PG-13 | | Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
During the summer of 1979, a group of friends witness a train crash and investigate subsequent unexplained events in their small town.
While discussing his movie, The Case, Charles Kaznyk addresses the importance of its potential "production value" a total of four times, including when he shouts the words (before the initial filming of the train station scene). The only other ... ...
I'm so worried for that boy.
Mr. Kaznyk: Joe's gonna be okay.
Mrs. Kaznyk: She was everything to him.
Mr. Kaznyk: Jack's gonna step up. He's a good man.
Mrs. Kaznyk: But he's never had to be a father before. I don't think he understands Joe.
When they show the map of where the dogs went (at around 31 mins), it shows I-675 as complete. I-675 was started in the early 1970s, but they only built it from I-70 to Fairborn. They resumed building I-675 a decade later, and was completed in 1987. The map shows it clearly going all the way from I-70 to I-75. It wasn't even close to reaching I-75 in 1979.
After the end credits finish rolling and the Knack's My Sharona simultaneously finishes playing, a small piece of Michael Giacchino's score begins to play over a black screen and then end over the Paramount logo.
PHP 18,027,484 (Philippines) (12 June 2011)
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