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Cold Comes The Night

2014

R CC
3.7 out of 5 stars (44) IMDb 5.7/10

CHLOE (Alice Eve), a struggling motel owner and her daughter SOPHIA are taken hostage by TOPO (Bryan Cranston), a nearly blind career criminal as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from corrupt cop, BILLY (Logan Marshall-Green). Hoping to escape to a better life, Chloe tries to strike a deal with Topo but soon finds herself in over her head, and a series of double crosses leaves a cloud o..

Starring:
Alice Eve, Ursula Parker
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Tze Chun
Starring Alice Eve, Ursula Parker
Supporting actors Logan Marshall-Green, Sarah Sokolovic, Ashlie Atkinson, Robin Lord Taylor, Bryan Cranston, Dylan Chalfy, Eleni Lucas, Marceline Hugot, Erin Cummings, Leo Fitzpatrick, Robert Prescott, Stephen Sheffer, Chazz Menendez, Esau Pritchett, Alexander Dean Williams
Studio Samuel Goldwyn Films
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: DVD
Nothing truly special or unusual: Just a really good crime drama that's a little too well-acted and realistic to be labeled a "thriller." COLD COMES the NIGHT is grimly riveting and constantly leaves you wondering what will happen next. Some layers, twists, and reversals, but it's still very easy to follow and, therefore, may be a little too episodic and simple for some tastes.

CCN has a minimalistic low-budget appeal to it. We don't know a whole lot about the various players in the smaller town Mid-Atlantic setting. Nevertheless, it shows us all we really need to know. Violent, disturbing, but without cheap schlocky gore. I kept thinking, "This is how real murders must look and, especially, sound." Alice Eve gives a plain yet memorable performance as Chloe, a tough but compassionate single mother who manages a sleazy motel where all the trouble starts. The other actors do likewise in their roles. The script and cinematography are similarly real. Nice ending. Good, fitting soundtrack too. Though it doesn't try for anything big, COLD COMES the NIGHT accomplishes all it sets out to do and is a very watchable little film.
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Chloe (Alice Eve) runs a small motel off the beaten path in upstate New York near the Canadian border. She is a single mom trying to raise her daughter Sophia (Ursula Parker). The motel is frequented by drug users and prostitutes to the dismay of social services who have given her an ultimatum. She is friends with Billy (Logan Marshall-Green) a local cop who is also dirty.

Through a series of circumstances Chloe is forced to work with Topo (Bryan Cranston) , a near blind Russian transporter who is attempting to recover a lost package.

The movie builds slow to develop character which smartly evolves during the film. This is a crime/drama indie thriller that was done well, filmed on location. The opening scene during the credits created a cold wintry feel through sight and sound. Good quality work by writer.director Tze Chun. I would like to see what he could do with a real budget.

Worth a view for those who enjoy an indie thriller.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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CCN is a better than average movie. However, Bryan Cranston is not the star, the star is Alice Eve. She plays a very strong and tough woman caught between poverty and crime. It is a different kind of character for a woman and I liked it a lot. It really gives us a less glossy look at how and why murders happen. Often there isn't a plan, they just happen when situations spin out of control. Its not a big picture, its not an Oscar winner, it is an interesting story, and Chloe is a very interesting character that you will care a lot about.
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Format: DVD
I rented this from Redbox expecting this to be a dud. The plot at first seemed to be run of the mill, but once you get over Bryan Cranston's stupid foreign accent, you really get into the storyline. The movie has several twists that are unexpected and kept me guessing, especially at the end. Now it definitely isn't an oscar winner, but it is definitely worth watching.
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Unusual movie to say the least. Different but did watch all of it, and had a different ending than I expected. The actor was the same who played in Breaking Bad, although I liked Breaking Bad the most.
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Format: DVD
With the monster hit that was Breaking Bad, and the fame that Brian Cranston gained from the acclaimed hit television show that he wouldn't choice a mediocre B level thriller with a poorly meaningless named title like Cold Comes the Night as his first post-Breaking Bad film. It's not that Cold Comes the Night is a terrible film or even a bad one, but Cold Comes the Night is a poorly scripted film that is predictable, and is only remotely saved by its cast.

The script is predictable in its mediocrity with Alice Eve playing Chloe a down on her luck single mother with a heart of gold running a small motel barely making ends meet, and reluctantly allowing prostitution and drugs to be operated in her motel as she is trying to get enough money find a new home, and keep social services from taking her daughter Sophia from her. Enter John a low level mob currier and Toba (Brian Cranston) the still deadly, but nearly blind and over the hill mob currier who are traveling across country with a package, and end up checking into Chloe's motel. After an incident leaving John dead the package that Toba and John were carrying goes missing and Toba turns to Chloe for help getting what belongs to him back.

Everyone can see where things are going as the film is clearly predictable in what will happen. What keeps Cold Comes the Night from being a dismal B film are the performances by the stars. The beautiful Alice Eve gives on of her best acting performance as Chloe the struggling single mother who is struggling trying to take care of her daughter, and in Toba she sees a way out of the endless struggle of trying to keep her and Sophia clothed, fed, and with a roof over their heads.
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"Cold Comes the Night" is the first full length movie to depict Bryan Cranston since his portrayal of Walter White in "Breaking Bad". This already makes viewers of the film enter their viewing experience with high expectations of what the movie should be like prior to even seeing the opening credits. Fans of the hit AMC series will expect a violent, in control, aggressive, yet likable character portrayal from Cranston, and a story that is deep enough to reach down under the skin of audience and keep their focus throughout the duration of the feature length film. Well, the movie does most of that.

The film succeeds at doing several things quite well but falls short in other areas. For example, the characters in the film are fairly likable, with perhaps a few exceptions where the character was not given the proper screen time or script to fully develop into a more in depth role. However, the main characters presented in "Cold Comes the Night" are easy to relate to; the audience can feel either complete empathy for them or hatred for how sinister certain characters' actions are perceived. The ability to either completely like or hate a particular character is a testament of the level of writing and acting depicted within "Cold Comes the Night".

However, just because the characters are likeable and portrayed in a high quality and dignified manner does not necessarily mean that the plot is without error. The plot is rather basic and focuses simply around $100,000 that everyone simply wants their hands on at all costs. People die from one scene to another, all as a result of the money being seen by yet another individual who has decided to try to take the money for him/herself.
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