After a horrific car accident, Anna (Christina Ricci) wakes up to find the funeral director (Liam Neeson) preparing her body for her funeral. Trapped with no one to turn to, Anna is forced to believe that she is merely in transition to the afterlife.
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Confusing chiller explores death; too dark for teens.
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I'm not dead! The concept of this movie was good and horrifying. Christina Ricci is a very talented actress. But somehow, she couldn't (in my opinion actually) show her talent in this movie. She kinda looked lame (well to guys, she looked hot, I bet/know). And seeing her walking naked so comfortably made me uncomfortable. When will this Hollywood industry quit playing with women? When will they understand that this concept of nudity is getting old and doesn't work all the time to get hit! Stop attracting audience by showing nude actresses. Shame I had to give this such a low rating. I was expecting this to be awesome by seeing Christina, Liam and Justin. Now this isn't terrible. You won't get bored. You'll feel slightly curious to know what happens in the end. But throughout the movie all I could think was, "it could have been better..."
- 3niR, Sunday, November 7, 2010
Liked it, just not entirely sure I "got" it. I still have some doubt as to whether she was actually dead or not. I am inclined to think she was, just due to little things, like looking like a corpse and not seeming to feel the cold, but the script is a little up in the air on that. It was great to see Christina Ricci in something new and I did find this fairly creepy and interesting. I am surprised to see it is rated fairly low,I guess due to the vague ending.
- romy861, Sunday, October 17, 2010