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An intriguing Dean Koontz movie
The quirky hybrid style between John Dies at the End's dark tone, and one-liner jabs that elicited more than a scoff from me really brings this movie together. While careful to not take itself too seriously at times, there is the occasional cheese that works its way into any movie. However, clever writing and smart direction make this movie something to be reckoned with.
|Morse Bicknell||Kevin Goss|
|Willem Dafoe||Wyatt Porter|
|Patton Oswalt||Ozzie P. Boone|
|Kyle McKeever||Bern Eckles|
|Jack Justice||Odd Thomas|
|Addison Timlin||Stormy Llewellyn|
|Nico Tortorella||Simon Varner|
|Kyle T. Cowan||Lyle|
|Carsten H.W. Lorenz||Butch|
|Shuler Hensley||Fungus Bob|
|Laurel Harris||Karla Porter|
|50 Cent||Shamus Cocobolo|
In a California desert town, a short-order cook with clairvoyant abilities encounters a mysterious man with a link to dark, threatening forces.
Theatrical : 2014-02-28 : United States of America