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United Kingdom released, Blu-Ray/Region A/B/C DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( DTS-HD Master Audio ), WIDESCREEN (2.35:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Making Of, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Danny Dyer as you've never seen him before. Prepare yourself for one of the most terrifying films of the year. An all-action, adrenaline-fueled bloodbath that has been compared to Severance, Hostel and Saw, Deviation sees Danny Dyer returning to explosive form in what is being proclaimed as a career defining performance. Told over one horrifying night, Deviation will take you on a white-knuckle journey into the mind of Frank Norton (Danny Dyer - The Business, Severance), a dangerous schizophrenic murderer as he escapes from Broadmoor Hospital and embarks on a murderous rampage across London. But when Frankie takes a hostage (Anna Walton - Hellboy II), the deadly game of cat-and-mouse truly begins. We dare you to watch this alone. ...Deviation (2012) (Blu-Ray)
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F-bomb, no sex, or nudity.
But when Frank takes a hostage, the deadly game of cat-and-mouse truly begins......
You get what you pay for when you see a movie with Danny Dyer in it, namely Danny Dyer.
His surname does resemble some of the movies he has made, and this contribution, is nothing special, it does divert for the running time.
Dyer plays Dyer, albeit a strange twisted creature, one who for some reason takes on a strange accent every now and again, and he kidnaps a Nurse, and they plunder through plot holes until the predictable climax.
If you like Dyer, you probably will lap this up, if like me, you tolerate him, you will watch the film, think 'why didn't she do this/that/the other' and forget it in an instant.
Not as bad as what the critics say, not as good as Dyer fans say it is.
The only thing weirder, is why I keep watching his films. The Business and Severence were excellent (and I will admit to also like Doghouse), plus he did one about football hooliganism which was just about okay, but pretty much everything else he's done is terrible.
If you read the blurb it says, and I quote:
"NERVE-SHREDDING TERROR... DANNY DYER AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HIM BEFORE Prepare yourself for one of the most terrifying films of the year. An all-action, adrenaline-fueled bloodbath"
I have to wonder why no one's reported the film-makers for false advertising. Perhaps because no one has actually bothered to watch the films?
Dyer plays an escaped nut-job who kidnaps a middle class mum and drives her around London while he flips from being nice then nasty to her. Everywhere they stop she tries to escape and fails. Will she get away in the end? I defy many people to actually care.
I like horror and thrillers and there are some real low budget gems out there (try `Mum and Dad'), but this is not one of them. Repetitive, badly-written and not particularly well acted either.
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