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Undeniably hard to forget
I don't remember in what year I watched this movie (back when I used to rent VCDs) but I'm writing this review now in 2016 randomly just because I'm back on thriller movies marathon again recently, this movie came to mind and I can still remember almost every plot of it. That's just how good it is.
I call good movies when they can stay in my head for a long time after watching, and with emotional involved too. How the director built the emotional issues between the couple was very well done and I enjoyed every thrill I felt as the terror came one at a time. The presence of Luke Wilson as an ordinary man, a regular person just like us is what I really adore here. I keep remembering how he can be sharp in such pressuring situation and manage to stay calm and logic. Most thriller movies feature characters that would at least act panic, do stupid mistakes or be the whining ones (admit it, you always know the whining ones will always be dead, sometimes first). This man was just not any of them.
Usually the first hour of these kind of movies is all about the mystery and the next hour is about the revealing, the part when I sometimes push the fast-forward button if the scenes are too lame or predictable that I just want to know the result. Not this movie. The processes kept me watching and I enjoyed them. I give 10/10 because I couldn't remember any mistake in this movie, if there's any. What matters is that it still stuck in my memory until now and I'm waiting for it to fade so I can watch it again and go through all the terrors and frightening set-ups like I haven't before.