Roadside

2013

Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

133
IMDb Rating 3.6 10 415

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December 12, 2020

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Katie Stegeman as Mindy Summers
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747.1 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
81 min
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1.5 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
81 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Lil_Git 3 / 10 / 10

Waste of time.

This movie started off well but lost itself partway through, resulting in a movie that I had to force myself to finish. I had no empathy for the characters and honestly neither of them had redeeming qualities that made me even care whether they survived or not. The story itself seemed to be really dragged out by the writers. The "bad guy" delivered his lines in such a way as it came of quite cheesy and then when the ending finally made an appearance I was left shaking my head wondering in what universe that even made any sense. I'm giving this movie such a low score simply because the majority of it was a struggle to finish and left me really disappointed after such a strong start. This is a movie I would urge other people to avoid.

Reviewed by dupontjg-278-481855 4 / 10 / 10

Spoiler!!

I gave it a 1 for the simple fact; HE KILLED THE DOG!! If I could, I would have made it a negative one!

Reviewed by bgthomaswriter 4 / 10 / 10

Not GOOD, But Not Horrible

First: Acting—some of it was good and some pretty bad. The husband was pretty good, the wife? I've seen better high school actors. The Bad Guy was believable before we knew he was a bad guy, then he got cheesy and I winced at his evil laugh. The cop was adequate. Second: Production values were surprisingly good. Night filming is very difficult and this movie did it beautifully. Direction was pretty good as well. Now SPOILERS! The ending made no sense. It was like a Twilight Zone ending was added. There was no resolution. There was no explaining why the Bad Guy knew who Erin was. We kept thinking the bad guy must be Erin's angry husband. And why would the Bad Guy give the couple a flare gun??? It just didn't make sense. Coitus interruptus is what it was. But the WORST was that we were supposed to believe it was winter and days before Christmas and that the car might need chains on the tires, yet the trees were covered in green foliage! We never saw breath frosting from the character's mouths—nothing! And it would have been easily solved, at least the green leaves, by saying it was a freakishly early cold snap—We had a lot of snow the third weekend in October here in the Midwest. It totally detracted from the film for me and was a story element that just wasn't necessary. It would have been fine without the "cold" storyline. The thing is that I still saw lots of promise with this director and will be watching out for him in the future.

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