Occupant

January 3rd, 2011







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Plot
25 year old Danny Hill's grandmother just died giving Danny the chance to move into her enormous rent controlled apartment in Manhattan...

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 4.3/10 (494 voted)

Director: Henry Miller

Stars: Van Hansis, Cody Horn, Thorsten Kaye

Storyline
25 year old Danny Hill's grandmother just died giving Danny the chance to move into her enormous rent controlled apartment in Manhattan. Danny must lock himself in for twelve days before he can take over the lease. There's just one problem -- he may not be the only occupant.

Cast:
Van Hansis - Danny Hill
Cody Horn - Sharleen Hunt
Thorsten Kaye - Joe
Jamie Harrold - Harold
Brian Berrebbi - Building Manager
Veronica Cruz - Medical Examiner
Domenico D'Ippolito - Pizza Delivery Guy
Jerry Damons - Young Cop
Lou Ferguson - Luther
Edward Gelbinovich - Hipster Tenant
Scott Gregory - Phil (Danny's Roommate)
Derek Hedlund - NYPD Sergeant
Ed Jewett - New Doorman
Hayley Knafel - Phil's Girlfriend
Christophe Lepage - Hearse Driver



Details

Official Website: Official Facebook | Official site |

Release Date: 3 Jan 2011

Filming Locations: Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

User Review

Predictable and slow

Rating: 4/10

Not recommended. This movie was slow and predictable. If you've seen the Shinning, then you have basically seen this movie. The acting was well done and there were some cool shots, but the actual plot is one that is constantly overdone. It never made me cringe and I rolled my eyes at the complete utter predictability of it. It's a waste of time. Really, it is. I have never looked at the clock so much during the movie, wondering when it was going to end.

And also, I am not a person that is usually good at predicting things, but this movie was so easy to predict. The other thing is, I didn't really like the main character, due to the way he was presented in the beginning, so the fact was that I didn't care at all as to what was going to happen to him made the movie even more boring. It was a well reviewed film by other users, which gave me the idea that it was original and well done. IT ISN'T.









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