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(3884) 5.6 85 min 2016

Always Shine is a movie starring Mackenzie Davis, Caitlin FitzGerald, and Lawrence Michael Levine. Best friends Anna and Beth take a weekend trip to Big Sur, hopeful to re-establish a bond broken by years of competition and...

Caitlin FitzGerald, Khan Baykal, Lawrence Michael Levine, Mackenzie Davis
Thriller, Mystery, Horror, Drama
Sophia Takal

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Mystery, Horror, Drama
Director Sophia Takal
Writer Lawrence Michael Levine
Stars Caitlin FitzGerald, Khan Baykal, Lawrence Michael Levine, Mackenzie Davis
Country USA
Also Known As Démonaink, Escapade funeste, ブラック・ビューティー, Siempre amigas, Zawsze piękna, Σκοτεινές ψυχές
Runtime 1H 25M
Description Best friends Anna and Beth take a weekend trip to Big Sur, hopeful to re-establish a bond broken by years of competition and jealousy. Tensions mount, however, leading to an unexpected yet inevitable confrontation, changing both of their lives...forever.

Top reviews

Friday, 26 Jun 2020 04:20

A lot of critics, including some of the critics at IMDb, have come out strongly against this film. They say that it's "about nothing" and that "nothing" in this film is even relevant. They also point out that the film is a bit slow, and that the director has abandoned the usual "jigsaw" style that he used in the previous films. They also say that the characters are a bit cardboard, and that the direction is confusing. However, I don't think that the critics were watching the same film. I think they just didn't like the film enough. I actually found it to be quite good, although I'm not saying that it is a masterpiece. It has some flaws, but I think that the flaws in the film are exactly what makes it a good film. The story is not particularly complicated, although I wouldn't say that it's "interesting", it is just different. However, I did like how the film explored the psychological aspects of people, and how the director used the "double" aspect of the narrative to create the "darkness" of the film. The plot is a little thin and is a bit too long, but it doesn't matter because I actually found the plot to be pretty interesting. I do not believe that the film is a masterpiece, but it is a very good film. I found the film to be better than many other films in the same genre. It has a very interesting story, and I liked how the director used a "double" narrative to make the film interesting. It also has the "jigsaw" style that I like, and I do think that this style is not only used in the film, but also in the film that it is paired with the "double" narrative. I believe that the film is not only good, but also interesting. I think that this film is one of the best films of 2002, and it is one of the best films of the year. If you like psychological thrillers, and if you like films that explore the psychological aspects of people, then you should definitely check out "A Rose for Emily". I give this film a 8 out of 10.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 17:48

This is the second and last review I have ever written for this movie. I honestly think this is a better movie than the original. I did enjoy this movie much more than the first, but it still sucked balls. The first movie had its flaws. This movie had its flaws. But I am not going to sit here and put the blame on the writers and directors. I am going to sit here and admit that I liked it. The idea is pretty good and the acting was pretty good. I just think that it could have been so much better. I think that it would have been a better movie if the actors had had more money and opportunity to do more. If the actors had the chance to do more, then maybe they could have done a better job. The plot was pretty simple. The beginning was a little slow and confusing, but once it gets to the second half, it is really good. I think that the director made a good job of making the movie as suspenseful as it was. I really liked the acting in this movie. The girl in this movie was really good. The character she played was really cute and so well-played. The actor who played her husband, however, was terrible. I really liked the performance of the actor who played the two teachers. They did a pretty good job of making the movie seem like a horror movie, instead of a thriller. I really liked the movie because it was suspenseful. I think that this movie could have been much better if it was a little more artistic. I also think that the movie could have been better if it wasn't as boring as the first one. I did enjoy it, however, because of the great acting, the beautiful cinematography, and the concept of a little bit of supernatural magic. I think that it was a better movie than the original and I recommend it to anyone who likes movies that are less conventional. This movie was about as good as a horror movie can be.
Friday, 22 May 2020 04:15

This film opens with the hero's sister-in-law getting a phone call. She's sure it's her sister's son in it. It takes some time for us to get used to the image of the girl sitting in a rocking chair. Then, she starts talking, and we're treated to what we'd probably expect: a gaggle of teenagers trying to play peek-a-boo on the phone. (It's called "Fever" but the phone call is "Fever"). All the characters are juvenile, each one of them a self-righteous "the-other-is-just-too-smart-for-us" victim and all but one of them an irredeemable moron. Our hero's sister-in-law has a little girl in her home, and as soon as she gets ahold of it, she has the hots for it. She's just this very rare species of "victim" who has her moment of glory, but they're all too often burnt to a crisp. The film is a bit uneven in that the central conflict is never really resolved. There's a lot of talk about the murderer, but it's never resolved or explained. One moment is after another, when the audience is waiting for some resolution, but no, they just keep on going. It's a lot of talk about the killer, but then, he just keeps on going. It's not a horrible movie, but it's not exactly great either. And you know what? It doesn't matter. The acting is good, the plot is intriguing, and I like a good thriller. But for me, the story was a bit weak and the ending was a bit lame. You just wait for it to get better. I'm guessing that there will be a sequel. The cast is excellent. The acting is superb, as is the direction, and the production values are top notch.

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