Curve (2015) is a English movie. Iain Softley has directed this movie. Julianne Hough,Teddy Sears,Penelope Mitchell,Madalyn Horcher are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Curve (2015) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Mallory Rutledge is driving her fiancé's truck to Denver to meet him and get married. While driving in the lonely road, she talks to her sister Ella and decides to take a detour to visit the Grand Canyon. Out of the blue, the truck stops and Mallory can get no service in her cell phone. However the gentle drifter Christian Laughton offers to fix the car and Mallory accepts. Then she offers a ride to him and when she is driving, he says pornography to her. She asks him to leave but he shows a knife and tells her to go to a derelict motel. Mallory sees that the psychopath Christian is not wearing the seat bell and decides to throw the truck off the road in a curve. But the leg of Mallory is trapped in the overturned car and Christian leaves her without any help, in the beginning of Mallory's worst nightmare. Will she escape from the vehicle and from the psychopath?
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Not a whole lot to really say about this one. It is exactly what it looks like, a survival type movie with some horror mixed in. It's pretty predictable and doesn't really try to do anything new. With that said though it's not terrible, it held my attention throughout, the acting was good enough, and the ending was fairly thrilling. I didn't hate the film, however it is one of those movies that I will eventually forget about. Still wasn't a horrible way to kill a week night though. If you want something simple to watch as a time killer you could probably do better than this, but you could do worse as well. 5/10
As survival films go, this one isn't bad but doesn't bring anything new to the table. It's more of a thriller than a horror because there's really not much blood and gore to speak of. That said, the twist ending is a nice surprise although most of the film plods along quite predictably. There's some great acting and impressive cinematography, so I assume there was a decent budget for this movie. It's just a shame that no matter how much money you throw at something, a mediocre story is still a mediocre story. The script was entertaining though and evoked a real sympathy for the characters, so it's worth a watch if you enjoy this genre.
If I had to compare this to another movie it would be "Open Water" except in a car with a killer instead of a shark and a more satisfying ending. In essence this is more of a slow survival movie with a faster paced "survivor girl vs killer" finish. All of the production, acting, directing, etc are well done. However, as others have mentioned it doesn't really bring anything new to the table, but then again, does any movie these days? In the end I liked it. If you are looking for a full blown horror movie, this is not what you are looking for. If you like movies like "Open Water" and "127 Hours" then this is probably worthy of a watch.
After reading the previous reviews of "Curve" I wasn't sure what to expect. This film has a slow start, but just enjoy the beautiful cinematography because you will soon be catapulted into a true horror story. While driving off the beaten path by herself, gorgeous and recently engaged Mallory meets a sexy stranger. What starts off as a mildly flirtatious happenstance meeting turns into a horror story. The film cultivates a certain creepy intimacy that is palpable between the main characters. The movie has some very sexual dialogue and violent scenes. Probably not ideal for the 15 and under crowd. A chilling film that is underrated and highly recommended!
The two lead actors really carry this one. Sears is a glorious creeper, although he may actually overdo it a little bit towards the end of the film. He is still probably sitting around a 7/10 on the Norman Bates creepiness scale. Hough, usually known for her singing/dancing prowess, really surprised me with her chops in this one. She is a total gamer. It probably wasn't too comfortable shooting this one. She is sympathetic throughout, and the acting is quite strong. My only real critique is the ending. I thought they could have had a little stronger, satisfying finish. Once she gets to his little house of horrors, it's fairly conventional.