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A billion and 1 plot holes
on 23 January 2014
To get the good stuff out of the way first. It has Bill Moseley in it. The motives of the kidnappers had potential but was not fully explained so is pretty irrelevant. And that about covers it.
The script is trite, the film is trite. It starts with a girl who goes to some rural location to scatter the ashes of her Dad down a river. While there she meets a seemingly friendly man who offers to walk her back to her car. When they get back to the road however, her car has vanished without trace. The mans explanation is that the local sheriff probably towed it away. I mean come on, she was only there for like 10 minutes! Enough time for the authorities to pass by, arrange a tow truck and just simply take it without checking around first? OK. Anyway, was the girl upset or angry that her car was missing? No. Does she bother to question this guys explanation? No. From this point onwards it just gets worse, the 'highlight' being a scene of unintentional forced incest which is so poorly realised it is just ridiculous and more funny if anything.
There are so many plot holes here and questionable decisions that it borders on ludicrous. Bill Moseley is great but he can't save this hopelessly generic film. Avoid at all costs.