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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00429C1TI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 184,877 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Drury on 28 April 2012
Format: Blu-ray
This is a Gem of a little film in my opinion, great thriller with a good story, this is a remake of a 1970 film with the same title. The cast is great and very believable, Amber Heard is on a roll at the moment with some great movie roles, she is fantastic in this! This is not a movie that has any gore or a large amount of violence but still delivers some good thrills and keeps you pulled in till the end mainly because of the nice locations and the two beautiful main stars and its an interesting idea that keeps you wanting to know how it will all end. Worth a watch for sure!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Benminx on 11 July 2011
Format: Blu-ray
When two young American girls decide to cycle through Argentina together, they stop in a little back-country town and decide to hit the town's only bar to celebrate the last night of their journey. Getting a little too drunk, they manage to get themselves in hot water and miss their ride to the airport. Stuck for things to do for a whole day, they decide to go exploring, but the drunken resentments of the night before well up and lead to a fight. Separating briefly, Amber Heard's Stephanie soon realises something's wrong when she goes back for her friend only to find her missing without a trace.
None of the townsfolk seem to want to help, everybody keeps sharing nervous glances, and a friendly American who's inexplicably hanging around the town may or may not be too friendly...
The 'tourists lost in a foreign country, out of their depth and unable to speak the language or get help' formula has been quite well trodden by everything from 'Turistas' ("Paradise Lost") on downwards, and while this is a well directed effort with good tension and some truly oustanding scenery and filming, the idea can't help feeling a little well-worn.
You're never in any doubt that Stephanie will get some kind of answer whether good or bad, and you're never in doubt that someone will turn out not to be who they seem.
It's execution has good tension, and the movie improves towards the climax. By the final scenes, the predictability has fallen away to be replaced by increasing fear and uncertainty, and it has a very well handled ending. A good thriller that may feel a little familiar for most of its length, but rewards viewing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 24 Sept. 2013
Format: DVD
Young women are being kidnapped in Argentina. Amber Heard, who I raved about in Exterminators, was not as impressive in this role, primarily due to poor script. Two American girls venture out on their own to visit the countryside in Argentina. They stay in a small town, where Elle, the floozy of the two causes them to miss their bus. They spend the day sun bathing in bikinis and then have a split up over moralistic differences.

Elle is kidnapped and everyone in town seems to be a suspect, or at least by the soundtrack. Karl Urban agrees to help, but she doesn't trust him either. This isn't like the 80's kidnappings where the women were stripped, raped and tortured. No nudity or sex.

I would fast forward until the girls are in bikinis, that is when the action starts in this slow mover.
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By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 23 Nov. 2011
Format: DVD
Once again Hollywood reminds us that if we act `naughty' (you know what I mean, right?) and don't *ahem* play safe with strangers, we deserve a grisly end.

Straight-laced Stephanie (Amber Heard) and her best friend, drunken harlot Ellie (Odette Annable) are holidaying in Agentina in a small town where the locals frequently give each other random glances of morbid knowingness. There they meet a couple of creepy guys and Karl Urban (who, for some reason, seems to act like he's embarrassed to be in this film). Sadly, Ellie is a wild-child and plays the price when she disappears mysteriously.

The cops are no help (when are they ever in these filmic cases?!) so Amber has to go it alone to find her.

And that's about it. You've probably seen it before. It's average and there are not too many surprises, only plenty of moments where you shout, "Hit him again!" at the screen when one of the girls smacks the bad guy over the head with a blunt object ONCE then just runs away, leaving him to get straight back up and come after her.

Oh, and for the guys - Amber Heard strips down to a bikini (as she seems to in most her movies - is she contractually obliged, or something?) at about the half hour mark. You may want to turn it off after that.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ms. J. F. Gilby on 8 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
Samantha and Ellie (Amber Heard and Odette Yustman) are two best friends who are enjoying the final day of their holiday in Argentina, ignoring the sudden disappearences of young women that are flashed in the newspapers and missing posters. When they have a arugement, the pair walk away until Samantha finds that Ellie is nowhere to be seen. With the help of mysterious Michael (Karl Urban), they must find her friend before darkness falls. It has some wonderful scenery of Argentina, great pefomances from Heard and Urban who is drop dead gorgeous. The tenison is always there, gripping the viewer tight until the credits roll. While it won't win awards or be the best film ever, And Soon The Darkness is one to check out for friday or saturday night viewing.
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By Richard Morton TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 29 May 2014
Format: DVD
And So the Darkness didn't do much for me sadly. Its a thriller in the same vein as Paradise Lost/Turistas and Wolf Creek but both of those are better films. If you love those films you'll maybe get something out of this but it won't show you anything you haven't seen before.

The set up is basic but good enough. Two girls are on a cycling holiday in Argentina when one of them vanishes, the other then sets out to find her. A few different shady characters are introduced early on as possible culpritswwhich I thought would lead to a good whodunit. It's a shame that this is largely wasted and the film ticks along with a surprising lack of suspense or tension towards a predictable conclusion.

It's well acted and the scenery looks great but overall it was an underwhelming experience.
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