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  • Actors: Milla Jovovich, Julian McMahon, Sarah Wayne Callies, Michael Shanks, Adam Harrington
  • Directors: Julien Magnat
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Millennium Media
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0057O6ILY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,484 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Faces in the Crowd (Free Digital Copy)" on IMDb

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Anna (Milla Jovovich) may be the only survivor of serial killer Tearjerk Jack s horrendous reign, but left with face blindness, she is completely unable to identify him or anyone else. Now, with only a loyal detective s (Julian McMahon) face familiar to her, she cannot trust anyone as she struggles to resume her normal life, and, plagued by fear and a vindictive Jack, struggles to survive.

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This movie is a nice departure for Milla Jovovich, a suspensful drama--when she is world famous for her action films.
Edmond Schmolke
As far as the movie the acting seemed overly method "recite the lines" and the storyline seemed too contrived to be believable or to emotionally draw the viewer in.
G. Teslovich
This condition though is deemed to be caused by some failure in the sufferer's centers of affect, rather than of memory.
R. Schultz

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Format: Blu-ray
"He's not stupid enough to go after the one person who can recognize him, right?" After a night of drinking with her friends Anna (Jovovich)decides to walk home alone. While walking she sees a murder take place and is attacked by the "Tear-Jerked Jack" serial killer. After falling off a bridge she wakes up as the lone survivor. She also wakes up with a disease called face-blindness, a condition which affects you from recognizing any faces...even your own. Lately it seems like the lower budget movies are much better then the big blockbusters. This one is no exception. While this movie started to repeat itself to the point of being annoying it was still tense and keeps you interested and watching through out. Jovovich is becoming a very good actress and she continues to build upon what she did in "Stone". A pretty original idea that if it weren't for the repetition of the problem would have been an excellent movie. That said even with the repeating this is still a very good movie that is very much worth seeing. Overall, a surprisingly good and tense thriller that deserves more of an audience that it will get. I give it a B+.

Would I watch again? - I might, just to see if I can catch the clues.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Hardy on December 23, 2011
Format: DVD
YOU EVER WATCH A MOVIE and expect to get a better bargain than your're usually dealt? I have and this is exactly what Faces in the Crowd encompasses. On the surface, the concept of using "Face Blindness" (an actual medical condition with a wholly narrative name) or Prosopagnosia as its officially dubbed, is very, very interesting and for the most part the movie does a fairly interesting job with its depiction.

Story-line for the movie is simple as this:

Milla Jovovich's character, Anna Merchant, is living the good life; she's got a loving boyfriend, stock quirky best friends who think about sex 99.9% of their time together (one of them is portrayed by Prison Break's Sarah Wayne Callies, who is, deliciously awkward in her devil-may-care position as a sour woman who's inability to catch a date is tied to her bitterness toward men for passing her over for her friend) and a great gig as a elementary school teacher (or pre-school teacher, I dunno). However, one single night manages to ruin all of this when she accidently catches a serial killer, dubbed "Jearterk", in the act of raping one of his victims. In an attempt to escape, she's tossed over a railing of a bridge by the killer and suffers serious head trauma. The accident, at first, seems to have just left her winded and concussed. However, when she takes a moment to took at loved ones around her, she realizes the accident has done far more damage than originally thought. Ana begins to suffer from a rare condition dubbed "Face Blindness" and the worse part of it is that she wouldn't be able to recognize the killer if he were right in front of her.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on October 29, 2011
Format: DVD
Milla has it made. She teaches kindergarten, lives with Bryce, a man who is near popping the question, and hangs out with a crowd of women not much different than "The Sex in the City" gang. Her horoscope claims she will meet a mysterious stranger. Her kids draw pictures of faces- all omens of things to come. The background noise is about a serial killer and rapist (in that order). Milla bumps into the killer one night and manages to escape by falling off a bridge. The killer has her purse etc. and knows where she lives. The twist to this tale is that Milla has a nasty bump on the head and can't recognize faces, even those of her friends and family. Simple things such as waking up next to Byrce (12 different faces), looking at her Facebook, and teaching kindergarten become nightmares from hell. The police detective investigating the case is depicted as a street smart New Yorker, sometimes harsh in his mannerisms.

Now to make things interesting, if not confusing, the film uses different actors (faces) for the same people to try to make us feel Milla's confusion. During this movie we get to learn that Marianne Faithfull is still alive and has been eating well.

The film is a slow developing thriller. The confusion aspect makes the film a bit weird, but not more enjoyable. Milla does a good job in the role and demonstrates she is not a one-sided character. The script is unconvincing, and through all the twists and turns seems to lack the depth that is required to make it enjoyable. For some reason I got the impression that women were the target audience of the film, i.e. a horror-thriller for women. I would be interested to see how women view this film as opposed to men.

No f-bombs, nudity, and not much in the way of blood.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Q. Kelly on November 14, 2011
Format: Amazon Instant Video
Last night, I watched an excellent movie. It got every detail right, it had no loopholes, no head-scratchers, and a deaf character was portrayed brilliantly. I came away from the movie thinking: "I have to make room on my Top 10 list for this gem."

Okay, so I'm being sarcastic. Sue me. (That was sarcastic, too. Please don't sue me! :-D) This movie brings to the forefront the importance for writers and filmmakers to get their details right. Yes, a few details will slip by, and I (yes, even I!) can overlook a few.

"Faces in the Crowd" stars the lovely Milla Jovovich. She witnesses a killing, and the killer is alerted to her presence when her cellphone rings. The killer pushes her character into a river, but a homeless person is there to fish her out. Flash forward to when she awakens from a coma. She has a face-recognition disorder. Faces change every time she looks at them. She cannot recognize her own fiance, her best friends, or even herself in the mirror.

And a killer is most likely after her!

One of the people she turns to for help is a woman who specializes in this kind of face-recognition stuff. They have a meeting, and the woman acts and talks as she should. Second meeting: the woman announces she is deaf. She looks to be about 65ish, but when she was 16, a horse-riding accident caused her to become "deaf as a post." She gets by from lip-reading.

WHAAA? At this point, I paused the movie and gave my wife A LOOK. She knows that look. I've given her that LOOK many times when we're watching a movie with a deaf (or hard of hearing) character. My wife knows me. She grinned big and said: "Okay, you want to stop the movie?"

I laughed and said: "No, let's finish this."

Time to break this gem down.
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