Blackout (I) (2001)

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A mother and her two children are stuck in a mall during a power outage while police hunt for a killer.


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25 February 2007 | tryfound
5
| Average late-night thriller
The film follows the story of a mother and her daughter and son who get caught in a shopping mall when a blackout occurs. Unfortunately for them, a killer is in the buildings and already had his eyes on the attractive 15-year old girl. The films has an odd stiffness about it, mainly due to a script that's poorly written which gives no room for generally good actors to shine with a level of emotion and realism. Special mention goes to Alexandra Picatto for a tense, gripping performance that brings the film up a notch.

The film serves its purpose though, late-night thriller that's passable enough to fill some time before dozing off to a good night sleep.

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