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Plot: Bob, a cab-driving serial killer who stalks his prey on the city streets alongside his reluctant protégé Tim, who must make a life or death choice between following in Bob's footsteps or breaking free from his captor.
Runtime: 95 mins Release Date: 31 Aug 2012
Worthy rental if you like to find the hidden gems! (by nanders143)
I rented this movie from Redbox and watched it last night with my husband. Loved it! It is one of those movies that marks you and leaves you with questions. The movie is about a boy who was with his mother when a taxicab driver abducted and murdered her. The same taxicab driver takes the boy in, renames him Rabbit. Rabbit learns that trying to outsmart the one who holds him captive does not work and he goes into survival mode, simply working to make it through day to day. The acting of both men was stellar. Even the extras in this movie were amazing actors. But this is a movie that is strong <more>
ONLY because of the acting. There aren't any million dollar special effects, amazing backdrops, no fancy CGI, and sorry guys no naked cheerleaders with breasts bared. The story line is not as straight forward as it sounds, as Rabbit and Bob become a twisted sort of family. I think that we all want to believe that such things cannot happen, but the reality is that all too often they do happen. People can be monsters. Some are born and others are made, and this movie makes you question both. Was the man who became a monster made a monster by his past? Was the man who walked away unscathed, maybe even more of a monster than the monster? This movie is still simmering in my mind, and likely will for days to come. Highly recommend this movie, and even an action junkie like me was able to sit through it, and I continued to sit after the movie ended, listening.
Well, all I can say right now is .......WOW WOW WOW. Did I mention WOW?Absolutely AMAZING film !! Jennifer Lynch obviously has gotten some genius film genes from her Dad !!!! Everything about it is perfect! I can say that from the very beginning I was literally transfixed. Vincent D'Onfrio is a BRILLIANT actor !! He has played his share of very disturbing characters, but he hit the mother load on this one !! I have a lot of respect for him as an actor because he is so choosy about what he plays. I watched it on my computer and all I knew was Jennifer was the director. After a little bit I <more>
realized that it was Vincent...... totally unrecognizable!
i saw this film as the story looked interesting, this is a strange film as it is a sexually violent film but keeps a lot to the imagination. this film blew me away, wheel scripted, well acted and well directed and a great twist that i didn't see coming. whether you like horror, thrillers or films in general watch this film now.i was impressed with the realism of the script and the acting in general, it is definitely an indie film but deserves a blockbuster audience, anybody who enjoys a good movie would be letting themselves down if they failed to watch this film wow.i was transfixed from <more>
the open scene, i would describe this film as a slow burner but rather say this film simmers throughout and provides a dull moment.
Jennifer Lynch has created something here that is nothing short of breath taking. From the tone and mood to the color and performances, this film is a must for any fan of dark reality. This film could happen. Vincent D'Onfrio gives a brilliant performance as a serial killer with a chance to be a mentor to his captive. I loved this film, it is just so sad that Hollywood does not recognize films like this when awards come around. This film is honest, unrelenting and touching. This is how horror films should be made. Horror, not gore, not slasher. This film kept me glued to my seat on pins <more>
and needles wondering how everything was gonna play out. I was not let down. Jennifer, thank you so much.
With its sunny daylight ranch exteriors and sparse, sickly yellow interiors, Jennifer Lynch's Chained is not playing subtle at being a domestic dysfunction drama. But seeing how the film is also firmly exists in the gory serial-killer box, it is one of the more subtle and affecting entries in that particular sub-genre. This dichotomy makes the film a bit of an enigma, drifting between two radically different discomfort zones, but one that lingers because of it. Tim and his mom Julia Ormond, doing the director a favour here after knocking things out of the park in Lynch's previous <more>
A curiously common thread in these reviews (by swimtwobirds2)
Just a brief remark - nearly half of the reviews here talk of 'when I walked away from this movie' or similar; the movie must have had quite an effect since nobody talks of taking a taxi home after the movie.This might seem like a matter of little consequence to those who have not yet seen the movie but - spoiler coming - I promise that it does become kinda deep and meaningful. And when you are paying all those dollars for your taxi ride home, of course you don't want the bloody thing full to the brim with terminally hysterical screaming girls.I must also remark that the condition <more>
of Mr d'O's character's cab is a credit to him - always spotless despite all that travel on unsealed bush roads, and not a dinged panel or bent fender in sight. And is it the same cab for the whole - what - eight years or so?
A great movie with a huge twist. (by Michael-Hallows-Eve)
This film is well done. The parts are played well, and the movie is intriguing from start to finish. D'Onofrio is great as the serial killing cab driver. I think Jennifer Lynch has done a great job with the script and the actors. But after seeing 'HISSS', you hoped that she had improved, and in my mind she has done so easily. The story is very good too, I was watching wanting to know what happens with Tim. And then there's the huge plot twist at the end, you do not see it coming! It was what made the film worth seeing through to the end. If you're like me and love a good <more>
twist, then this movie is well worth seeing. So I give it a solid 8 out of 10.
The movie is a really difficult watch. It's not easy seeing what is happening on screen and is meant to be that way. Vincent D'Onofrio is mesmerizing in a bad or a good way, depending on how you look at it . His character is more than despicable, but the acting is amazing. So if you know that, you know why the voting is split down the middle. The ending is not helping either with most people.The director talked about the ending and there is a different version of it, if I got it right extended , which I'm looking forward to see on an upcoming release. Though I do feel the ending <more>
I saw was very good too. It might take you back a little, but if you think about it, it does make a lot of sense.
"Chained" is a deeply disturbing descent into the twisted world of a serial killer (by ersinkdotcom)
Jennifer Lynch's "Chained" is one of those films I walked away from completely disturbed but also captivated by. I find it hard to even call it a horror film because it doesn't fit in to the definition of the genre. A horror film to me is one that you walk away from with a sense of fun from being scared. There's nothing fun about "Chained." All I kept thinking the entire time I watched it is, "This really could and does happen." It's a gripping psychological thriller that throws in a few twists here and there to keep the viewer on their toes. <more>
Basically, it's exactly what you would expect from the daughter of director David Lynch.Bob Vincent D'Onofrio is a cab driving serial killer who picks his victims up and takes them to his rural house. One afternoon, Bob picks up a little boy named Tim Evan Bird and his mother Julia Ormond from the movies. He takes the boy and his mother to his home. After killing Tim's mother, he chains the boy up and tells him he'll be his servant for the rest of his life and his name is now Rabbit. As Rabbit Eamon Farren grows into a teenager, he realizes the only way Bob will allow him to survive is by following in the killer's footsteps. He must find a way to escape from the psycho before it's too late.If you're looking for a fun horror movie for Halloween, steer clear of "Chained." There's nothing enjoyable about it. That's not to say it isn't a great piece of cinema. I've never seen Vincent D'Onofrio play someone so disturbing. I don't know whether I should applaud him for his performance or be scared he was so good at playing the part. It's a serious film you'll cringe at in several parts because of the horrific things unfolding in front of you. http://contributor.yahoo.com/user/849014/eric_shirey.html