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Plush [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.1 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00EI3YG0K
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This is a weird movie - about adultery, insanity and murder.

It's well acted and well filmed. The basic story is okay, and quite simple. An obsessed fan manages, through subterfuge, to join a rock band as a replacement guitarist. He then sets about to get involved in the life of the lead female singer ... only she's married. Things turn nasty. It ends up being a film about a young woman struggling to survive as her life gets turned upside down.

Unfortunately, I found the plot to be rather weak - in terms of how the story develops. The obsessed guitarist seems quite normal and nice one moment, and psychopathic the next. Perhaps the movie needed editing differently?

I found the first half of the film to be well done, establishing the characters and the story. But the second half seemed rushed and rather chaotic. Yet, I suspect it will appeal to many viewers.

The best thing about the movie is Emily Browning's acting. Had she not been in it, I'd have awarded it two stars. But she brings an intensity and seriousness to the film that elevates it.

Note: the Blu-ray is a German release. It's excellent picture and sound quality. You have to go into 'set up' to switch to English audio.
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The film opens with a man getting his rocks off to a woman tied in a chair. Cue credits...

Jack (Thomas Dekker) and his sister Hayley (Emily Browning) are famous dark rock musicians. Hayley gets married to Carter (Cam Gigandet) and nice guy journalist and they have twins. Jack meanwhile OD. Enzo (Xavier Samuel) who is obsessed with their music, replaces Jack in the band. It isn't long before the formulaic infidelity and with Enzo becoming too dark for Hayley...and oh, they tie back into the beginning in a most boring way.

The lack of originality made this thriller, lacking for real thrills. Okay rental.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, brief nudity (Emily Browning)
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"Plush" (2013 release; 99 min.) is the name of a rock band fronted by singer Hayley (think of her as Amy Lee of Evanescence-meets-Hayley Williams of Paramore) and her brother Jack who plays the electric guitar. In the first 10 minutes of the movie, Jack dies of a drug overdose, and Hayley must plow on with the band. Jack's replacement in the band, Enzo, is openly gay but nevertheless has his eyes on Hayley, who is married (to Carter) with 2 young kids. Being on the road and insecure, Hayley finally gives in to Enzo's advances and they start a blazing hot affair. While all this is happening, a creepy guy who claims to be a mega-fan of Hayley keeps following her around. At the end of the tour when Hayley returns hom, Enzo manages to befriend her kids and Carter. At this point we are not even halfway into the movie. Will Hayley and Enzo continue their affair? Does Enzo have his eyes also on Carter? Can Hayley and Carter save their marriage? And what are the real motives of that creepy fan stalking Hayley? To tell you more would surely ruin your viewing experience of this plot-heavy movie, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

Couple of comments: first and foremost, this movie is directed, co-written and co-produced by Catherine Hardwicke, who brought us the first of the "Twilight" movies, and more recently "Red Riding Hood", just to name those. This movie displays very much the same touch as "Twilight", even if the subject matter is quite different. Second, the music plays a HUGE role in this movie, and comes from uber-producer Nick Launay (Nick Cave, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grinderman, and many others). The music itself is definitely along the Evanescence-meets-Paramore lines. Third, the acting performances were not quite as good or as believable as I had hoped.
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I didn't read the synopsis for this movie before I bought it, bought for the actor Xavier Samuel. My word, certainly didn't expect that ending. Great thriller.
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