Alone

2020 • 97 minutes
3.6
216 reviews
90%
Tomatometer
R
Rating
Eligible
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Jules Willcox (Netflix's Bloodline) stars in ALONE as Jessica, a grief-stricken young widow who flees the city in an attempt to cope with the loss of her husband. When Jessica is tracked on the highway and then kidnapped by a mysterious man, she wakes to find herself locked in a cabin in the Pacific Northwest. She soon escapes into the untamed wilderness with only her wits to rely on for survival as she is pursued by her murderous captor. The key cast includes Marc Menchaca (Ozark, The Outsider) as The Man, and Anthony Heald (The Silence of the Lambs). Directed by John Hyams, this English-language remake of Mattias Olsson's 2011 Swedish film GONE is a terrifying masterclass in primal suspense.
Rating
R
3.6
216 reviews
Artari 808
September 22, 2020
This movie was actually awesome! Great cinematography, kept you on edge. I can't wait for it to be purchased, I would definitely see it again and again. Did not expect what would happen at the end. Some little minor flaws, but overall it was great.... a must see! Makes you think what actually can happen if you are out alone and you run into a psychopath like the guy in here.
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Jack Jones
February 13, 2021
Overrated. Starts off slow and goes nowhere. The ending picks up a bit but it's too drawn out. Don't know how it got such high ratings. It's just like the recent rigged election with hollywood paying off people to give this movie a higher rating.
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Derek Kuesel
September 26, 2020
Nice attempt at making a thriller, but due to the lead actor(victim)making mistake after mistake at looking out for one's self, it was too distracting. She was dumber than a box of hammers. My wife couldn't wait for it to be over.
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