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Beneath the Dark 2010 123movies

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Bring out the truth.Nov. 05, 2010102 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Driving to a wedding in Los Angeles through the Mojave Desert, Paul and his girlfriend Adrienne pull off the highway and into a Motel-Cafe. This roadside artifact proves to be a strange and surreal place with an unsettling mix of travelers, who force our couple to discover the secret hidden between.
Plot: Driving to a wedding in Los Angeles through the Mojave Desert, Paul and Adrienne pull off the highway and into Roy’s Motel and Cafe. This roadside artifact proves to be a strange and surreal place with an unsettling mix of travelers, who force our couple to discover the secret hidden between them and ultimately, the horrifying reality of their current situation.
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Reviews:

Effective, but familiar
This film begins like so many others of its genre — namely, a young couple on their way to a far away destination pull into an eerie, almost deserted motel where things aren’t what they seem.

If you think you’ve seen it before, likely you have. Beneath the Dark has strong echoes of the 2003 John Cusack film Identity, though it pales in comparison. Ahh, what to say about this movie? I enjoyed watching it, but then I am a fan of the suspense genre which has been in a serious state of drought lately. Is it a good movie? Not really. Is it a bad movie? No. The plot line does catch your interest as you watch the two very different back stories of the young traveler and the motel manager unfold. The narrative of the film makes the viewers expect the inevitable connection, which is mildly interesting once revealed. However the entire conceit of the movie is nearly immediately obvious. I suppose in a world where twisty thrillers have been around for so long, it is far more difficult to pull off true surprise. Yet I feel that the director/writer Chad Feehan missed the opportunities to misdirect the audience. One can only hope Chad was not trying for an M. Night Shyamalan production.

The film used so many clichés, that it could have been the product of a university class on the genre: the isolated motel in the Midwest and the slightly off motel manager are photocopied directly from Psycho. The jukebox that plays the same song over and over is also lifted. (Didn’t we see that in a number of Rod Serling productions?). Yet all is not as grim as this review seems. Mr. Feehan studied well, and utilized these and other familiar elements effectively.

So a sense of mild suspense persists throughout the movie. The ending is a bit of a let down — but the journey was fun.

Bottom line: If you like this genre, this movie is serviceable. I certainly wasn’t sorry I watched it, although I thought that the motel manager needed to be cast with a stronger performer. If you have nothing to do on a Saturday afternoon, punch this one up. Keep your expectations low and you might enjoy it.

Review By: jd7myers-1 Rating: 5 Date: 2010-11-28
More than The Twilight Zone!
I could easily review this film if I were to include spoilers – but in avoiding giving anything away there is so little I can say that I would like to say – this movie is shrouded in MYSTERY!

“Beneath The Dark” takes place at a desert motel … a young man (Paul) and a young woman (Adrienne) who must rest, and so cannot continue their journey. So they stop at a motel that seems to welcome them. But there is something very strange about this place – watch closely, at the beginning of the film and you will see the Motel concierge, Frank, slipping a typed-note on an A4 sheet of paper into a “Gideon’s Bible” and replacing it in the top drawer of a bedside chest of drawers in the room in which Paul and Adrienne are doomed to stay – “The Orchid Room”. Now surely, that could not possibly be construed as a spoiler – yet I have to be so careful not to give anything away!

This is the mysterious rest-stop between two worlds that you have seen in so many episodes of “The Twilight Zone” … but where in “The Twilight Zone” the story must be told in a brief introduction, two 11-minute acts, and s final short climax or dénouement, this story takes place over one and a half hours without ads. Apart from that, it is pretty much what you have been seeing on “The Twilight Zone” since 1959, and that is a compliment! (When television was influenced and employed theatre, when television was respectable and cared about the human condition!)

Without giving anything away, literally, I can say I would have given this movie more, but the concept that “law” is “truth” is a devilish lie, so I can only give it a 6 … and if IMDb’s rules would allow it, I would have given it a 6.66! What about the unparalleled intervention and interference in human affairs that is going on according to so-called “rules” and “laws” by those who put themselves in positions of so-called “authority” over us, make rules to force us to bend and submit to, and who corruptly judge us accordingly? What of the unimaginable enormity of the harm THEY do?! Perhaps that note in “The Gideon’s Bible” should not have been inserted at “LEVITICUS”, but at the place where it says: “Judge not and you shall not be judged!” Even wisdom turns to evil and maggots, when it is made into law as a subterfuge to rule over us from ABOVE and to deprive us of our universal, inalienable, un-God-given FREEDOM (which comes from BELOW)!!!

Turn down the lights, relax, and enjoy this film, but remember to temper the message at the end of this movie with a slice of raspberry pie! For … you about to enter … THE TWILIGHT ZONE!!!

Review By: e-Liza1 Rating: 6 Date: 2011-03-19

Other Information:

Original Title Beneath the Dark
Release Date 2010-11-05
Release Year 2010

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min) (USA)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Mystery, Thriller
Director Chad Feehan
Writer Chad Feehan
Actors Josh Stewart, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Chris Browning
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix SDDS, DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Technicolor
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Super 16
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Beneath the Dark 2010 123movies
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Beneath the Dark 2010 123movies
Beneath the Dark 2010 123movies
Original title Beneath the Dark
TMDb Rating 5.1 34 votes

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