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Unable to solve a series of homicides, the FBI enlists a retired consultant with psychic powers. Is he a match for the extraordinary powers of the vicious murderer on a mission?
Special Features Included:
Commentary with Director Afonso Poyart
''Visions and Voices: The Making of SOLACE'' Featurette
Trailer Gallery --Lionsgate
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I'm really glad I did.
The story itself turned out to be the strongest part of the movie, which was a surprise to me as the one thing I was dubious about was the whole 'psychic consultant to the FBI' angle.
The acting was solid with flashes of brilliance that more than compensated for a few bits of flat dialogue and awkwardness.
The staging, pacing and visuals ranged from very good to great, and you only noticed what I assume were budget constraints in a few scenes set in public spaces (and it's not enough to take away from the overall quality).
A few blemishes, but unquestionably 97 minutes and $6.99 well spent.
Frankly, we have a struggle between multiple "good guys." Which ratchets up the tension nicely. I could have watched another four hours with these characters. Peering into their disparate lives, revealing secrets, was a pleasure.
The ending is, of course, a bittersweet twist. Open enough to allow for sequels, but solid enough to extrapolate EXACTLY what will be going on in these characters' lives in the near future. Weirdly beautiful.
What would you do, if you could see the suffering of others?
I was surprised to see that a certain other well known movie star was in this movie but he isn't mentioned in the cast listing here. - don't want to give a Spoil Alert, so I won't say who it is. The only part I feel wasn't a good fit was when the other agent was in the hospital - that entire dialogue was weird in the movie and what the end result is of that scene. Don't think that should have happened.
I hope Anthony Hopkins continues to make movies, and the producers/writers/directors make it worth Hopkins talents.
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