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Dark by Noon

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Ireland  •    •  96m  •    •  Directed by: Alan Leonard, Michael O'Flaherty.  •  Starring: Patrick Buchanan, Tim Dillard, Grace Fitzgerald, Sorcha Herlihy, Anthony Murphy, Robert O'Connor, Michael O'Flaherty, Michael O'Flaherty, Pamela Renwick, Raymond S. Kinsella, Lesa Thurman, Shane Thomas Whisker.  •  Music by: David Cunningham, James Slevin.
      Having a perfect memory isn't all its cracked up to be for Rez. But a secretive semi government group headed up by his old mentor needs him. Heisting the future 8 hours at a time Haycock needs Rez for his special skills. But when they find they have 8 hours to prevent or ignore a potential catastrophe. Rez knows he can stop this. He already lost a wife working for Haycock in past. Now he must save his daughter and a city unaware its about to be destroyed.

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The complexity of this story-line would not be easy even for Hollywood's greatest and at times throughout the film the team actually manage to deliver a great result.

However, as a whole this is one of those movies you wouldn't watch a second time. Although it may provoke your curiosity, that's about as far as it will go and you wouldn't watch it a second time, full stop. The director certainly has a case to answer here. This movie just drags, and drags, and drags, and drags some more. Seriously, who pulls a gun on someone seemingly disposable only not to pull the trigger, when on previous occasions that same character is ruthless in executing disposables with a bullet to the head? This can be observed throughout the movie: people pointing guns at each other and for seemingly unknownunapparent reasons not pulling the trigger, dragging the whole scene out like someone pulling gum out of their mouth in slow motion.

Special effects: 7.5 10 Acting: 5.5 10 Director: 2 10 Editor: 4 10 Audio Technicians: 4 10

To put it bluntly: if I were watching this on the big screen, I would ask for a refund half way through.


Review by Damian G from the Internet Movie Database.