The Deaths Of Ian Stone details
|Starring:||Mike Vogel, Jamie Murray, Christina Col, Michael Feast|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
The Deaths Of Ian Stone
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 May 2008|
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Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]Dont' expect to much from the film, the trailer would have you believe that its very scary, its has an ok story but looses the plot along the way and becomes a seen it all before kind of monster, ghost film, rather than how it starts which is a mysterious, spooky 'theres' a malevolent nasty thing gonna kill you kind of film!!! It has its moments but ultimately is disappointing, more of a tv movie.
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Not too badBy StarTiger63 (75 reviews) from Bradford , 17 Mar 2009This movie is a bit confusing at first but it gets better so stick with it, the actors are decent (the main character's heroin scene is amazing) and they deserve full credit for carrying this picture. It has some decent special effects in it and it is well worth watching, it's no blockbuster and given it's limited budget it was a nice surprise.
Don't believe the hype!By Gooner66 (28 reviews) from Dartford , 16 Mar 2009Dont' expect to much from the film, the trailer would have you believe that its very scary, its has an ok story but loses the plot along the way and becomes a seen it all before kind of monster, ghost film, rather than how it starts which is a mysterious, spooky 'theres' a malevolent nasty thing gonna kill you kind of film!!! It has its moments but ultimately is disappointing, more of a tv movie.
Mediocre MatrixBy a customer from Leeds , 16 Mar 2009The initial premise is a good one. Ian Stone keeps getting killed, each time he dies, he wakes up instantly in an entirely different life, but still called Ian Stone. The three constants in the new life are a girl who clearly has an attraction to him, even if they only meet once, a stranger telling him to 'keep her safe', and mysterious dead eyed people following and killing him. It's a pity this is then squandered by taking too many influences from the Matrix. Ian is the 'The One'. What his ability is can't be revealed without a spoiler, but frankly, it's pretty predictable. In the final act of the film, the villans all dress in figure hugging PVC, long coats, and Morpheus sunglasses. We are even treated to a subway fight where impossible things happen. All in all, it's not bad, it could have been better, the British film industry deserves to be producing better films than this though,
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Ah...Love Conquers All...By a customer from Birmingham , 07 Mar 2009Pass the bucket...the film for me started quite well...lots of intrigue with a little confusion,but approximately half way through,the film started to unravel its stupidly & yes its very,very stupid.Avoid if you want a big let down!
A lot of potentialBy a customer from Liverpool , 05 Mar 2009This was a mix of Final Destination (the first one) meets Jacobs Ladder. You would think that would be a great mix...but this film disappointed. They concentrated on the special effects rather than the story line.
This film could've been so much better but it's like most movies. It's just a weird a movie where they just brush over thiings and rush to the end. I would recommend it for one viewing but that's it. Actually I wouldn't even bother. The trailer makes the movie look better then it really is which was the reason i gave it a shot.
warning to all that you will be disappointed.