Weapons (2007)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama


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Weapons presents a series of brutal, seemingly random youth-related killings over the course of a weekend in a typical small town in America,and tragically reveals how they are all interrelated.


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6 February 2007 | lilskatewaker
10
| very good
I cannot believe this movie got such a low rating. This movie was excellent. I saw it at the Sundance Film Festival and it was the best movie i saw. I saw around 14 movies. I would recommend seeing this when it comes out in theaters. The older (40+) might not be so keen to it but is definitely a movie for teens and older. This movie doesn't hype anything up or change how things are in real life. The music, the filming, the scenes all fit perfectly together. If I'm correct this was an independent film which I think makes it all better. Also, if this is the correct film I am thinking off, I'm pretty sure the director said that this film was filmed with no lights except the sun and lamps. Yet, the colors and exposure are still amazing. The movie all ties together perfectly at the end and doesn't leave you staring blankly trying to figure out what just happened. The movie has a comedic, action, and suspenseful feel to it.

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