ChooseJanuary 3, 2011
A journalism student tracks a killer with the help of her detective father and a therapist.
Release Year: 2011
Rating: 4.4/10 (1,222 voted)
Stars: Katheryn Winnick, Kevin Pollak, Nicholas Tucci
Fiona Wagner is studying for a master's degree in journalism and still grieves for her mother Samantha who committed suicide at the Crescent Hotel three years ago. Her father, Detective Tom Wagner, is investigating the brutal death of lawyer Elliot Vincent, who was murdered by his teenager daughter. His daughter was forced to choose between killing him or having her mother, little brother and herself killed by a sadistic criminal that had broken in their house. When pianist Simon Campbell is forced to choose between losing his fingers or his hearing, Tom realizes that a deranged serial-killer is attacking people. Meanwhile, Fiona is contacted by the criminal through the codename ISO_17. Fiona recalls that her mother had mentioned something about choice in her suicide note and she decides to investigate the sadistic man further.
Writers: Brandon Camp, Mike Thompson
Sheriff Tom Wagner
Dr. Ronald Pendleton
Lenny von Dohlen
Creepy guy in hotel
He makes the rules. You make the choice.
Release Date: 3 Jan 2011
Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA
Oh my God. Jess told me that he's like way into Ella. Ugh. Can you say slut?
[on video chat]
I heard she gave him a blumpy.
Boys are disgusting. And that guy Nick? He's thinks he's all like, look at me, I'm so beautiful.
I think he's kinda cute.
No. No. I mean he's kinda hot, but he's *not* God's gift. No.
I heard he hooked up with Michelle.
*No* he did not.
He totally did. Like for real.
This movie or a good one? CHOOSE!
Caught this at Leeds Hyde Park Picture House's Night of the Dead and
wish I hadn't. Dull, by-the-numbers serial killer slasher that has one
gimmick – the killer makes his victims choose between two nasty
punishments – that proves to be a lot less interesting than the you'd
Cue a plucky young journalist who uses the power of Google searching to
solve a series of local crimes that her father, a high-ranking police
officer, inexplicably doesn't seem to give a toss about.
The script has unintentional laugh-out-loud moments, and that's about
the best I can say about this gently steaming pile of tepid naffness.