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Come And Find Me

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When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.

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Judith Vaughn ( 2017-02-21 )

Barber's barber, Writer's Writer, Return of Jimmy Stewart

Enjoyable, engaging, captivating, suspense film. But of course you did not take the time to look at this review to find out the obvious. You want to know more. So here we go: Writer/Director Zack Whedon comes from a family where, instead of teaching the boys how to play ball or change a sparkplug, the parents taught their kids how to tell a story. (More on this can can found on the web.) The first breakout star from the siblings was Joss. Joss as in Buffy, Serenity, Cabin In the Woods, the Marvel Library and, for all I know, Genesis and Deuteronomy too. So, my point, when looking at a Whedon film, if you want to look beyond simple entertainment value, you need to look for "influences." And this one is clear. Except for the last 2 minutes, this effort is the closest thing I have seen to an Alfred Hitchcock "Jimmy Stewart" story in over a half century. Hitch understood completely - a lesson lost on most modern auteurs, young Whedon notwithstanding -- that the essence of suspense is to layer over it a romantic entanglement so as to get double the kick from the very same arc. All his films were structured this way. It is a trick that very few have tried to imitate in this era but it works here, and works brilliantly. By the time the viewer realizes this is not a rom-com or relationship movie, this something else entirely, the trap is already baited and the hook is set. Add to that some odd tricks with time juxtaposition (most of which work well, but not all of them) and you have a very engaging thriller. Recommended.

Danielle Stewart ( 2017-01-20 )

Good movie to watch.

Aaron Paul plays a man whose girlfriend disappears without a trace, and he becomes obsessed with finding her, and discovers a lot about her he never knew. It's one of those double edge titles. As Paul goes on the journey to look for his girl we flash back and forth from past to present, taking a look at how these two met and fell in love, but you realize Aaron's character never really knew her, so he's doing more than just finding her physically, as it truly is a journey unraveling the complex world she refused to share with him. Directed by Zack Whedon the brother of Joss Whedon (Guy who created Buffy, the Vampire Slayer), I feel certain simulates in their story telling. I don't want to get into it as it might spoil the movie, but if you are a fan of the type of stories Joss likes to tell than you'll enjoy Zack's story. It's somewhat a crime drama leaning towards the drama part more often, with a focus on Aaron Paul that puts his leading man capabilities to the test. Plus it's very romantic not just in the story told but how it's implemented. Very watchable

Daisy Chandler ( 2017-02-25 )

Been there done that

First for the Negative: Most of the film just reminded me of many other films,that used the same concept before. The only difference here was the Gender. thou come to think of it there were also movies about man discovering there not who they pretend to be. Also they toy with the concept of switching every 10 min to the past then heading back to the present.This is done so many times it becomes annoying at a point. Think the purpose of this was to give the film some artistic way of viewing the story,but for me it just throw me off the plot. That said this movie is solid. Aaron Paul does a great job.Also the other actors,the directing,lighting and sound all are up to par. If you got nothing better to do,grab some popcorn,and have fun.

Sherry Peterson ( 2017-01-12 )

A Thriller With Nuance

What do you call Zach Whedon's little gem of a film? It's part romance, part mystery, and part thriller, and all good and intriguing. It's not a loud film, despite the action sequences; it has nuance, and lovely touches in the Aaron Paul (David) and Annabelle Wallis (Claire) relationship. The film begins with a misdirection, actually a long-standing motif with David and Claire, which creates tension from the get-go and almost a quality of premonition for the rest of the film. I never watched Breaking Bad but was impressed by how good Aaron Paul's Everyman was, doggedly putting himself though Hell to find an answer when something happens to Claire. I was equally impressed with how Whedon took David from a Naif out of his element to a little more savvy the deeper he dug, trying to find information along the way on his quasi-detective journey. Nice acting from everyone involved. You will probably recognize a few actors you've seen before in film and television. True love WILL make you do the wacky. I really enjoyed this film.

Darryl Roy ( 2017-01-22 )

Entertaining but missing something

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Meredith Klein ( 2017-02-26 )

Spoiler Free Opinion and my First Review

I opted for this movie because of Annabelle Wallis, I liked her in the Tudors and Peaky Blinders. The movie had a great idea. Girlfriend vanishes but no one seems to help want to find her. She has no background, no family and no backstory. Something only a beautiful woman in a movie can get away with. Boyfriend loves her so starts looking around while "weird things" start to happen. OK, interesting, keeping my attention. He Forrest Gump's his way through searching for her with a lot of heavy breathing (and not the good kind) while wielding a hammer. Starting to lose me. All in all not a bad little film but it had no meat. No substance to the story line. Too many questions left unanswered that really would have made the story line work. The movie never answers these questions, and just fades to black with a very predictable ending. So, I rate it a 5. That's being generous. not bad, semi entertaining. wouldn't buy it or rent it. But meh, not bad.

