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Tall Man [Blu-ray]

3.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0088749CW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #51,519 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on July 24 2015
Format: DVD
This crime/drama/mystery starts out with glass being picked out of Julie's face (Jessica Biel) then we flashback 36 hours to briefly build character. Cold Rock, Washington is a dead mining town where children frequently go missing. The town folk blame the "Tall Man." Julie is a nurse who runs the community clinic. She has taken over for her husband who was a doctor.

During this time we are introduced to Tracy (Samantha Ferris), her biker boyfriend Steven (Teach Grant), and her two teen daughters Carol (Katherine Ramdeen) who recently had a child by Steven, and Jenny (Jodelle Ferland) a self imposed mute who has seen the Tall Man. When Julie's son David is abducted, mom springs into action without thought for her personal safety.

Then the movie turns weird. We discover that the town's police car rear doors can open from the inside and poverty is a cycle that results from a broken system. The twist caught me off guard which is why I liked the film. In fact it flashes back and let's you see the clues, in case you missed them. The film raises social questions, but doesn't supply definitive answers. Good acting. Well written. I liked how the story developed. It spent just a touch too much making social comments, rather than just have the film speak for itself.

PARENTAL GUIDE: F-Bomb, no nudity, no sex.
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“I can’t figure this movie out”I have no idea why these people give this five stars,is she
killing these kids because she don’t want people to kidnap them,I’m at a lost here,
one thing for certain though,there's so many unanswered question with holes big as
the Atlantic ocean that will never be answered,because their were no special features left
from the director,of what his vision was,maybe that’s a good thing,
I see amazon has the wrong Aspect Ratio here.
Widescreen 2.35:1
DTS-HD Master Audio.
Runtime 106 Minutes.
This Is Not Scary Movie At All.You’ll See.
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good movie, but the only reason I got it is because some of the filming was in our neighborhood.
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Format: DVD
Darkness has descended over the northwestern town of Cold Rock. One by one the children are disappearing but do not be alarmed, this film too will disappear as fast as it was made. Truly one of the worst films I have ever seen in my life and I have seen a lot of films. Lets start with Jessica Biel, an actress who recently reported that she is too busy being famous to have children (I guess thats why the character she plays in this film is going around kidnapping other parents children] I think Biel should be nominated for the next Golden Raspberry Award for worst actress in a horror film. Not only is Mrs. Timberlakes acting in this film bad, what is worse is the storyline: Children vanish without a trace in a small town where everyone seems to sit around in a small town diner drinking their small town drinks and thinking their small town thoughts. None of the townsfolk seem to really be out searching for the missing children, even the police do not seem to make it much of a priority and not to mention the acting talents of William B Davis who played the Smoking Man on the X-Files being wasted. Davis plays a cop named Chestnut and he looks as lost as the other actors in the film (maybe he is waiting around for a U.F.O to get him the hell out of the film. The other actors seem to be waiting around for a better script. I expected The Tall Man to be a bloody good horror film but its just bloody horrible. Biel plays a nurse who is on a mission to kidnap children to "save" them from their poverty ridden town in order to give them a better life with much more wealthier and loving parental figures. When she is finally caught and locked up and facing the death penalty,she gives a Razzie winning performance preaching about why she has taken the children away.Read more ›
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