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Krankenschwester Quinn Harris wird von ihrem Chef Dr. Sullivan sexuell belästigt, sagt aber nichts aus Angst, ihren Job zu verlieren. Diese Angst verliert an Bedeutung, als sie den Patienten Evan trifft, der ihr von einer App erzählt, die den. Countdown ein Film von Justin Dec mit Elizabeth Lail, Jordan Calloway. Inhaltsangabe: Kann eine Smartphone-App wirklich meinen genauen Todeszeitpunkt. Fragen wie diese sollten, zumindest ansatzweise, auch in Justin Decs Kinodebüt „Countdown“ eine Rolle spielen, in dem eine Handy-App den. Countdown (). Horror | USA | 91 Minuten. Regie: Justin Dec. Kommentieren. Teilen. Als eine Anwendung für Handys auf den Markt. Countdown ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr Film. Deutscher Titel, Countdown. Originaltitel, Countdown. Produktionsland, USA. Filmkritik: Bitte lesen Sie die Nutzerbedingungen! - OutNow hat «Countdown (/III)» für dich angesehen. Von Justin Dec. Mit Charlie McDermott, Anne Winters, Elizabeth Lail, Peter Facinelli, Jordan Calloway und Tom Segura.
Countdown ein Film von Justin Dec mit Elizabeth Lail, Jordan Calloway. Inhaltsangabe: Kann eine Smartphone-App wirklich meinen genauen Todeszeitpunkt. Fragen wie diese sollten, zumindest ansatzweise, auch in Justin Decs Kinodebüt „Countdown“ eine Rolle spielen, in dem eine Handy-App den. Diese Website ist das Online-Portal, das Ihnen jeden Film zu jeder Zeit, die Sie wollen mit nur einem Klick, Sie zählen.„SCOOBY!“ verrät, wie die Freunde.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 7. View All Photos Movie Info. When a young nurse downloads an app that claims to predict when a person is going to die, it tells her she has only three days to live.
With time ticking away and death closing in, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out. Justin Dec.
Oct 26, Elizabeth Lail Quinn Harris. Jordan Calloway Matt Monroe. Talitha Eliana Bateman Jordan Harris. Tichina Arnold Nurse Amy.
Byrne Father John. Peter Facinelli Dr. Dillon Lane Evan. Matt Letscher Charlie. Valente Rodriguez Father David.
Tom Segura Derek. Justin Dec Director. Justin Dec Screenwriter. John Rickard Producer. Zack Schiller Producer.
John Morris Producer. Sean Anders Producer. Robert Simonds Executive Producer. Adam Fogelson Executive Producer. Gregory Plotkin Executive Producer.
Tyler Zacharia Executive Producer. Countdown Is a Mediocre Time-Killer. October 25, Rating:. October 25, Full Review…. October 24, Full Review….
May 28, Full Review…. March 19, Full Review…. February 4, Rating: 3. February 1, Rating: 1. View All Critic Reviews Jan 12, I have history with Countdown.
Nothing personally with this movie written and directed by Justin Dec but because of the concept, a killer countdown ticking down to a specific person's ultimate demise.
In , I and a screenwriting pal of mine Joe Marino were developing a TV series pitch for… a mystery involving a website counting down to the specific second of specific people's deaths.
We even called it… "Countdown. I still have the pitch document and, if I do say so, it's not bad. I don't hold any suspicion with Dec and the filmmakers behind this version of Countdown.
Anyone can independently come up with the same high-concept premise, it's just funny to me the similarities between the two. It's also unfortunate because, after having seen this Countdown, that there won't be any other versions of this worthwhile premise.
Quinn Harris Elizabeth Lail is a nurse who is still coming to terms with her mother's tragic death, her feelings of guilt over the accident that caused it, and being harassed by her boss Peter Facinelli.
Her younger sister downloads a new cool app that predicts when a user will die. It's only a countdown timer and some people get ninety years and others get three days.
Quinn tries deleting the app, even buying a new phone, but it cannot be stopped, and she's now having strange visions and meeting up with other users who fear the app's threats are very real.
There's a reason Countdown almost kind of works. The premise has power. It's a modern mash-up of The Ring and Final Destination, with a technological trap that curses the user like The Ring and then as the seconds tick closer it becomes a paranoid guessing game of what could befall the victim, much like the sneaky appeal of the Destination movies.
