Watch: Lavender 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – A photographer (Abbie Cornish) in a failing marriage suffers severe memory loss after a traumatic accident. Strange clues among her photos suggest she may be responsible for the deaths of family members she never knew she had. A concerned psychiatrist (Justin Long) tries to help her recover lost memories..
Plot: A photographer struggling with memory loss discovers her pictures may indicate something sinister is hitting close to home.
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Held back by unlikeable characters.
I wonder just how difficult it is to make a juvenile character interesting without also making her the kind of brat you would like to throttle. I’m speaking hypothetically in case anyone is worried I’m encouraging child abuse. But after spending all morning telling her mother how bored she is in her company, little Alice (Lola Flanery) goes on to tell her, “I expect ice cream,” and mum Jane (Abbie Cornish) looks on adoringly. To cheer the child up, Jane will then confide little secrets to the girl about how daddy wets the bed when he’s drunk too much. So the pecking order is laid down. The brat makes the rules, and when mum gets frustrated, dad – who is well meaning but a bit thick – gets the brunt of it.
It’s such a shame, because these characters provide the heart of what is a fairly interesting psychological horror thriller – but if the audience is not allowed to like these people, they don’t care what befalls them. And really, little Alice takes every opportunity to test the patience constantly.
It all comes good in the end though (or does it? That would be telling) and through their frightening situations, the characters become seemingly improved. And this story does have some very good moments. How much more involving it would be, though, if the main players had been more likeable from the beginning? 6 out of 10.
1.5 hour movie with 15 minutes worth of clips
Oh. My. God. If I have ever seen a slow-paced movie, they seem like roller-coasters now. This title is only rivaled by that French joke of a horror movie called They Came Back (100 minutes of my life; gone).
Nothing happened for the first half hour besides the introduction of the characters and the main character living her life in between zoning out to annoying violin (or cello?) tunes for looong seconds. Literally two seconds of Dermot Mulroney and no Justin Long. Just as I was about to turn it off, though, my food arrived so I kept watching. Nothing kept happening for another 15 minutes, but right when I was closing the window for sure this time, a single interesting thing happened that involved Justin Long’s character (and I love Justin Long) so I gave it yet another chance.
When there was more empty scenery and zoning out, I just skipped ahead to the revelation part, which wasn’t too bad, and then it was finally over. I thanked God and ran here to try and stop others from wasting precious time.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 32 min (92 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Ed Gass-Donnelly
Writer Colin Frizzell, Ed Gass-Donnelly
Actors Abbie Cornish, Justin Long, Dermot Mulroney
Country Canada, United States
Awards 1 win
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A