'd actually put his own life at risk to find her and be with her again.
I don't think the movie does this as effectively as possible, but it is fairly effective all things considered. But there's something about how the narrative plays out, particularly once David starts getting closer to finding the truth about Claire and where he is, where it just felt like this movie should have had a more comedic touch.
The fact of the matter is that this movie took itself way too seriously for how the plot played out. There's this scene where David, played the damsel in distress no less, is saved by Claire.
Before this reveal, though, you only get to see quick flashes of the person. You're not able to make out who the person is. And, I don't know why, but to me that felt like something out of a comedy movie.
Like out of Central Intelligence or something like that. There are definitely some lighter moments, some of the flashbacks have some funny moments in them.
Not like outright comedic moments, but it's more 'cute couple' stuff. But that's not what this story needed, this movie needed more comedy, even if it was deadpan or subtle.
Another thing is the fact that I found the deeper conspiracy stuff to be a little difficult to get into. It's not that it's confusing, it's just that it's uninviting and you don't particularly care about it one way or another.
It's all there to give David, and later Claire, more obstacles to overcome. That was a mistake, because if you're gonna bring in all these elements from the government to eastern-European mobsters, then at least bring them in with a more compelling angle.
But, for the most part, the villains are hardly ever seen. They are present, for sure, but they take a backseat. And I get the point of this, again, the movie wanted to focus on David's journey to find Claire again after she disappeared.
I just didn't like how all the other outside elements were mixed in with David's search. And I don't think this builds all that well to the film's climax, which is a bit obvious.
It's a movie that's just there, for the most part, and then it kicks it into high gear for the last five minutes.
That's not really enough to get you pumped or into what is, very obviously, gonna be a violent end for David and Claire.
You don't get to see this, of course, the film's ending is far more optimistic, but you know what's really gonna happen to them. It's a shame too, cause I think the movie has all the ingredients to be good, but those ingredients aren't used in the proper context in order to make a good movie.