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Landing in the paradise, cross-cutting back to the main characters past life in New York, Erik (Matton) a young writer dependent on the love of his life Joanna (Larsdotter), argue and split up in the unfamiliar country of Thailand.
Comedy Matt is facing the inevitable ending of his youth, and is also alone on his weekly outing in his beloved hometown of Waterloo, Iowa. His best friend and main friend Tanner is now engaged and spending all his time with his fiance.
Abigail Van Patten,
Adam, Jack, Stephanie, and Amanda are spending time in an out-of-the-way cabin. Stephanie wants to make a found-footage film that involves the four being hunted by a crazy man. The next morning, they decide to switch the story and have the two girls - Amanda and Stephanie - swimming in a stream, while two hillbillies - Adam and Jack - watch them. They decide to go on a hike, and the men take off to hide and jump out at the women. During the hike, it's revealed that Adam and Steph really love each other, but Jack and Amanda have pretty much fallen out of love. I won't give away any spoilers, so the review ends here. I will say that this is NOT a found-footage film.
I gave this a 3-star rating. The cinematography was awful. It looks like it was filmed in the 1970s. The acting was nothing great, but the bonding in the beginning was believable. The climax of the film didn't make very much sense to me. I was bored through virtually all of the film. I wouldn't watch this again, and I can't say that I'd recommend it either. There is nudity in this. Adam walks into the bathroom showing his butt.
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