Alone (2020) 1080p

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98 min
IMDB Rating:
6.2 / 10 
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Directors: John Hyams [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A recently widowed traveler is kidnapped by a cold blooded killer, only to escape into the wilderness where she is forced to battle against the elements as her pursuer closes in on her.


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Self Digging Holes & Vanishing Shovels...

Failing to consult Kidnapping for Dummies, Rescuing for Dummies, Escaping for Dummies and, more importantly, Filmmaking for Dummies leaves you hoping for an audience of Dummies, good luck!

Stupidity at it's best

Its astonishing that this movie has an avg rating of 6.2. Dumb characters, making extremely stupid things for the sake of the plot

I give it 2/10 just for the sake of the beautiful forest where this movie wad mostly shot in

Realistic story of survival that holds to the end

I enjoy survival movies because I like to put myself in the situation - how would I react? What would I do? This movie is very believable, especially from a female perspective. The heroine, Jessica, is not a "superhero" nor is she a victim. She isn't "blond, buff & twenty" like most of victims portrayed these days. Instead, she is your sister, daughter, friend - just a regular youngish (30?) woman, moving from one place to another, pulling a U-haul behind her much used car. Same for the "man." Average looking, even a little common looking - exactly the kind of guy you see everyday at the store or gas station. Their "meeting", too, is an event that occurs a million times a day all over the world. As I watched this, I found myself thinking, "I've done that..." Don't get me wrong, this isn't a feminist film at all. The movie keeps your interest simply because it is so believably realistic - Jessica and the man act and react like one would expect - not like a character in a script. And the ending, though violent, dirty and degrading, was not how I expected this particular story to end. Definitely worth watching.
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