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COME AND FIND ME

COME AND FIND ME

COME AND FIND ME 9

COME AND FIND ME REVIEWED

“Come and Find Me” is a lesser Whedon powered look into what one man will do to get his woman back. Garret Dillahunt turns up in a rather strong supporting heavy role, but everything feels like it is forcing Paul into a corner. Aspects of the film feels like a Spike TV take on “The Vanishing”. What kills the film is that it can barely justify its nearly two hour runtime. Throughout the movie, you have an idea of what the resolution will be.

When you hit the ending, it just feels like the longest TV pilot in history. I know that many readers are still huge Breaking Bad fans, but that doesn’t mean everything needs supported. Could this have played better? Well, maybe if it came out 20 years ago. As of now, it feels like so played out. Appreciate the acting, but the film has been done many times before.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Featurette
  • Commentary

A/V STATS

  • 2.39:1 1080p transfer
  • DTS-HD 5.1 master audio track

RELEASE DATE: 1/17/17

  • 94%
    Video - 94%
  • 95%
    Audio - 95%
  • 91%
    Supplemental Material - 91%
  • 90%
    Film Score - 90%
93%

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