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      2006 1 hr. 28 min. Mystery & Thriller Horror Drama List
      54% 13 Reviews Tomatometer 20% 2,500+ Ratings Audience Score A British tourist (Shaun Evans) grows suspicious of a mysterious American's (Scott Mechlowicz) motive for joining him and his fiancee on a trip through the Australian Outback. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Feb 07 Buy Now

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      Audience Member É o tipo de filme que demora todo o decorrer de 80% para começar a acontecer algo que estava "premeditado" na sinopse, hehehe, mas eu gosto, toda essa tensão do terror psicológico, que nem sempre tem um desfecho tão terrorístico como imaginávamos… Mais uma da leva "Maratonando filmes de terror de gosto duvidoso que estão saindo da Netflix", pouco angustiante, extremamente lento, só os 20 minutos finais valem a pena, razoável... Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/12/23 Full Review Audience Member Expected more from a show with these actors . Seems like a huge step down from Law and Order however it's not the acting that's terrible its the script. Such a shame and I don't see this lasting long Rated 1 out of 5 stars 01/13/23 Full Review Audience Member i read that this was a slow movie to start, but if you stick around for the ending you won't be disappointed... well i wasn't impressed. i don't recommend this one at all. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/20/23 Full Review Audience Member Gone (Ryan Ledwidge, 2007) I continue to lack an understanding of why this film has ever been, much less continues to be, compared to Wolf Creek. The two films don't even reside in the same genre of film, much less the same subgenre. Gone is an attempt at a cerebral thriller, far more in line with the various attempts to adapt the Ripley novels than a Wolf Creek-style gore film. The comparisons are sure to create unreasonable expectations in the minds of potential viewers; I can tell you this from personal experience. Not that I would have found the movie good had I known what I was getting into anyway; that just added an extra level of disappointment. Plot: Alex (Cashback's Shaun Evans) is on his way into the hinterlands to meet up with his girlfriend Sophie (Quills' Amelia Warner) hor a vacation. On his way, he stops for the night in Sydney, and meets Taylor (Peaceful Warrior's Scott Mechlowitz) in a bar. The next morning, Alex wakes up after a night of drinking far too much with Taylor and finds himself next to a woman. Taylor has photographic proof. That's not creepy, right? Taylor offers Alex a ride, they pick up Sophie, and then the fun begins. Or what should have been fun, but somehow managed to be dull as dishwater from first frame to last. There are so many places where this movie seemed like it should have been so much better than it was without ever actually seeming to aspire to get there. The cast is comprised of fine young actors, and all of them do capably here. The Australian landscape is gorgeous by default. Both of these things end up being more frustrating than anything, hamstrung as they are by a goofy script and a sense of pace that seems to have been plotted out by a meth addict, but only in between jolts. I think if someone had filmed a staged reading of this movie, I would have probably liked it better than what we actually got. ** Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/11/23 Full Review Audience Member Actually not a bad movie. And available on Netflix streaming! The performances were good, plot good, a lot of people said it was slow but it kept you wondering what was going to happen next. For a movie that's on Netflix streaming, I'm wondering how it got on there as most of those movies are "throwaways" that had a lackluster performance in movie theaters and make it to the Nexflix scrap heap rather quickly. This one actually held my interest. I didn't text even one time throughout the movie. The character of Taylor here is acted wonderfully and subtly for such a young actor (this guy was only like 23 or 24 when he did this movie). Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/19/23 Full Review Cameron M Predictable, dull, and low on scares, Gone can't progress very much plot with its numerous minuscule scenes. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 09/09/14 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Jason Bailey Rated: 4/5 Apr 26, 2011 Full Review Megan Lehmann Hollywood Reporter First-time director Ringan Ledwidge conjures up an effectively creepy mood to accompany three young backpackers on an ill-fated road trip across the Aussie desert. Mar 13, 2007 Full Review Wendy Ide Times (UK) You may be able to work out where it's going, but it's an enjoyable ride nonetheless. Mar 8, 2007 Full Review Matthew Turner ViewLondon Rated: 1/5 Apr 21, 2012 Full Review David Nusair Reel Film Reviews ...suffers from an egregiously laid-back pace that ultimately negates its few positive attributes... Rated: 2/4 Jul 21, 2007 Full Review Urban Cinefile Critics Urban Cinefile Debut feature for tv commercials director Ringan Ledwidge shows he has an innate sense of cinema, and handles the genre well and the outback looks gritty but great Jul 14, 2007 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Synopsis A British tourist (Shaun Evans) grows suspicious of a mysterious American's (Scott Mechlowicz) motive for joining him and his fiancee on a trip through the Australian Outback.
      Ringan Ledwidge
      Executive Producer
      Natascha Wharton, Jon Finn
      Andrew Upton, James Watkins
      Mystery & Thriller, Horror, Drama
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jul 24, 2012
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