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Every town has its secrets...
In the small town of Goshen, Indiana, teenage girls are mysteriously disappearing and no one seems to care. After revealing to her best friend Sarah (Anna Kendrick, Twilight) that she has been meeting men online, Jillian (Tania Raymonde, “Lost”) goes missing. Now, the only clues to her whereabouts are her diary and a cryptic video message sent from her cell phone.

BONUS FEATURES: Audio commentary with director Nathan Hope and producer Vincent Palomino

“The Road to Elsewhere” Featurette, Deleted Scenes, Photo Gallery


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Product Details

  • Actors: Anna Kendrick, Paul Wesley, Jeff Phillips, Shannon Holt, Tania Raymonde
  • Directors: Nathan Hope
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: E1 Entertainment U.S.
  • DVD Release Date: June 2, 2009
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001VG2M9Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,277 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Elsewhere [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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By The Movie Man VINE VOICE on July 12, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
"Elsewhere" focuses on long-time best friends Sarah (Anna Kendrick) and Jillian (Tania Raymonde). Though both grew up in the same small Indiana town, the two girls are total opposites. Sarah is a topnotch student and athlete, while Jillian is an underachieving troublemaker. Both girls want desperately to break free from boring small-town life, but Sarah is shocked to discover that Jillian has started meeting anonymous men through the Internet in order to find someone who will show her some excitement. Soon after this revelation, Jillian disappears, leaving behind only her journal and a video message sent from her cell phone. Determined to find her friend, Sarah enlists the aid of Jasper (Jon Gries), resident computer genius, who secretly has a crush on her. Their search, however, leads them to discover why no one wants Jillian found.
"Elsewhere" has elements of assorted thrillers in which innocents get involved in circumstances way above their heads. As the film progresses, suspense heightens and there are a few good scare moments. Ms. Kendrick does a competent job. You believe her as bright, level-headed, and thoughtful, and she does convey that all-important thriller movie ingredient -- escalating fear. Bonus features include deleted scenes, photo gallery, director and producer audio commentary, and a making-of featurette.
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Welcome to the dark world of cyber stalkers. Sarah (Anna Kendrick) is what you would call a good girl. Her friend, Jillian (Tania Raymonde) is what you would call a bad girl. Sarah THINKS she wants to be a bad girl like Jillian, but finds that it doesn't hold the appeal for her as it does for Jillian. Thankfully, Sarah runs into a "normal" every day good guy named Jasper (Chuck Carter) whom she finds far more endearing than the bad boy types who would be apt to hang out with Jillian.

One day, Jillian disappears. Sadly, nobody other than Sarah seems to care. Weird things start to happen when she searches for Jillian (I'll not say anything more than that). The fact that Jillian has hundreds of "cyber buddies" is a clue, but a vague one. Thankfully, her buddy Jasper is there to help Sarah through the travail of trying to figure out what happened to her friend.

In 2 words, Anna Kendrick is elegance personified. Her performance is nothing short of captivating & if you're anything like me you'll find yourself wanting to "dive into the movie" to rescue her character. This is a far cry from horror movies where you're typically inclined to look upon the characters as nothing more than ax murderer-bait.

All in all, this is a good movie that focuses on a very serious issue: children & teens who go missing. We always hear about high profile cases, but not so much about children who don't come from well-to-do or affluent families. Jillian always wanted to get out of the small town in Indiana where she grew up. Sadly, she finds that the big wide world is far more malevolent than she imagined it to be. U2 fans will be inclined to recall to mind the song from THE JOSHUA TREE called MOTHERS OF THE DISAPPEARED.
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Teens seeking suspense and many an adult viewer looking for something different will find the movie ELSEWHERE an avid show. Sarah and Jillian have been long-time best friends although very different. Sarah is shocked to find her friend has started meeting anonymous men over the internet in search of excitement - and when Jillian vanishes, she and her friend search for their missing friend and the reason why nobody in town seems to want her found. Deleted scenes, audio commentary with the film's director and producer, and a featurette enhance a gripping saga highly recommended for teen to adult viewers.
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I love the actress Anna Kendrick, she so hot and sexy!!! She is in the movie most of the time, and I don't think she wasn't ever in a scene. lol So, if you really like her, as much as I do, you want to watch this. She'll bring her funny charm with her.

All right, what is this movie about? Well, it's about a girl, Janet, who went missing 5 years ago. And, the town never really cared it, and didn't really do or look for her. Then, later, we find that many girls went missing over the years too. Now comes Sara (Anna Kendrick) and her best friend Jillian. Jillian is one of the slutty girls that comes from a poor negligent family. Sara is one of those nice, over achiever girls that comes from a wealthy family. They both work at the same store and goes to the same school and are best friends.

Now one day, Jillian goes missing. And Sara, is the only person in the whole town that seems to care about it. She wants to find out what happened to her best friend. After some time, Sara thinks Jillian is in super trouble, because she got this weird video message and then this weird text from Jillian's phone.

Now, Sara has a friend name Jasper, and he really likes her. She needs his help because she can't do it alone. Jasper doesn't really want to help her, but does it anyways because he likes her so much. ( I think he should had man up and asks Sara for things too, if you get my drift. Wink wink.) Jasper comes in handle because he works at the school's library, and he allows Sara to use the computers there with open access because he knows the password. Sara can't use her computer at the house because her comp has tracking software on it and doesn't want her mom knowing what she has been doing.
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