#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Three documentary filmmakers set out on a journey into Arizona’s Superstition Mountains to uncover the truth about the most famous lost gold mine in the world – the Lost Dutchman Mine, purportedly the home to a treasure worth 200 million dollars. After they mysteriously disappeared, their camera was found. . . were they victims of the Dutchman’s curse?
Plot: In March of 2011, three filmmakers disappeared in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona while documenting their search for the Lost Dutchman mine. Their bodies were never found… but their camera was.
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Paranormal Activity with more Frights and Eye Candy
I caught the premiere of this movie at the Austin Films Festival last night. The experience was enhanced by the screen writers and producers being in the audience. Firstly, the cinematography was very enjoyable. Shot in Arizona by the real-life Superstition Mountains, this movie is easy on the eyes with nature shots (and Sage Howard shots) alternating with sepia scenes (for when the characters are supposedly filming on their camera phones). The film makes great use of seemingly extended pauses before any tense moment, which left us leaning forward in our seats. However, I’ll admit that the jump scares and sudden loud noises got old to me after a while, because I think I jumped every time the radio came on randomly. The filming in documentary style really helped us meet the characters. I enjoyed the dilemma the main character faced in her friends’ safety versus great footage for her documentary. My biggest complaint is the number of unanswered questions. Three or four plot elements were introduced and then not later addressed to my satisfaction. This added to the suspense in the case of the time warps, but in most cases distracted me because I was left curious. The ending was complete but cliché. Conclusion: Paranormal Activity with more Frights and Eye Candy.
Probably one of the worst films in the genre of “Found Footage”.
This is a blatant rip-off of “The Blair Witch Project”, with the ending being ripped-off from “Rec/Quarantine”.
Instead of looking for the Blair Witch, our three characters (2 guys and a girl….just like the “Blair Witch Project”) are looking for the lost Dutchman mine. They talk to the locals (just like “B. W. P.), then park their car and head out into the desert (just like “B. W. P. Headed out into the woods). First night is calm, second night is crazy, third night is crazier (again, just like….you know).
I’ll make this short. Pretty much everything that happens in B. W. P. Happens in this film, so there really is nothing original. The three characters end up running around and panicking, getting lost and yelling at one another. One of the characters end up succumbing the whatever evil lies in the desert terrain, and that makes the other two characters freak out and look for their friend (I almost expected them to start calling out “Josh!?!”).
As far as the actors go, imagine a high school drama class getting their hands on some camcorders and saying, “Hey, let’s make a found footage movie!”. Yeah, that is the level of talent. One highlight of the talent hired to be in this crappy film is that one of the actors does take a picture of his “junk”, which didn’t really surprise me.
Lastly, one of the most annoying aspects of this failure film is that one of the cameras uses a 8mm filter effect, so a good forth of the film is seen through that effect. It adds nothing, it means nothing, it looks stupid, and it gives you a headache after a while. I have no idea what possessed the director to make the choice of using a 8mm filter effect, other than immaturity and lack of talent.
Every film goer and “Found Footage” aficionado should avoid this film. It not only plagiarizes, but fails as well.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 22 min (82 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Tara Anaïse
Writer Tara Anaïse, Tamara Blaich
Actors Ron Eagle D’Andre II, Adam Haley, Sage Howard
Country United States
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