MISSING was on par with Searching. This new format that movie makers are producing was fun in the beginning, but now I just find it tedious to watch. There’s no way for you to read every single thing either being typed or read without missing items. This is just my take on this style, I find it lazy. It’s a lazy and cheap way of making a movie. Keep in mind I turn 50 this year. I’m sure these movies are geared toward teens and young adults who may enjoy them better than I do.
The one thing I can take away from this movie is that it’s really hard to disappear in today’s society. There are cameras everywhere and social media accounts will be the fall of us all.
The younger generations will probably like this movie but folks over the age of 50 will be bored.
About The Peetimes: There are 2 Peetimes to choose from. I recommend the 1st due to some plot development in the 2nd Peetime.
|Rated:||(PG-13) Teen Drinking | Some Strong Violence | Language | Thematic Material|
|Starring:||Nia Long, Amy Landecker, Ken Leung|
|Director:||Nicholas D. Johnson, Will Merrick|
|Writer(s):||Aneesh Chaganty, Nicholas D. Johnson, Will Merrick|
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Favorite movie genre: Horror, horror, and more horror. The more disturbing, the better. Period.