The Man Who Haunted Himself, despite having a quality premise and a solid lead performance from Moore, falls short of being memorable.
The resolution is probably its biggest downfall. They talk it out and then he runs off the road, dies and disappears. Yes it resolved the situation, his life goes on, but what does it do for the viewer? Plus Pelham having those repetitive flashes while driving at the end, was really annoying. Why didn't he enjoy spending time with and want to be intimate with his wife? That was odd. It was also rather sluggish at times. I did like it, it just could of been so much more.
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