Horror / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56% · 18 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38% · 100 ratings
IMDb Rating 5.2/10 10 1022 1K

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Brea Grant as Laurie
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796.41 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
Seeds 7
1.6 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
Seeds 19

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by in1984 3 / 10

A Sleep Drug in Film Form

3.4 of 10. I nodded off, slept, woke up, backed up to the last scene I remembered, and forced myself to watch it all. Excellent as something to get you to sleep without any drugs. While the ending is technically impressive and the overall story a good idea, it's not executed/produced well.

Claustrophobia and other confined phobia stories are difficult challenges for film, especially when the entire film is based on it rather than just some scenes. It seems to be catching on as one of the latest fads for directors to try to prove that they can make an entire film about it interesting. As compared to Buried (2010) where the ending rescues the film, Detour's ending only makes it more entertaining and not enough so.

In short, it's more of a resume film for some technically skilled directors/cinematographers, not something to watch unless you have a job/class that requires it. If you have a class that requires it, consider it a tip to switch schools or at least cancel and opt for a different class.

Reviewed by Billiam-4 6 / 10


Intense, one-room drama makes the best of its limited premise; good TV production.

Reviewed by PrincessDani2600 7 / 10

Glad i didn't listen

I read the review complaining about this film being boring. And i almost didn't watch this. But I am really glad I and decided to watched it. I suppose I can understand why someone might call it boring. It doesn't have a ton of over the top freaking out. It isn't full of screaming and ranting or constant in your face action. What it does have is an actor able to carry a movie through until the end on his own. And believable emotional stages of such a situation.

The lack of over the top acting and panicking made this movie believable and intriguing instead of annoying. I really felt for the poor guy. I felt the lack of air and claustrophobia. If you prefer a lot of noise and yelling this isn't the film for you. I gave this film a seven because it kept me watching and made me really feel the subtle panic. Only thing lacking is maybe five more minutes at the end. But that need for more closure is just a personal preference.

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