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Professional wrestler Brodus Clay has a small role in the movie for it was produced by WWE Studios. See more »
When Emma tries to shoot Luke Evans with the pump shotgun, there is just and audible "click" indicating that the chamber was empty. Evans dialogue, "college girls...it's called a pump action" indicates that Emma simply didn't "rack a round" into the chamber. My point is that Emma's mistake wasn't that she didn't "charge" the shotgun with a round, it was that it wasn't loaded in the first place. See more »
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Concise. Not terribly clever, but the clarity of the intention - crystal clear. However, no.
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No One Lives is the type of movie that starts as many others and suddenly becomes something unexpected.
It is difficult to tell what happens without spoiling; but as in others Ryûhei Kitamura movies, there is no Good vs Evil but Evil vs Evil. If you never see any of his movies; get VERSUS before looking at this one.
Performances varies; Luke Evans is perfect; totally charismatic and captivating. Derek Magyar is terrifying as a psycho meeting his match. Laura Ramsey is pretty good as the other female characters; but Adelaide Clemens disappoints in a complex character far above her acting skills.
There is strong violence and gore but it never gets too disgusting (or at least too realistic) and are lots of dark funny moments.
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