David A. Cross
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The Ancient Romans believed that the soul escaped one's body with the last breath. It was believed that last breath held the power to cure disease and prolong life. In 1930's, Dr. Robert Kaminsky devoted his life to finding out how to harness the power in the last breath. Years later, local novelty shopkeeper Susan Jordan owns finds a box once owned by Doctor Kaminsky. The antique draws the interest of two men - each with mysterious motives. Susan quickly finds herself in a perilous struggle to protect the box and the secrets that it holds.
Here's a review of THIS movie.
-Begins with interesting qualities and promising intrigue (first few minutes).
-Continues with a lot of very amateurish acting.
-Starts to slide into silly, melodramatic and illogical.
-Ends with the desire to have NOT rented this movie.
BTW - I was shocked at the RT reviewers till i finally realized--THOSE ARE NOT REVIEWS FOR THIS MOVIE (look at the director, click the link etc.)
Why do the bad movies get good reviews, and good movies get bad reviews?
Okay... Rotton Tomato's is freaking wrong to all movies! They say that the worst movies are the best, and the best movies are the worse. They should just.... shut up, and not say anything unless if its CORRECT!!! This movie makes no sence, and really? That much over a stupid box? Wow.... come up with a better plot next time
WRONG ROTTEN TOMATO REVIEW!!! DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY
DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE ROTTEN TOMATO REVIEW....IF YOU CLICK THE "READ MORE" LINK, YOU WILL SEE THAT THE REVIEW IS FOR ANOTHER MOVE. BUT OTHER THAN THAT, THE MOVIE IS JUST "OK".