You Can't Run Forever

2024

Drama / Horror / Thriller

10
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 23% · 13 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 4.4/10 10 1058 1.1K

Top cast

J.K. Simmons as Wade
Allen Leech as Eddie
Graham Patrick Martin as Deputy Dwyer
Alet Taylor as Sally
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944.22 MB
1280*640
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
Seeds 100+
1.89 GB
1920*960
English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
Seeds 100+
4.58 GB
3840*1920
English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
Seeds 26

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TotoReviews 5 / 10

Made for tv movie

Suffering from acute anxiety, young Miranda faces a new terror when a serial killer chooses her as his next target. As he chases her through the woods, she soon finds the strength she never knew she had to elude her murderous tracker. This was like a channel 5 made for tv movie but with lots of killing. The acting was so bad it was quite enjoyable. Lots of action. A daughter who looked older than her mother. A pregnant mum whose. Prosthetic pregnancy bump Would often turn to a square. Even though cringy annd embarrassing I watched it all. Action from the very start.

The dialogue was Long, pointless and laughable. There was little tension. Incompetent police officers incompetent script.

Reviewed by kmkevinn-64733 3 / 10

Some Good Moments, Cinematography & Simmons performance, the rest is downfall painful

You Can't Run Forever" embarks on a cinematic journey that is as ambitious as it is flawed. The film, directed by Michelle Schumacher, attempts to weave a tale of suspense and survival, yet falls short in execution. The film's saving grace lies in the performance of J. K. Simmons, whose portrayal of the antagonist is both magnetic and menacing. His ability to pivot from an average suburban neighbor to a lunatic with a malevolent smile is commendable. The opening sequence sets a promising stage, with Simmons' character, Wade, displaying a chillingly casual approach to violence that could have been the cornerstone of a gripping thriller. This suffers from a lack of tension and a flat direction that leaves much to be desired. The narrative struggles with tonal inconsistencies, failing to maintain the suspense necessary for a thriller of this nature. The film's pacing is erratic, and the character development is insufficient, rendering the storyline predictable and uninspired. The supporting cast, while competent, is given little material to work with, resulting in performances that feel disconnected from the film's core. The script, co-written by Schumacher and Carolyn Carpenter, misses opportunities to delve deeper into the characters' psyches, opting instead for surface-level interactions that undermine the potential intensity of the plot.

In conclusion, This is a film that had the potential to be a compelling thriller but is ultimately let down by its execution. While it may offer a glimpse of J. K. Simmons' undeniable talent, the rest of the film fails to match his prowess, leading to a viewing experience that is, regrettably, forgettable.

Reviewed by allcelebritiesarebald 6 / 10

Decent low budgeter, J.K. Simmons elevates it to watchable

It's a thriller/horror with a psycho (J. K. Simmons) on the loose. A girl gets into his crosshairs and she is the other main character. The story is simple, there is violence and one pretty disturbing scene where not everything is shown but made me kinda sick.

I assume J. K. Simmons is in this due to his wife being the writer/director, he is obviously a notch above other actors.

There is a subplot involving dealing with trauma but the movie doesn't explore it too deeply.

The refreshing part is that the police are incompetent and cowardly just like in real life, instead of the usual glorification.

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