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Studio: E1 Entertainment
Cast: Anna Kendrick, Paul Wesley, Tania Raymonde, Chuck Carter, Olivia Dawn York, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Jon Gries
Director: Nathan Hope
Release Date: June 02, 2009
Rating: R for (language, sexual content, violence/disturbing images, and some drug and alcohol use by teens)
Run Time: 01h:45m:57s
Genre(s): suspense thriller
ìThey should give you the Golden Virgin Merit Badge.î - Jillian (Tania Raymonde)
Apparently this flick made it into a handful of theaters unnoticed, earlier this year. The young cast and premise are at least somewhat intriguing.
Movie Grade: D
DVD Grade: C
Cell phones and teenagers are two things that go hand-in-hand these days. If you happen to actually
come across a teenager without a cell phone, then chances are, they arenít exactly in the most popular crowd in
their school. Quite a few teenagers also spend half of their time on the internet, doing everything they can to keep
the makers of network monitoring software gainfully employed. Given these recent crazes, itís not really hard to
fathom the recent influx of mobile phone/internet-oriented movies starring young actors. Most of these films look
at the potentially harmful side of this technology, focusing on online predators or even going so far as associating
supernatural killers with cell phones (One Missed Call). 2008ís Elsewhere is one of the more recent of this lot, and
while it never had a fare shake at a wide theatrical release, the movieís young cast (led by Twilightís Anna
Kendrick) should make it a sleeper hit on DVD.
Sarah (Anna Kendrick) is your typical modern-day high school student. Spending most of her time either browsing
the internet or texting friends on her cell phone, Anna fits in perfectly with the likes of the overly flirtations Jillian
(Tania Raymonde). Growing up in the small town of Goshen, Indiana boys are usually the only thing these girls
have to worry about. Of course, something has to go wrong, and Jillian suddenly goes missing, leaving Sarah
scrambling to find her. Initial clues lead Sarah to believe that a mysterious person whom sheíd been chatting with
online abducted Jillian, but a series of strange cell phone calls and texts lead her in an entirely different, and totally
The main issue with Elsewhere is that itís just so incredibly slow moving. While itís ok for a movie to have a few
lulls, the first half hour here is so amazingly lifeless and full of unnecessary dialogue that I canít blame anyone for
giving up before things really get going. The rest of the proceedings arenít much better, as we get one pointless,
dialogue-heavy sequence after another. As far as the ìmysteryî goes, the revelation of the truth behind Jillianís
disappearance is beyond predictable. So, we basically have a movie that moves at a snailís pace throughout, and a
mystery that can be solved at the 15-minute mark by anyone thatís ever seen a thriller before. Therein lies the
reason that youíve probably never heard of this flick before.
Much of the film, itself is forgettable, but I canít get past the blatant rip-off of the Friday the 13th seriesí ìKi-ki-ki-
ma-ma-maî chant during a dream sequence. If youíre unfortunate enough to see this scene for yourself, youíll
know what Iím talking about, but thereís really no reason to use such a recognizable, movie franchise staple. Given
the numerous shortcomings of this slow, boring, pointless, predictable mess, itís clear that more time should have
been spent writing a tighter, developed screenplay which might have resulted in an entertaining, edgy film.
Posted by: Chuck Aliaga - May 31, 2009, 12:03 pm - DVD Review
Keywords: small town, mysteriously disappearing, diary
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