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Ready or Not | Official Trailer – HD – Coastal House Media
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Mystery/Thriller

Release Date:

August 21, 2019

Director:

Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett

Cast:

Samara Weaving, Andie MacDowell, Mark O’Brien, Adam Brody, Henry Czerny, Melanie Scrofano, Kristian Bruun

Plot Summary:

Grace couldn’t be happier after she marries the man of her dreams at his family’s luxurious estate. There’s just one catch — she must now hide from midnight until dawn while her new in-laws hunt her with guns, crossbows and other weapons.

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Tribeca Film Festival | See for Me Review

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There’s something about home invasion films that usually makes them so thrilling and so engaging. They normally create such an immense level of tension and suspense and then they usually maintain that tension pretty much throughout the entire runtime. Usually. Unfortunately See for Me is an exception to that and despite a really promising premise with a lot of potential, it somehow falls flat and is devoid of any tension or suspense whatsoever.

Sophie is a blind former-skier that’s cat sitting for someone in a huge, secluded mansion. However, three thieves break in thinking no one’s home to empty a safe hidden in the house. Sophie must defend herself using a new app called ‘See for Me’ that connects her to a sighted person who can provide help in order to increase her chances of survival. She connects to an army veteran names Kelly who helps Sophie defend herself against the home invaders.

Based on the premise alone there’s a lot of potential in this idea and its sounds really strong. Whilst it’s not exactly new ground with other films like Don’t Breathe (2016) and Hush (2016) treading similar territory, it’s still a compelling idea. However, See for Me doesn’t really do anything new or exciting. In fact, what it does try to do differently ends up falling flat and failing.

The main character Sophie is not particularly likeable. She holds a bitterness towards everyone and as a result we never quite know where her allegiances lie. At first she’s going to steal an expensive bottle of wine from the house she’s cat-sitting in, then she decides to team-up with the robbers and she’s constantly making decisions and changing her mind and it just doesn’t seem very convincing why she’s doing these things. She’s changing her story, switching sides and she’s never particularly interesting to watch.

That’s at no fault of the actors as the performances here are all actually pretty solid and it’s very refreshing that Skyler Davenport, who plays Sophie, is visually impaired. Not only does she give a very good performance, but in terms of diversity and representation, this is definitely a win.

Unfortunately See for Me is lacking in any tension whatsoever despite a promising set up and the final film is fairly bland and dull which is very disappointing and makes for an uninspiring watch.

★★☆☆☆

See for Me premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival.

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Reminiscence | Official Trailer

A scientist discovers a way to relive your past and uses the technology to search for his long lost love. Whilst a private investigator uncovers a conspiracy while helping his clients recover lost memories.

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Sci-fi, Thriller, Romance

Release Date:

August 20, 2021

Director:

Lisa Joy

Cast:

Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, Thandiwe Newton, Natalie Martinez, Cliff Curtis, Brett Cullen, Thomas Francis Murphy

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Infinite | Official Trailer

For Evan McCauley (Mark Wahlberg), skills he has never learned and memories of places he has never visited haunt his daily life. Self-medicated and on the brink of a mental breakdown, Evan is sought by a secret group that call themselves “Infinites,” revealing to him that his memories may be real—but they are from multiple past lives.

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Sci-fi, Thriller

Release Date:

2021

Director:

Antoine Fuqua

Cast:

Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Cookson, Dylan O’Brien, Jason Mantzoukas, Rupert Friend, Wallis Day

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