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Current Rating: 3.06

Current Rating: 3.06

based on 36 votes and 9 reviews

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  • 1 stars One of the worst movies I have ever seen. A complete waste of time and talent. Cusack is horribly mis-cast in the lame movie.
  • 2 stars Well. This movie is %#^@'d Watch it, you'll find out
  • 1 stars a complete waste of time...this movie was soo bad, it became comical
  • 1 stars one of the worst movies ever made - Zac Effron was the only person in this movie who tried to act...the rest of the cast was awful, especially Cusack. Horrible direction and writing as well..a complete mess!
  • 1 stars one of the worst movies ever made!! a complete waste of talent!
  • 3 stars Umm.. It was different, that's for sure. Some pretty twisted things added which really didn't need to be; it wouldn't have taken away from the main story if they were removed. Overall o.k.
  • 4 stars gruesome, brutal, tense, alluring... sexually, my attention focused primarily on both Zac-E and Nicole-K... wow... if that was the intention, it worked out brilliant; i definitely had eyes for both characters portrayed by the two the whole movie... (much like the other characters did to the same two), and i'm a girl!!! hahaha... but Matthew-M's character was just a subdued sexual sideshow by comparison. worth the watch.
  • 4 stars Wow! I found myself chuckling a few times throughout this film, and then suddenly shocked and disturbed at parts. John Cusak gives the creepiest performance I have ever seen and Nicole Kidman is simply brilliant.
  • 3 stars I enjoyed watching Zac Efron in this movie. It kept my attention.

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Genre:  Drama , Thriller | Running Time:  107 min.
Release date:  October 19, 2012 - Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver | On DVD/VOD:  July 9, 2013

Current rating: Rating: 3.06
based on 36 votes and 9 reviews
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Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron, John Cusack, David Oyelowo, Scott Glenn, Ned Bellamy