Jessie Figueroa ( 2017-04-02 )

Kinda interesting movie

When it comes to movies, I try to steer clear of anything romantic or too heavy on action. You wont find me watching movies like The Notebook nor will I begin to navigate the repertoire that is Steven Seagal's Straight-to-Video library. I like movies that I can tell had thought put into their script, had characters with some to a lot of depth, and a run-time that didn't drag on. Now that my "disclaimer" is there, I will say this movie touched on what I tend to enjoy most in movies - mystery, leads with chemistry, and believable characters. One of the characters in the movie, I won't say which, borders on the element of believable but still kept my interest. The story is about David and his search to find his missing girlfriend Claire. What begins as a run of the mill girl-gone-missing story, turns into a thrilling mystery pretty quickly and David soon begins a deeper journey into finding out just what happened to the love of his life. There is plenty of action to keep most guys interested, whereas the relationship (expressed in flashbacks, mostly) to keep any girl interested. It keeps an even pace of action/flashbacks to unfold a journey of one man's quest for the truth. It raises questions of "What causes a woman, without any problems or fights, to disappear without a single trace (initially). How well do we really know the person we share a bed with every night?" I've rated plenty of movies before, but again, my first review so I hope I captured a spoiler free look. I would've gladly paid to have seen it in theaters (as someone who makes 2 trips a week to the local theater).

Jordan Alvarado ( 2017-03-01 )

A surprisingly enjoyable experience

My first ever review. I only really decided to watch this movie because i'm a big Aaron Paul fan (Breaking Bad fan). The movie was a bit slow to start off with, but to be honest, I was really surprised with it as it reached the ending. The ending of the movie was pretty cool, it was predictable but at the same time unpredictable which made me want to keep watching. The acting from Aaron Paul as always is a 10/10 and Annabelle Wallis is very easy to watch with also a 10/10 for her acting. The plot line made sense to a certain extent, the flash backs were really interesting and at points confusing but all made sense as the movie went on. I must admit, i didn't think i would have enjoyed the movie, as previously stated only watched it because of Aaron Paul, but all in all, i actually ended up enjoying the movie very much. 7/10 for me.

Madeline Hardy ( 2017-03-08 )

Enjoyable, if somewhat formulaic

I ended up liking 'Come and Find Me' more than I thought I was going to. It gets off to a very slow start, and early on it puts more emphasis on the drama side of things than the mystery element. The mystery element is admittedly simple, but it has the potential to be very intriguing with a plot twist or two along the way. Nearing the halfway point in the film I was feeling like I was wasting my time a bit with this film. Then the second half gets under way and things start to pick up a bit, all leading to what turns out to be actually a very well written ending, both entertaining and moving all at once. It does work as a drama. The flashback scenes were probably the best part of the movie. They were surprisingly well written and had me genuinely buying into the love the two main characters were supposed to share. Aaron Paul was an interesting casting choice. I loved him in 'Breaking Bad', but I never actually liked his character (entertaining and funny as he was) as a person. Here, he actually manages to pull off the "likable" personality trait quite well. I think a lot of that came back to the writing. The dialogue in this film is very well written for the most part. It's not a flawless film by any means. There are a lot of odd character decisions and some iffy writing of action scenes at times. Overall though I think it achieves what it sets out to. It makes us buy into the love story of the characters and has us caring about their outcome. Don't give up on it too early would be my advice, the second half is much stronger than the first.

Gertrude Wong ( 2017-01-08 )

Acts as a stepping stone for many of the involved...

This movie is definitely worth more than its 5.9 rating. It's suspenseful throughout, and of course the charismatic Aaron Paul did a really good job in making you sympathetic to his WTF IS GOING ON mindset. I was really invested in his struggle and excited to see where it went. I see what another reviewer was complaining about when they referenced the director's use of continual flashbacks--in fact I became a bit irritated with one flashback later on, because I was so into finding out what happened. So I guess the technique was effective in building suspense while clearing things up, so I wouldn't really fault it--its just the style they chose to go with, and it worked. I think the writer did such a great job building intrigue in the body of the film, that when the end came, confirming the somewhat formulaic subject matter, it was like OK that's kinda exactly what we've been expecting to happen, but still pretty frickin awesome so... I'll take it. Good mystery, deserves a better rating (6.5-6.9 for sure, 7+ if maybe the ending had a little more of a twist) is a cinema website serving you dear visitors 7/24 to give information about all movies, now playing movies, show location of nearest theaters and sessions, trailers of upcoming movies and information about actors and actresses, their biographies, videos and photographs. is the only interactive website where visitors can interact with each other using Facebook, Twitter and Google. is a global website using highly advanced web technologies and is served in 7 different languages apart from English and can give the visitors same service from the countries where these languages are spoken. Cinematheater is differented from his rivals by giving you an archive of 500.000 movies and is one of the websites where you can instantly find information about now playing movies in theaters.

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