Written by Luke Barnes
Two women, played by Lorenza Izzo and Malin Akerman, escape a cult run by the love interest from the Mindy Project
Really there isn’t a whole lot to say about this film. Its narrative of self determination and the roads that lead lost people to join up with cults and other harmful organisations is nothing new. Indeed most aspects of this film have been well-mined before by other better projects and this just feels like it is trying to replicate them to justify its existence.
The saddest thing about this film is the fact that it wastes an incredibly talented cast. Izzo, Akerman, Messina and Holt have all been really good in previous projects so there is a well of talent to draw from, yet this film just ignores that and has them be boring, forgettable and beige.
They try and do a horror/thriller aspect to the film wherein the characters believe they are being pursued by their former cult, or are they? However, in the end this just leads to a trite predictable conclusion.
Overall, a generic snooze fest that wastes good talent.
It is watchable if there are no other options and you can’t go and do something else
It wastes the talent
It is incredibly generic
It is dull
The actors are given nothing to work with
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