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Descent 2007 123movies

Descent 2007 123movies

Jan. 01, 2007110 Min.
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Watch: Descent 2007 123movies, Full Movie Online – In the winter of her senior year, Maya talks to Jared at a frat party, accepts his invitation to dinner at a nice restaurant, then goes to his apartment, just to talk. He assaults her. Her personality changes, she’s withdrawn; she graduates and takes a job at a clothing store, staying apart from co-workers. At night, she’s someone else: a beauty at the club scene, dancing, seductive, sniffing cocaine, becoming the friend of a heavy hitter. She thinks about her racial identity. That fall, she’s a grad student, and Jared is in an exam she proctors. She invites him to her apartment; he’s certain she’s stuck on him..
Plot: A college co-ed is brutally raped and struggles alone to rebuild her life, but when the chance for revenge comes she as a Victim sinks lower than her Predator.
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4.7/10 Votes: 3,141
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45/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 40 Popularity: 6.28 | TMDB


Odinary but verite
Some genre films need to be dressed up. This one was an exception. Taken on its own merit, it’s a dressed down version of the horror genre film. With minimal special effects, it manages to be a psychological study of sorts, with a simple yet existential theme – who gets hit by the bus, and why her? It’s not a great film, yet because there is little contrived about it, the story works. Subtle, and all about the interactions of the characters. Actually, there is one contrivance in the opening scenes, but it may have been placed there to simply set the tone for what’s to come. I very much appreciate the balance of male and female energy, and would not recommend this story to anyone interested in more than people reacting to a physical and psychological challenge. You will enjoy the film if you have some empathy, value the need for a bit of adventure in your life, and wonder “What would I do in this situation?”
Review By: mrmac-1
Dawson’s Descent
“Descent.” Yeah. Boy… I haven’t seen anything this powerful and scintillating since Bruno Dumont’s, “Twentynine Palms” (2003). (By the way this film is not to be confused with another fairly recent pic about the topic of “female empowerment,” “THE Descent” (2005), directed by our Splat Pack friend, Neil Marshall, who also happens to be a major talent his own right.) But getting back to this “Descent,” the NC-17 rated (uh-oh) effort on which the lovely Ms. Dawson takes a producer’s credit (congratulations) and directed by Talia Lugacy (strong chance that’s not a real name), as good as it is (in moments), it will not be appreciated by most lay people out there because the script is pretty flawed. As a producer, you really have to tighten up that script. Of course, in the premise alone, you have the promise of rising conflict, but there still lies the task therein of accomplishing rising conflict.

At times, this thing plays like an interesting piece of experimental theater and, well, I guess I’ll let the others who’ve already commented here speak to the boringness of it, namely that which occurs in the second act -but find me a second act that isn’t boring? There’s also this Catch 22 that goes along with these quasi-independent films like “Descent” in which Rosario happens to be attaching herself to and leveraging her “fame-identity” to get a script into production that would, under usual circumstances, not get made at all while at the same time she is basically a miscast in the film’s leading role. Rosario Dawson is gorgeous and, apparently, you can shoot this girl from just about any angle all day long, but, oh, wow-wee, how fast the time just slips away: Rosy ain’t no undergraduate no more. That’s part of the confusion about the screenplay: “Is she a graduate student? A TA? No, graduate students don’t really have these type of qualms with football players, do they?” Again, if you are Rosario Dawson, Executive Producer, that’s the one of many, many aspects to the professional film process you’ll have to think about as you embark on this wonderful new role in your film career. And if you don’t have the answer to why you’re movie isn’t convincing, let me tell you: there is a boatload and a bevy of vivacious, well-qualified, undergraduate aged talents, pining to get involved in the business, who might have nailed that lead character down, all the while, looking just as darn good as you know who; but unfortunately without Ms. Dawson -no Honey, NO money. I have to say, the camera department did an outstanding job, however, because this film is really well shot (i.e. lit) in all its dreary/dreamy darkness. The nightclub scenes look wonderful; one can tell all those music videos are starting to pay off and the play with time… The shooting/framing is all quite excellent which makes the picture a rewarding watch.

“Descent” is good not great. However, I have a feeling, thanks to NetFlix, this movie will find a life of its own. I hope this group continues making films. If you’re into experimental American film-making, cinematographic imagery of implausibly well formed college studs (or male model drop-outs) in their early twenties, or if you’re an undergraduate, just plain angry at the hormonally aggressive young men that comprise less than half of your American university, “Rosario Dawson’s Descent” might be your flavor of RockaRoll.

Review By: jkhuysmans0

Other Information:

Original Title Descent
Release Date 2007-01-01
Release Year 2007

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min), 1 hr 34 min (94 min) (R-rated)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated NC-17
Genre Drama, Thriller
Director Talia Lugacy
Writer Brian Priest, Talia Lugacy
Actors Rosario Dawson, Chad Faust, Marcus Patrick
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Descent 2007 123movies
Original title Descent
TMDb Rating 4.288 40 votes

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