User Ratings |, July 29, 2016 |, December 6, 2017 I thought she was displaying a case of postpartum psychosis and wondering what is her sister gonna do about that... And what does she do? While the title and synopsis suggest a survival drama, this movie in fact gives you very little detail on the actual measures taken to 'survive' in a situation of prolonged power outage. Set aside the narrative on the human condition, etc. |, November 9, 2018 This isn't that movie and you shouldn't go in expecting any of that, because of your preconceived idea of what a movie about the apocalypse should be. Essentially this was just an emotionally acted fantasy without much basis in the real world. Rhombus Media, March 4, 2019 Is it ready for the 2am slot of the lifetime network? Your Ticket Confirmation # is located under the header in your email that reads "Your Ticket Reservation Details". This movie is absurd and totally boring. Mold! I would just like to know what they were doing with several giant sacks of salt, but didn't have propane, emergency fuel, and even quickly ran out of soap! At first I thought it was going to be little interesting to see how they all survive, but as the movie goes on you find out the characters are the kind that would not survive any kind of apocalypse in the long term. WTF!? Directed by Patricia Rozema. Please reference “Error Code 2121” when contacting customer service. Now the two girls have to learn how to survive in the wilderness. I'm part of you?" An intensely bleak feminist-tinged apocalyptic tale of sisterly love and devotion taken to the extreme. The ending is poorly conceived, totally unrealistic and flat out stupid. Is it what I would call a great movie? Um, no. Into the Forest has its share of dramatic scenes, but Rozema is more focused on the emotional effects of the crisis...the result is a stark, emotional story about survival and sisterhood - depicting not dystopia per se, but a new beginning. Unless they lived in a fairly substantial house they would freeze to death. Just below that it reads "Ticket Confirmation#:" followed by a 10-digit number. | Coming Soon, Regal In 1869 the Lord Mayor of Melbourne organised a picnic of nearly 500 people to Fern Tree Gully, to welcome the Flying Squadron of the British Navy to Victoria. One that completely relies on the performances of Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood. And, ultimately, it is also about new beginnings. The story being told on the faces of Page and Wood has eloquence and power. The one major problem with “Into the Forest,” the one that keeps it from making that final leap of good movie to a potentially great one, is that the final third is just not quite as strong as the stuff that precedes it. I wouldn't fully recommend it, because it's not the type of movie that's easy to digest, but I thought it was damn good and that's all that matters to me. Eva! That can be massaged by the writer to match her message as she sees fit (some of the messages are not all that great, but I'm a guy), but what is obviously lacking in the story is the amount of technical consult work that must be done to ensure any viewer that has a slight idea of how things work doesn't turn away from the film before the conclusion. Eva?? I had hoped for more. I had the privilege of seeing this at a film festival in Chicago, where the director--Patricia Rozema--gave a Q&A session after the credits rolled.