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At the end of the game, the King and the Pawn goes into the same box

the Perfect Getaway May 16, 2010

Filed under: Movies — visitor74 @ 12:04 pm

image2141525587.jpgA couple is having a honeymoon in Hawaii by jungle tracking. Now why people go for that is beyond me. I know that the jungle is a nice place to be. That you are close to nature and all, but it is not my thing. Not my cup of tea. I remember the dread that i was on, when i had to attend Biro Tatanegara activity where they forced you to listen to boring lectures and to go jungle trekking.

But this movie has good shots of Hawaii and it’s nice. But during their honeymoon, they got to know about a couple of Honeymooners that got killed by some maniacs. And during their trip, to got to meet some couples that may be potential killers.

So the movie started slow and continue to almost the end of the movie. It’s mostly about their camping and tracking and about their distrust about the people that they are with.

At the end, then only we found out that this couple who are afraid of those couples which they think might be the killers, are actually the killers themselves! Lo and behold! And suddenly, the movie is brought to a different level where the energy was different and there are a lot of actions going on.

It’s an ending which I would never have guess. And for good reason too. If they are the killers themselves, why would they were so afraid of the others? And there’s even a scene where they were talking to each other and they were thinking of getting away from the other couples! It would seem that the directors were lying about the plot from the beginning. That’s feel like cheating to the audience to me.


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