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P2 [2007] [DVD]

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  • Actors: Rachel Nichols, Wes Bentley, Philip Akin, Stephanie Moore, Miranda Edwards
  • Directors: Franck Khalfoun
  • Producers: Alexandre Aja, Erik Feig, Gregory Levasseur, Patrick Wachsberger
  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Tartan
  • DVD Release Date: 29 Sept. 2008
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EBO91U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,370 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Horror starring Rachel Nichols and Wes Bentley. It's Christmas Eve and Angela Bridges (Nichols), an ambitious young executive, is working late before leaving for her family's holiday party. When she gets down to the parking garage, she discovers that her car won't start. The garage is deserted and her mobile phone has no signal. When Thomas (Bentley), a friendly security guard, comes along and offers to help, Angela nervously accepts his gesture of good will. Soon after a failed attempt to start her car, he invites her to stay and share a small Christmas dinner he's preparing in the parking office, but she laughs it off. Angela doesn't realise this is no laughing matter - Thomas has been watching her closely for months and his dinner invitation is not optional. If Angela wants to live to see Christmas morning, she must find a way to escape from level P2 of the parking garage.

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P2 does for car parks what Psycho did for showers. I was reluctant to watch it as the plot sounded pretty boring... but somehow, P2 turned out to be one of the tightest and most consistently thrilling horror films of the year.

By now, you'll probably know what it's about: Its Christmas time, and a lady (Rachel Nichols) is planning to leave work and drive to the annual family get-together. Everything takes a turn for the worst when her car won't start and she seeks help from the 'friendly' supervisor (Wes Bently). The tension begins to build...

She's trapped in the building. Nobody knows where she is. Her car won't start. The lights go out...

The whole point in me writing this review is to say: P2 is so much more than just `two people chasing each other around a car-park like idiots': It's basically an amazing, 90-minute scare-sequence. There's no time to take a breath or to get bored; all the horror and the action is brutally consistent.

Brilliantly shot and acted, P2 will scare the pants off you! Try it, you won't be disappointed.
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How many times have you been really excited about a film, only for it to turn out to rubbish? Equally, there are times when you have low expectations and something turns out to be pretty good. P2 is a prime example of this as the premise sounds so boring you wonder how anyone could make an interesting TV episode out of it, let alone a whole film.

P2 is set solely in an underground car park and is simply a game of cat and mouse between two characters. There are only a handful of other characters but their screen time is limited. What makes the film stand out is great acting from both leads. Rachel Nichols gives her best performance to date and Wes Bentley plays his role with enough menace to be a believable villain. Also, the fact that it's set in one place gives the film a very foreboding and claustrophobic atmosphere which adds to the tension.

Overall P2 is definitely an above average horror/thriller. Its screenplay comes from Alexandra Aja, who directed the brilliant (and terrifying) Switchblade Romance. Whilst P2 is not as tense as that, it still has an unsettling edge and if you haven't seen it then I recommend that you do.
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By Pete Johnson VINE VOICE on 23 Oct. 2010
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The performance by Rachel Nichols raises this well above many of its type. At no time does she do the helpless girl, or screaming useless woman part. A creepy thriller with only two main characters and almost no other cast. Sounds impossible to do but it pulls it off completely. This has the feel of a French film, though it is American. The US film industry rarely trusts the viewer, usually dealing out plot spoilers and warnings within a few minutes. This time, they have gone all European, letting the tension build and the plot take its course. The subterranean setting of the underground car park helps build the atmosphere, and adds to the claustrophobic feel of the film. Think 'Creep' without the dribbling monster. This is a situation that you can see yourself in, with no science fiction or unrealistic elements added, or necessary. For any fan of the slasher movie, psychological thriller, or victim against the odds plot, it is a must buy.
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I wasn't expecting too much from this - just something to pass the time watching it on Prime- but I was very pleasantly surprised as this was actually a good film. In spite of the fact you mainly only see 2 characters and they spend the whole time in the car-park/office building it was still very interesting, tense and exciting. I really liked the female lead who didn't conform to usual stereotypes in this kind of film - instead of thinking "What on earth are you doing that for, don't be so silly" as I usually do, I found myself thinking "good idea"! She was very believable as a smart professional woman having to figure out what to do whilst still understandably being upset. She was also easy to relate to and did not play the victim. I've not really seen the actress before but she was very good. Overall an enjoyable, tense thriller that didn't get too far-fetched and kept me on the edge of my seat pretty well.
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I thought I was watching a horror, it's a thriller with some gruesome bits, but a really really good / scary thriller.
The main actress was brilliant, usually actresses let our sex down acting overly emotional or coy or frightened. She however seemed to get the balance just right.
There's not much cast in this film yet it keeps you on your toes, I wasn't bored for one moment!
I don't usually like films like this but I was pleasantly surprised.
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Buy this - its an amazing film for starters, and then there's the resale value....

It really is limited in terms of copies published, and so a good investment. Helped by the fact the movie is nothing short of excellence.

I've seen DVDs similar reach £45 Plus - but look around on ebay and play.com first.
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Many 'b' movies are really not worth watching and boy have i made a few mistakes after reading the write-up, however 'P2' isn't bad it's certainly worth a watch.
'Angela' (Rachel Nichols) leaves the office where she works and makes her way down to level '2' where her car awaits, it won't start.....
'Thomas' (Wes Bentlley) who is the 'car park' security- guard offers help, now 'Angela' needs to get home to her family to join them at the start of the Christmas vacation.
What 'Angela' wasn't aware of is that 'Thomas' had followed her after she left work.every night on 'CCTV' from his office.
'Thomas' wants and insists on her company over Christmas, he's spent too many alone down the years.
Now a struggle for survival begins.
There is several passages of 'tension' and moments of graphic violence within the film, as i've mentioned it's not a great film but worth a watch at least.
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