Appleton (2015)

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In the rural farm town of Appleton, Wisconsin, a harsh winter has set in and a rogue figure named Mitchell has returned to the town he once terrorized. Maddy Ballister lost her father at ... See full summary »


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5 May 2019 | Call-Me-Mr-Smith
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| Good effort
I can't agree with the extremely negative reviews, so I feel obliged to balance the things. This is a solid indie movie that starts confusedly and unsure of the proper pace, develops nicely for the longest part, and ends a bit messy and in the underwhelming way. Most of the characters played competently (I particularly liked Marv and Miller), but the female cast was on the weaker side. Very competent cinematography, decent directing and editing, adequate sets, unnoticeable music score...All in all, still worth watching, and not only for the indie lovers. The score hovers between 5 and 6 out of 10.

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