26 June 2019 | paul_haakonsen
It had potential...
The 2018 movie "The Night Sitter" from directors and writers Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco definitely had potential. But it ended up as being a very scrambled mess of a movie, and I lost interest in it fairly quickly given the fact that the characters were essentially as interesting as the tarmac of a rundown airport.
The concept idea of "The Night Sitter" had some interesting ideas and elements, but it was just brought to life on the screen in a very lackluster manner, and the movie suffered terribly from that.
And it didn't help to boost the movie or its enjoyment one bit that the storyline was so prolonged and slow-paced. It literally felt like you were getting nowhere while watching the movie. It took writers Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco so long to get from A to B, and managed to cram in very little of interest along the way.
Yes, I managed to endure "The Night Sitter" to the very end, hoping that the movie would do a 180 and become interesting. It just never happened, and I must also admit to be using my phone frequently throughout the course of this movie.
Definitely not a movie I can recommend that you waste your time, money or effort on. Nor is it a movie that I will ever be returning to watch a second time around.