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Ink is an independent film, not with an enormous budget, but it doesn't stop it from being an incredible film with gorgeous visuals. You can see how much work went into every single second of this film. This movie stands out among everything else I've seen in a long time. Absolutely unique. The acting was fantastic, especially the acting from the young girl Quinn Hunchar, playing the character Emma. The ideas were original, the characters interesting, and the plot was engaging. And the ending... prepare for one hell of an ending. And some of you will need to keep some tissues close... A description on the back of the package compares the movie to Brazil, Donnie Darko, The Matrix, Dark City, and Pan's Labyrinth. I would definitely group it in with those films, although it is not a ripoff of any of those films at all.
Quick synopsis: there is another world, a dream world where two sides are fighting to control our dreams. Some our bringing us pleasant dreams, and others, the incubi, are bringing us nightmares. A battle ensues over the soul of a little girl named Emma, trapped in their world while in a coma... and the deciding factor falls on two men: John in the waking world, Emma's father, and Ink, a rogue warrior in the dream world, fighting to rid himself of his scars and shame.
This movie is absolutely incredible, please do yourself a favor and check it out.
Ink is filled with unique, original characters and you will fall in love with the character of the little girl. I literally could not take my eyes off the screen due to the fact that I really cared about what was going to happen to these people. This is a film I guarantee you will never forget. Don't miss it!
I hope the success of Ink propels Jamin and Kiowa Winans to make many more remarkable films.
This wasn't so much a movie in my mind as just a really well told story. It reminded me of the Firefly series with regard to the quality of acting and dialog. The actors are really comfortable in their characters, which is what makes any story real. This isn't something I would let my kids see, at least not until they were in their early teens. This isn't for kids, it's a story that parents should watch, or anyone who may be a parent soon. Life gets strangely tougher and tougher the older we get, and it's easy to lose our way in the perceived complexities. This story is about a father who loses his way after dealing with tragedies and unhappiness in his life, and how the kernels of goodness in him help him to come back from edge of true destruction. Yes, the language is realistic for people going through tough times, and yes there is some fighting (actually underplayed I though for how well those scenes were choreographed), but the interactions between the Storyteller, the little girl, and Ink are what make the story.
I'm an former straight-leg infantry soldier (for those of you who know what that means) who grew up in the deserts of Nevada, I have an awesome wife, two young children, and a busy work life. I've seen some life; and as simple as this story is, it brought tears to my eyes, and was one more nudge back towards remembering what's important in life. If you could use a little of that, I highly recommend this story. Good luck all you travelers out there...
But 'Ink' is a superior film.
I'm not sure how to break down the economics of this
but I'll offer my best shot at explaining
how something like this might have happened.
'Ink' had a better story, characters, plot, atmosphere and more heart & soul.
That's my best analysis.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plot is a little crazy and hard to follow; just have to trust that it is going to come together in the end.Published 8 hours ago by Captain Hook
I thought it was pretty good except the special effects were not as good as I thought it would be,that's why I only gave it 3 stars.Published 9 hours ago by Daniel Crosse
I realize that "Ink" is an "Artistic" movie but it reminded me of the type of low budget movies created in College. Read morePublished 1 day ago by JohnM
The worst part of this movie is that no one else has seen it.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
This movie made absolutely no sense. I stopped watching after 10-15 minutes because it was so unfathomable.Published 3 days ago by Carol Davis