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Acclaimed actress and her psychiatrist husband escape on a relaxing vacation but on the first night, they meet a young girl with blood on her hands and a penchant for mind games...

Starring:
William Baldwin, Estella Warren
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Mystery
Director Adam Neutzsky-Wulff
Starring William Baldwin, Estella Warren
Supporting actors Sarah Butler, Jeffrey Pierce, Katia Winter, Kim Bodnia, Vivienne McKee, Claire Ross-Brown, Jon Pihl, Torben Sloth Thomsen, Thomas Sauerberg, Kenneth Marsner, Gadi Cimand, Javier Torreiro, Ole Dupont, Helle Pilar Larsen
Studio Sony Pictures
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
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2.2 out of 5 stars

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Format: DVD
"I'm just glad that your here and you're willing to help me." After living through a nightmare, Hollywood star Emily Moore (Warren) and her husband Robert (Baldwin) decide to take a trip to clear her mind and recharge. On their first night a woman in hysterics shows up talking about a terrible accident and the two decide to help her. Little by little she begins to wonder what the girl really wants from them. My expectations for this were not that high mainly because of the cast. I will admit that the movie isn't bad but it is basically a made-for-TV movie with nudity. This is a perfect example of why I try not to watch trailers for movies before I watch the movie. If I went off the trailer I would expect an exciting tense thriller. While this was tense in some parts it was a little slow. The "twist" is something that you can see coming but it was still a good idea for the movie. A lot of times the ending can make or break a movie. This is the rare time where the ending left me wondering if it was a neat idea or not. I'm still not sure if I liked the end but I will say the movie was better then I expected. Overall, a little generic but still worth checking out. I have seen much worse. I give it a B-.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on September 8, 2013
Format: DVD
Emily (Estella Warren) is an actress who is married to Robert (William Baldwin), a psychologist. Emily has issues, especially having to deal with the fact her friend Sophie (Katia Winter) killed herself. Emily is later kidnapped and tortured by an unknown assailant. Her husband takes her away to an island as a get away, only to have Sarah (Sarah Butler) show up, a woman who just lost her boyfriend at a nearby cliff accident.

This is a film where you suspect the twist is coming. The actors were less than convincing in their roles in an improbable plot that felt phoney. The film is fairly boring, even during the 'exciting" parts.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, rape, nudity (Sarah Butler)
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Possibly thee WORST movie I've EVER seen! I wasn't familiar with Estella Warren until this movie and she alone was the ONLY reason I watched the whole miserable movie. This is one BEAUTIFUL woman, but it was one of the most mindless attempts of entertainment ever. This isn't even what is considered a "B" movie in my opinion, more like a "Z"!! Simple, mindless in every way. Acting, Directing and No Plot makes this a Reeeeeeal Stinker! Painful to watch except for the beautiful Estella Warren...
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By Doug Park on September 7, 2013
Format: DVD
Stilted acting, an unconvincing storyline, a script that could have been written by a fourth-grader, hackneyed horror film tropes (zombie imagery, etc), and phony picture-perfect makeup/costume design are all topped-off with a distractingly pervasive soap operatic soundtrack. The cover blurb says that this film is "A dark and twisted psychological thriller!" Yet, the "psychology" of it all is pretty rudimentary.

On the other hand, the cinematography is well-done despite the very low budget. No matter how limited the scope, there is some nice Balearic Islands scenery, and Sarah Butler, as tormented house-guest "Sarah," strips briefly in order to spice things up. Finally, there is some attempt at a twist, even if it's not a terribly original one, at the end.

THE STRANGER WITHIN is reminiscent of some of the corniest suspense films of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Indeed, it echos the title of a 1974 TV movie which apparently has a similar conflict and must have inspired this one.
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Jumped around alot. Didn't have much flow and it could have been alot better but the movie never flowed
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Pierotti on November 17, 2013
Format: DVD
I want to begin this review with a caveat. I have followed the career of Canadian athlete, model, and actress Estella Warren with both interest and growing concern. I know that Warren is considered to not be a good actress and that she was given a Razzie for Worst Supporting Actress for her first major film appearance in Tim Burton’s terrible reimagining of Planet of the Apes. I always found this unfair, because the impression I have drawn from watching her career is that Warren has made a consistent effort to portray women who were intelligent and independent rather than simply being a beautiful object and I think this is an interesting goal. To achieve this, Warren has developed a reputation for refusing nude scenes and any attempt to exploit her solely for her looks, in her first appearance in a film (Perfume) she argues with and then walks out on a fashion photographer who wants her to be the center of a group nude scene with a “heroin theme”. This situation continued through to Kangaroo Jack where she apparently refused to do a scene where she hung from a cliff in her underwear. This refusal caused a rant by Anthony Anderson, who derided her professionalism, apparently because he was the one who ended up dangling from that cliff.
This attitude seems to have cost Warren professionally because she has become the actress most likely to be brutalized, both physically and emotionally, on film during the 21st Century. This includes her being branded in Planet of the Apes, raped under anesthesia in I Accuse, kicked in her hugely pregnant belly in The Cooler, terrorized in Evil Remains, Lies and Crimes, and Dangerous Intuition, publicly humiliated in Driven and Her Minor Thing and subjected to whatever the hell was going on in Blue Seduction.
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