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(275) 5.5 60 min 2018

Notes on an Appearance is a movie starring Zia Anger, Michael M. Bilandic, and Bingham Bryant. A young man disappears amid talk of violence and demagoguery, leaving behind an obscure cache of letters, postcards, and notebooks.

Starring
Zia Anger, Kathryn Danielle, Bingham Bryant, Michael M. Bilandic
Genres
Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Director
Ricky D'Ambrose

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Director Ricky D'Ambrose
Writer Ricky D'Ambrose
Stars Zia Anger, Kathryn Danielle, Bingham Bryant, Michael M. Bilandic
Country USA
Also Known As Notas sobre una aparición
Runtime 1H
Description A young man disappears amid talk of violence and demagoguery, leaving behind an obscure cache of letters, postcards, and notebooks.

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Friday, 19 Jun 2020 20:04

Greetings again from the darkness. After the success of "Thirteen", what a disappointment. For starters, there was a single tiny cameo of the demon's name, and no real reason to tell the viewer his existence. Secondly, the director had the temerity to ask a question (when it's supposed to be a horror flick!) to the audience that will hopefully confuse them. He also asked the audience to guess what they thought he was going to do with that scene. Basically, people went to see the movie, thought they had the gist of the movie, and then the director asked them if they were right or wrong. All you can say is "yeah!" (ohhh.you got that right, right?). Well.on the other hand, for "Thirteen", the writer made a great one-liner that sums up the movie for the viewer: "Gee, I've never been so scared in my life!" It was certainly effective, though a little cheesy in some instances, and one of those "WTF?" moments. For a horror flick, "Gone Girl" is very restrained. Gone Girl is truly a movie about horror, and quite deliberately so. It's not gory in any way, but it IS more "the" kind of horror than those aforementioned zombie slashers. This movie is about a writer who's tired of his wife's previous affair with a married man (now dead) and the people he calls his "everyday" friends. Thus, he decides to write a book about the crime. The book is soon discovered to be a murder mystery and the police, most likely, are looking for the real culprit. Therefore, the writer takes it upon himself to write about the writer's discovery of the real culprit. A character (Paul.i.am) says "You're sure he's the killer." When the writer goes to interview the father (James Spader), he is told to "stay away" and to "stay far away." Later, he meets with his journalist ex-wife (Rachel McAdams), who has been by his side for a while now and who is still kind enough to give him some insight into the real nature of her ex-husband. She tells him that she had a daughter (she could be his sister) who died in the same accident as his ex-wife. Later on, we are introduced to the writer's first and only living love. A woman (Rooney Mara). Yes, the movie has a daughter named Rooney Mara. Yes, the movie has a girlfriend named Paul. Yes, Paul, a man who has a good heart (well, he's a man who loves someone and the people in his life). For a horror flick, "Gone Girl" is very quiet. There is no blood or gore, nor is there any sex or violence. The movie really does not go for the "It's-stupid-to-watch-it-because-you-don't-know-what-happened" route. It's just a beautiful, realistic, slow-paced movie with a unique plot twist at the very end. Just like "The Sixth Sense" and "Memento", "Gone Girl" is a movie that leaves the viewer wanting more. We want to know more. We want to know what happened, and how it all connects together. It's not like other horror movies, and we the viewer are the ones who need to be toying with the characters. We feel it. We want to know what happened and how it all connected together. It makes for an excellent movie to be able to watch. For those who don't like "It" films, they might not enjoy this film, as it's just a different kind of horror film. But for those who do, it will certainly be worth your time. It will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end, and make you ask yourself "what the heck just happened?"


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