All Alone (2011)

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An over-populated, concrete-filled Los Angeles drives Maggie into fear and isolation. On the edge, her cries for change are neglected by her husband Ben. When she turns to her dysfunctional... See full summary »


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15 July 2012 | missylydi
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| really bad screenplay
OK, after the film I wondered which bunch of students created this movie. So I found out that a couple of artists came together to produce this movie and also acted in it themselves. From that perspective, maybe it was a good effort. But from a viewers point of view, I need to say that this movie is not enjoyable. It does not convey any message whatsoever. I was hoping for a lot of suspense but nothing that happened in the story surprised me. I watched the movie till the end, but the only effect this movie has is that you start to appreciate other films that are not as bad as this one. To cut things short: The dialogues are mostly silly. The characters are not believable. They act and talk weird. The whole story is just way too simple and obvious. I'm sorry, but this movie cannot be taken seriously.

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