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Armistice

3.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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The story follows Royal Marine A.J. Budd (Joseph Morgan) who awakens in a mysterious house. Trapped alone in an unchanging prison of unbreakable routines and fighting for his life against grotesque inhuman opponents, he must kill every day or die himself. As days stretch into years, the isolation and unceasing violence threaten his very soul. The only note of hope lays in the journals of a former prisoner, WWI officer Lieutenant Edward Sterling (Matt Ryan), which he discovers behind a secret wall. Sterling's diaries help the young Marine stay alive in the forsaken prison. But what dark fate befell their author? The stories of the two men from different eras interweave as their desperation to escape the endless killing leads them both to take terrible measures.

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  • Actors: Joseph Morgan, Matt Ryan, William Troughton
  • Directors: Luke Massey
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Xlrator
  • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2014
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00DS79HJW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,035 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Armistice is a must-see movie. There are only 3 characters, but their development throughout the story makes each one larger and more diverse than you can imagine at the beginning. I had figured out the purpose of the warhouse before watching it, so I was rooting for a specific ending even as I saw what the likely outcome would be. The ending I was dreading came and I realized it was the only outcome that could have truly honored the main character's journey.

Joseph Morgan dissolves himself into AJ Budd, a Royal marine who wakes to find himself in the warhouse with no way out. He draws you into the madness, ensuring you can't look away each time he battles The Fallen. Sometimes you may laugh (like when he spanks the creature as it drowns in the bathtub) even while some may be grossed out by the oozing (when he captures and questions the creature) and sometimes momentarily sickened by the violence of the first unexpected battles. As AJ Budd adapts to the warhouse's rules then devolves through the days, I couldn't help but wonder how I would react were I locked in such a place. I'm a fan of Joseph's work in other movies and tv shows, and I enjoy his ability to give such life to his character's that I forget it is him playing the part.

Matt Ryan gives us Edward Sterling, appearing in flashbacks as told through a journal he has left in the warhouse for future inhabitants to find. His writings are almost calming at first, as we learn AJ Budd is not the only soldier who has been tormented by the warhouse. As Sterling's story is told, we see the continued effects of the torment and solitude matched with what Budd is experiencing.
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Joseph Morgan's performance in this mental thriller is astounding. Having almost no one else to play off of for the entire film, he still manages to clearly and oh-so-believably convey every emotion that his character goes through - confusion, horror, fury, fear, despair, contempt, hope, triumph, boredom, grief, and more. It is an amazing accomplishment. As for the story itself, it is a well-written teaser that will keep you guessing until the very end. How did AJ get in the house? Will he escape? Who was there before him? Who/what are these strange mindless creatures who attack him every day? Armistice is a must-watch for any fan of the psychological thriller, and certainly for any Joseph Morgan fan.
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I loved this movie. I wanted to see this movie because I am I big fan of Joseph Morgan but was hooked immediately. I too figured out the purpose of the house and the Fallen but I continued to root for Joseph's character. In the end he made the decision I was hoping. This is a must watch!!!
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Armistice is a mentally penetrating suspenseful story that tells of a soldier's confinement in a strange house from where he cannot escape. During this inexplicable tenure, he is met with a horribly hideous and mindless creature whose sole job is to kill. Day after day, the soldier, Royal Marine A.J. Budd, portrayed by The Originals' Joseph Morgan, is met with this consistently heinous circumstance and must fight for his survival - or he will be killed.

Too many so-called “thrillers” that have constant and continual cliff-hangers seem to typically, or stereotypically, have the hero or heroine do really stupid stuff and make very bad decisions. GEICO even joked about it in one of their commercials. It is as if young people have no intelligence, common sense, or a sense of logic to figure out a way to remove themselves from their horrible situations. “I’ll be right back!” Famous last words, right? Not this movie. A.J. Budd has a brain and isn’t afraid to use it – and use it, he certainly does.

The feeling of being trapped and having to fight for your life everyday doesn’t seem to give one hope. And there it is! Hope! That is the key and that is the way and that is ruin of the ability to go on. A.J. is determined and has this hope, but with his daily routine, does it help or does it hurt?
The calm nature of the movie is eerily chilling, yet somewhat sad. It is intelligent and thought-provoking, and it makes you easily put yourself in A.J.’s shoes, wondering what you would do to get yourself out of the corner in which you’d been forcibly painted.

It is very refreshing to see a character – two, actually – in a movie who has nothing to rely upon except their intellect and brilliantly use it to their advantage.
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First and most important of all, this movie is not for everyone. Second, Joseph Morgan, pulls off, for all intents and purposes a one man movie (2 other characters show up now and then and one is unrecognizable and the other a few flashbacks) This is a strange movie and one with very little dialog too. This soldier wakes up in an inescapable house and once a day he is attacked by some creature, he gets the same food appearing on the kitchen table and everything fixes itself. I think I did figure it out but I won't say in deference to anyone who may get it. I admit I did fast forward a few times but the performance of Joseph Morgan is riveting and deserves the look.
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