Method (2004)

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A celebrity actress who gets her dream role playing real-life 19th century serial killer Belle Gunness in a feature film, starts to take on the characteristics of the character both on-screen and off.

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16 May 2018 | Platypuschow
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| Method: Mediocre thriller
For some reason this came up as a horror, I assure you it isn't.

It tells the story of an actress returning to the spotlight for a new movie. She decides to live on set and really become the character, trouble is she takes it a tad far and before you know it events in the movie and events in real life start to merge.

Starring the underrated Jeremy Sisto, the overrated Liz Hurley, British favorite John Barrowman and Heavy Rain (2010) star Sam Douglas it's not the cast that fails it.

Though I appreciate what they were going for it simply doesn't work, at all. It's a messy poorly constructed not so thrilling thriller.

Liz Hurley isn't a leading lady, she's a bit part character. One of those actresses who is pretty and looks the part on camera but doesn't have the acting chops and needs that weakness disguised with minimal lines.

Badly written mess, simple as that.

The Good:

Interesting concept

Sam Douglas

The Bad:

Bad delivery

Hurley isn't up to a lead role

Things I Learnt From This Movie:

Sam Douglas needs more high profile jobs!

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