VANISHING ON 7TH STREET Movie Review

Andrea

A self proclaimed "encyclopedia of useless entertainment knowledge", Andrea has been a movie buff, avid bookworm and tv junkie for as long as she can remember. Generally a fan of epic fantasy and RomComs, living in the great city of New York has allowed her to expand her film interests to everything under the sun….almost (she still stays away from most everything horror-themed.) She can usually be found watching her favorite films on repeat (Lord of the Rings, 300) or mourning the loss of her favorite tv shows (R.I.P. X-Files and Lost). You also will never see her without a cup of coffee attached to her hand.

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  • HJN527

    I just saw The Vanishing on 7th. Street and I, too, truly enjoyed the indi genre. The filming was certainly smart (Brad Anderson) and the cast quite convincing in their roles. There are a few “jolting” moments but the balance of the movie is about the cast and how they relate. Hayden Christensen has shown that he is up to a challenging role even though the writing is weak. I enjoyed the film due to it’s uncommon, poles apart, out of the ordinary filming by Brad Anderson. We all have a fear of the dark….

  • Amie

    Saw it at Torino, liked it very much. Europe seems to appreciate it more than America though

  • Irthorn

    Liked the movie, saw it On Demand via Comcast.
    I liked everything about it, but even though the end was left for controversy, I wish it had a bit more explanation as to what was going on.

    I am ok with movies that leave people to their personal oppinions, but the end left me wanting more elaboration because it leaves certain potholes in the storyline.

  • Lemonade

    The movie is blatant plagarism of the “Fever” series of books by Karen Marie Moning. Pathetic.

  • Anonymous

    Amie, that was my feeling too – that Europe would be much more favorable towards the project, given the way it was filmed. Glad you enjoyed it!