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      At the End of the Tunnel

      2016 2h 0m Crime Drama Mystery & Thriller List
      83% Tomatometer 6 Reviews 74% Audience Score 100+ Ratings A paraplegic computer engineer starts to hear noises and the voices of bank robbers in his basement. Read More Read Less

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      Brent McKnight The Last Thing I See Slick editing, excellent use of interior confines and overgrown exteriors, and a unique score and sound editing, create a package that's both fresh and familiar, putting new flourishes on a classic noir-inspired tale. Rated: B+ Jul 1, 2020 Full Review Chus Pérez Girón Espinof 'At the End of the Tunnel' is a good film, despite its extensive introduction, its clumsiness in certain parts of the script, and an ending that could be improved. [Full Review in Spanish] Aug 21, 2019 Full Review Matt Oakes Silver Screen Riot Rodrigo Grande's devilish Argentine caper pits a paraplegic engineer against a malevolent troop of thieves burrowing beneath his house to rob a nearby vault. Rated: B- Nov 2, 2018 Full Review Katherine Monk Though some of the plot is self-revealing and the rest seems to stick to genre lines and the frame of Rear Window, there's still a lingering sense of the unknown and the unpredictable that keeps At the End of the Tunnel on a taut line. Rated: 3.5/5 Oct 29, 2017 Full Review Diego Batlle A psychological thriller that has more findings than flaws. [Full Review in Spanish] Rated: 3/5 Apr 26, 2016 Full Review Benjamín Harguindey EscribiendoCine The moments of suspense are done properly, but overall the script is very flawed. [Full review in Spanish] Apr 25, 2016 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Laurian D Excellent thriller with a great story and a very smart and satisfying finale. A must see! Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 08/25/23 Full Review Late R It's a bit far-fetched and doesn't do very well in handling the human/emotional side of things which is an integral part of the plot that involves putting a spin on a familiar heist story, but despite its flaws, ‘At The End of The Tunnel' is entertaining enough thanks to good performances and writer/director Rodrigo Grande's ability to maintain a certain level of suspense. There's a sense that Grande tried and didn't quite manage to write something smarter and with a deeper meaning, something that shows in the ending that contains one too many lucky coincidences and doesn't land emotionally the way it obviously wanted to. At the end of the day, it's perfectly passable entertainment with some interesting ideas, but ultimately, but there's a better film in there somewhere. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 06/06/21 Full Review Audience Member muy buena pelicula 7/10 Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member 2019-2-7 I feel some pieces were missing which made the story not so complete, and also made the movie not so reasonable. Why was there a crashed car in the unmaintained backyard? Why did a computer engineer have sleeping drugs to inject? Why did the computer engineer have a jar of poisoned cookie or chocolate in the house? Why did Joaquin can just knock off the ground of the vault, but the bad guys need to put a bomb to break into the vault? .. The idea of the story was good. It would be perfect if the lost pieces are filled into the movie. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Um homem em uma cadeira de rodas descobre que estão cavando um tunel para roubar um banco e descobre que a mulher que alugou um quarto na sua casa é a mulher do traficante e está apenas monitorando ele para ver se não descobre tudo... ele amarra a mulher e dopa ela e depois rouba os criminosos e acaba inundando o túnel matando os vagabundos.. no final se envolve em um rolo com a polícia e criminosos e muita gente acaba morrendo... . Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/16/23 Full Review Audience Member Not all the plans are foolproof. Not quite what I was looking for, but still I had a nice time watching it. This is an Argentine crime-thriller. Minimal cast film and entirely shot a building and its surroundings. Literally, it was always a dark atmosphere, like it all happened at night time. The opening parts were intentional as everything deliberately put together for a quick start. It was not a matter of cliché, but knowing how all these stories begin, they did not waste time for all the details. Just the glances at related stuffs revealed all the necessary details, like unmaintained backyard, crashed car, photographs et cetera, would tell the story all you wanted to know. Even though the film ran for two hours. So you might think they filled entire film with a tight plot, but that's not what really happened. Watching a film over that long was the tricky part, because there's no significant change in the narration in the first half, everything was in the following half. This is the story of a paraplegic computer engineer who is living alone in his house, but most of his time he spends at the basement working with computers. He was not as mysterious as he looked at the first glance. You will know him well with the progression of the story. Not from the past, but moving forward, and his intentions. It's about the time a single mother and her young daughter come asking him the room as they saw the rental signboard placed outside. It all happens suddenly where she moves in in the next few hours. As staying together, there's no proper connection was made between them, her attempts does not bring any positive. As the days go by, he discovers some gang is planning a heist in the next building. Now all his focus come into it and it's time to decide how to deal it, and once he did, his plans and its executions are what takes the centre stage in the remaining narration. ?In the end no matter how organised your plan is, it always depends on either a girl or luck.? You probably would make a couple of guesses how it's all going to shape up, in particular how the finale sets up. So it is not that suspense if you think it would be. All the heist films you have seen in your life would make it easier for you to have many perspectives, whenever there comes a twist or turn. The bad part was the characters. All the film characters were clichéd. Like every weakness, strength is for a reason and those were not protected well for revealing it in the later parts. So concentrate every scene, even a small scene without ignoring. They all come into play in the crucial segment. It was something like a well known story and character pattern, except the settings, which kind of gives a fresh look for the product. The fist one hour was too slow, no exciting developments. It's all between two groups, one was the criminal gang with a major plan in their hand and the second was a family, well, it was almost like a family in the next door. All the events happen separately, but once the contact was made in the final act, the slow drama turns a fast paced thriller. But again, it compromises in the confrontation part. If you are going to expect a big face-off after what it all were developed in the earlier section, that's a pretty disappointment. But still it is a good film to watch once. Not a silly film on the overall, a theme like this to design takes quite a brain, though not a genius film and it was pretty neatly done. Especially the kind of audience they were aiming for, is not particular anyone, but mostly everybody. Whatever the characters were, the cast was excellent. They all performed their parts accordingly, including that little kid. Except it was a long film, if you are okay with a simple and entertaining product, this will do fine. For those who anticipate clever twists and turns, this will fall into an average. There were lots of opportunity to improvise the screenplay, but it was in my mind that I thought it should have been like this and that who is having opinions on the film that was already made. And that's the expectation that will kill your entertainment. I'm getting used to it, so for me it was a decent film and I'll recommend it to the selected viewers. 7/10 Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Movie Info

      Synopsis A paraplegic computer engineer starts to hear noises and the voices of bank robbers in his basement.
      Rodrigo Grande
      Gerardo Herrero, Axel Kuschevatzky, Vanessa Ragone, Martín Seefeld
      Rodrigo Grande
      Production Co
      Haddock Films
      Crime, Drama, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Aug 2, 2017
      2h 0m
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