Angels Crest Movie Reviews
User reviews on Angels Crest
This film was whatever and I do not recommend seeing it in the theaters. I felt that the film was way too scattered and not cohesive at all and there were a lot of weeping but a little action and that annoyed me. There were several very good performances in the film but they could not elevate this film and most of the characters were not developed enough for me to care about them or be interested in them. I also felt that there were a lot of indie movie cliches and I am definitely not a fan of that. Overall, this film is not worth your time or your money.
I did not enjoy watching this film and I do not recommend seeing this film in the theaters. I found this film to be very depressing and dark and i do not like when films make me feel sad and this one sure did that. I felt that the film was also not very cohesive and I was confused about the plot. There were couple great performances in this film but it could not save the film from being dull. I also did not believe the emotions in the film and not because of the actors but because of the script. Overall, i would not waste money on this film.
I did not like this film and I do not recommend seeing it in the theaters. I think that the film was very depressing and did not feel cohesive either. I felt that the characters were not developed fully even though the performances were very strong and captivating it could not make up for the act that the characters lacked depth. I also thought that the film was stretched out and it did need to be as long as it was. Overall, I did not have a good time watching this film and I do not think it is worth the price of the movie ticket.
This is a drama about a disappearance of a 3-year-old boy, the film is directed by Gaby Dellal and stars Thomas Dekker, Lynn Collins and Elizabeth McGovern. I thought this film was alright but I do not think it is worth seeing in the theaters. The film is based on a novel by Leslie Schwartz and the book is much better than the film (as usual) because the movie is not able to grasp the sense of tragedy that you feel when you read the book. The main problem of this film is that the characters are not developed and the subplots do not feel important or interesting. The main story is still very interesting and intriguing but it lacks genuine emotion and that makes the audience not care as much as the director would want us to care. I do think that the performances in the film were great and Thomas Dekker was very good in his role.