This is all evident in the film's opening eight-minute prologue, which is actually, genuinely a good watch.
Had Countdown merely consisted of this opening segment, it could have been an enjoyable short film. It establishes its premise, some degree of rules, then simmers in the dread, and produces a few solid creepy moments and a clever conclusion that signals what Plan A had been for the victim's demise.
It's got enough punch and dread that I could see it performing well on a fest circuit. The problem comes when the movie tries to arrange a reasonable explanation for all the supernatural spookery.
The mystery of the unknown, a haunted app, is going to be better than uncovering the secrets behind the app and its "terms of agreement.
The killer app cites breach in agreement terms if users "alter their acceptance of fate. This is a silly notion because why is a magical phone app so particular about plans?
Then there's the moment where we get the specs on the data for this app and it's… bigger than expected "Like a whole season of Game of Thrones on your phone".
I guess that's slightly unexpected but who cares? It's little things like this that start to break down the internal logic of the movie's menace and Countdown was better off when it didn't have to support a feature.
The movie starts to crack when it tosses in subplots to fulfill a feature-length running time. Again, this premise could sustain a movie and even a series but when the conclusion is simply that the app is demonic and uses divine evil powers, then any sense of mystery about the particulars around it feels like jogging in place.
What does it matter when the app can justify any action, counter action, or outlandish scenario because of its demonic nature? Our characters gang together with the belief they can somehow break the curse if they beat the counter by one second, but why would they have any sense this could work and with a supernatural presence that can just change the rules?
When you're dealing with, you know, evil demons, they're not trustworthy. This explanation means that whatever happens can change at any time just because.
It makes it feel like all of the untangled mysteries and the determination to beat the system through some assumed understanding of agreed-upon rules as unsatisfying detours.
The most egregious subplot happens to be a very serious case of sexual harassment and assault by Quinn's boss.
This feels entirely out of place for "scary phone app" movie, and it very much feels grafted on by some studio executive who thought they would make their movie more relevant with the changing times.
Like some exec said, "Hey, throw in some of that Me Too stuff. That will show we care. Bring in the women. It's a very real problem.
It feels monumentally tacky to awkwardly cram in a real story of sexual assault as a questionable means of making the film more topical. I think there's an interesting story potential of people, knowing the exact second of their death, using it as a motivator good and bad.
Perhaps it motivates them to quit their job and finally tackle a long list of personal goals, ask that one girl out, write that novel as some sort of legacy.
Or perhaps it motivates them to live a life free of consequences and to take vengeance against others knowing full well their remaining years have been cut short.
There could be an entire group of people who view themselves almost as spiritual warriors who have been blessed with foresight so they run roughshod over society's rules.
There could be lots of interesting sociological and psychological areas this degree of foreknowledge could provide, so it feels a little reductive to simply have it be a demonic curse that nobody thinks much more about.
After appearing on numerous Worst of the Year lists, a countdown in its own right, I was expecting Countdown to be an awful, intelligence-insulting experience.
I didn't hate this. Dave John Bishop Gerry Allen Zwolle Patient Chuck Filipov Roberto Jeannie Elise Mai Allie Ramsay Philips Glenn Britt Rentschler Rosie Candice Daniels ER Nurse Marisela Zumbado Kate Nathan Moore Jack Anne McCarthy Evan's Mom Christina Pazsitzky Krissy Brian Tran Waiter Alexander Dominguez Joe Lisa Linke Margot Andrea Anders Jamie Harris John Barbolla Pickup Driver Sammi Hanratty Sammi Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Zackry Colston Youtuber uncredited Willow Hale Pool Player uncredited Kevin Paul Youtuber uncredited Dirk Rogers Ozhin uncredited David Sturgeon Evan's Dad uncredited Austin Zajur Gregory Plotkin Zack Schiller Character and Creature Designer Erick Garibay Foley Mixer Thomas Curley Compositing Supervisor Michael La Fave Second Assistant Camera: "a" camera Willow Jenkins Costume Production Assistant Tina ZepedaDiese Website ist das Online-Portal, das Ihnen jeden Film zu jeder Zeit, die Sie wollen mit nur einem Klick, Sie zählen.„SCOOBY!“ verrät, wie die Freunde. Diese kostenlose Weihnachts-App zeigt die verbleibende Zeit bis Heilig Abend in Tagen, Minuten, Stunden und Sekunden. FUNKTIONEN - Weihnachts.