Another problem: Her repetitive attempts to phone for help whenever Amy zaps back to her Stingray very quickly turn into the kind of running gag that inspires drinking games. Camera color , Editor: Giorgio Daveed. Producers: Christopher Lawrence Chapman, Giorgio Daveed, Jeff Miller. The acting is good, sound is good, camera shots are mostly good. I feel like it probably once had a coherent story - like this is one that made more sense before the final edit, perhaps. But it kinda fits in with the idea that major parts of the story we're seeing were created in the editing room.
It has no allegorical intentions, topical, moral, religious or political. And how does this all come together? The Summer of scamming continues! There are a couple of scenes during the final moments that don't make sense -- like an explanatory point in the 2nd to last scene that's contradicted by something in the next-to-last scene. Instead, the filmmakers follow Amy Barrett Danielle Harris as she hops back and forth between the aforementioned Stingray, stalled in a traffic jam during an evacuation mandated by an approaching Category 5 hurricane, and a forebodingly underpopulated hospital, where she is repeatedly pursued down byzantine hallways by a skeleton crew of surgically-equipped nurses, doctors and orderlies. And now we are on a rampage killing people. Patient on Floor I really enjoyed this movie. Now there's a talk with a mom.
As the credits rolled I felt cheated to invest my time in characters and plot that never lead anywhere. A car that no longer is around. News Source: ------------------------- - Don't Forget to Like, Comment, Share, Subscribe and press the bell icon button to get daily instant news alert. This story should have been good. . There should be an easy to find website that would list movies like this where you can find out what was really going on.
Starring Danielle Harris, Jeff Denton, Katie Keene and Chris Hahn. Seriously, take my money already! It's a minor issue overall and wouldn't even be a spoiler if I said what it was. A sister in the hospital. It took a while to figure out whats going on. Drowsy Female as Isabella Sofia Menna. The movie was really pretty good.
Director: Christopher Lawrence Chapman With: Danielle Harris, Jeff Denton, Katie Keefe, Crystal Cordero, Chris Hahn. An alternately skittish and sluggish horror-thriller about a time-tripping distressed damsel that isn't quite laughable enough to qualify as parody. Two divas from the block, the American princess of Crazy Rich Asians, a Riverdale sweetheart, , and more? Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. After all is said an done, nothing is linked together. No point to the secondary characters being there. Worse, as she affects an exaggeratedly determined expression and aggressively pumps her arms, some of that running is borderline comical. At first, you're like the main character, trying to figure out what is going on.
Everyone who keeps saying they didn't know what happened probably didn't pay enough attention. The movie has a lot of intrigue and complexity, and the central actors did a great job. A sheriff, a girl selling nyloft mascara. In news that will basically revolutionize the movie industry as we know it probably not, but it's definitely made my week brighter , is leading a film inspired by that follows a group of former strippers through drugs, strip clubs, and the pure hustle. No point to anything because they never link anything together. Instead, the filmmakers follow Amy Barrett as she hops back and forth between the aforementioned Stingray, stalled in a traffic jam during an evacuation mandated by an approaching Category 5 hurricane, and a forebodingly underpopulated hospital, where she is repeatedly pursued down byzantine hallways by a skeleton crew of surgically-equipped nurses, doctors and orderlies. Crew: Director: Christopher Lawrence Chapman.
Some girl with a stuffed elephant. What I thought was happening might not have been. Film Review: 'Inoperable' Reviewed online, Houston, Nov. The ending is fine -- it fits the setup well. Inoperable is an effective low-budget thriller. With: Danielle Harris, Jeff Denton, Katie Keefe, Crystal Cordero, Chris Hahn. Screenplay: Christopher Lawrence Chapman, Jeff Miller.
Executive producer: Christopher Lawrence Chapman. Executive producer: Christopher Lawrence Chapman. Producers: Christopher Lawrence Chapman, Giorgio Daveed, Jeff Miller. It just wasn't telegraphed well. Camera color , Editor: Giorgio Daveed.