P2 2007 R CC

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(156) IMDb 5.9/10
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A businesswoman is pursued by a psychopath after being locked in a parking garage on Christmas Eve.

Starring:
Wes Bentley, Rachel Nichols
Runtime:
1 hour 38 minutes

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P2

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Franck Khalfoun
Starring Wes Bentley, Rachel Nichols
Supporting actors Simon Reynolds, Philip Akin, Stephanie Moore, Miranda Edwards, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Grace Lynn Kung, Bathsheba Garnett, Philip Williams, Arnold Pinnock, Franck Khalfoun
Studio Summit Entertainment
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

If u like VERY suspenseful edge of seat & tense/thriller with good acting .
Benjamin Kidman
I watched it...sounded like may have potential but it really wasn't that great and I can usually watch some bad movies and think they're pretty good.
Gregory Gilkey
She finds that her car, parked at level P2 in the garage of her building, will not start.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By M. Nelson on February 16, 2008
Format: DVD
First off, this is an easy movie to criticize. Most small budget horror flicks are. I mean, really, how much can a director do in a dimly lit parking ramp? Quite a bit, I found. Don't over-analyze and you're in for a good time.

This is the type of fun romp that originally got me interested in the genre while I was growing up in the '80s. There's no overly complex plot, amazing effects or numbing backstory here - just a psychotic guard, a mean dog, a killer Cutlass, a busty blonde, the chase and 85 minutes of run time. Think of it as Duel confined to an underground ramp and you pretty much have the basic concept. Convincing and talented performances by the two leads are just icing on the cake.

Obviously meant for a Christmas release (I can't find the reason why it was pushed back 11 months or pulled 1 ahead), this movie was rushed out of most Minneapolis-area theatres the week following its arrival. I had to scramble just to catch it on the big screen a second time. Yes, it's that good. In fact, I'd put it right up there with Grindhouse and 28 Weeks Later as one of the best horror releases of 2007. The blood splattered image of a hip-swivelling Wes Bentley miming "Blue Christmas" into a mop handle alone is worth the price of admission.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 8, 2008
Format: DVD
Tom (Wes Bentley) is a parking garage attendant. He's also a very lonely guy. He sets his sites on a girl who works in the high-rise office building above. Her name is Angela (Rachel Nichols) and she is the one for whom Tom has been waiting all of his life. His dream-girl. This could lead to a beautiful and touching love story. Fortunately, Tom is a madman w/ unnatural ideas about human relationships! It's Christmas time, and Tom has gathered up the courage to make his move. Alas, poor Angela isn't going to make it to the family x-mas party. She may not survive the night. P2 is a thriller that makes the best of it's limited location. Some inventive ideas help to heighten the tension while not being cliché. The elevator scene is a good example of this. I didn't foresee the tactic used by Tom in order to get Angela out of the lift! It was brilliant and different! Unlike movies such as REST STOP, this one has interesting interaction between the killer and his victim. It also has actual suspense and a woman who uses her grey matter for more than just skull filler! Angela is no dummy! She utilizes whatever she can get a hold of to battle for her survival. Tom is dangerous and pitiful at the same time. His mental ups and downs are jarring without being ridiculous. P2 is a fabulous late-night's entertainment...
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Ray TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 6, 2008
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A deserted parking garage. A young woman working late. A sociopathic parking attendant. Put these three elements together and you have one chilling horror flick that is just a bit too real for comfort.

Who among us has never felt that slight prickling of fear when you suddenly realize you are alone in a darkened garage - just enough trepidation to cause you to pick up your gait a bit as you hurry to the imagined safety of your car?

Working late Christmas Eve, Angela rushes to her car as she tries to salvage what is left of a holiday evening with her family. One thing after another happens, and poor Angela is stranded in a locked building, her only companion a slightly creepy parking attendant, Tom.

But Tom is more than slightly creepy - he is a veritable lunatic, and he has set his sights on Angela. Soon Angela's situation turns dire as she finds herself not only stranded, but in a battle for her very life as Tom gives full reign to his madness.

Although she is used to being taken advantage of in her day-to-day life, both in business and her personal life, when the chips are down Angela is no one's victim, and she does whatever it takes to stay alive.

While `P2' is fairly predictable in its plot, it doesn't lessen the effectiveness of it, not one whit. You'll still jump in your seat at each new heinous act the villainous Tom commits. Predictable it may be, but this is one undeniably entertaining film.

What I liked best about `P2' is that there is some logic to the plot. I cannot abide horror films that expect a suspension of disbelief without supporting the unbelievable aspects of the story, such as a killer who seemingly can't be killed. Such is not the case with `P2'. Every action, every reaction is grounded in reality.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By tvtv3 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 21, 2008
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Angela Bridges (Rachel Nichols) is ambition and hardworking and is quickly rising through the executive branches of the office she works at. She's also a serious workaholic who is single and, other than the security guards, finds herself as the last person in the building on Christmas Eve. After calling her sister to let her know that she is finally on her way to the family Christmas party, Angela prepares to leave the building. However, when she finally gets to her car on P2, it won't start. Thomas (Wes Bentley) offers his assistance, but seems unable to get the car to started. Thomas invites Angela to a Christmas dinner, but Angela is already late and turns down the offer. However, as Angela soon learns, the offer really wasn't optional and Thomas was just being polite and nice. Angela will share in his Christmas dinner whether she really wants to or not and maybe if she's nice and polite she might escape from P2 and get home for Christmas.

Taking place almost completely in the confines of a parking garage (the movie was filmed exclusively at night in a real parking garage in Toronto), starring two relatively unknown actors, and a plot that is basically just a complex game of cat and mouse, there's a great deal about P2 that could have gone wrong. Yet, the film actually works. Since SCREAM, many suspense and horror films have taken themselves way too seriously and pretend that they have some great message to deliver, have a lot of "allusions" that you'll get if you're a film fan, or promise to bring the genre to the next level. P2 doesn't have any allusions. It knows that it is simply a horrific suspense film based around a film that many people, woman in particular, have actually had at one point in their lives.
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