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Language: English
Category: Movie / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Original Title: The Girl
Director: Jennifer Blanc-Biehn
Writers: Kevin Marcus,Bradley Marcus
Released: 2016
Budget: $60,000
Duration: 1h 19min
Video type: Movie
A kidnapped girl is rescued by a young boy, and in return is compelled to save him from the horrors that lie in his home.
Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Biehn Michael Biehn - Father
Tia Carrere Tia Carrere - Mother
Evie Thompson Evie Thompson - The Girl
Tristan DeVan Tristan DeVan - Tommy
Dana Daurey Dana Daurey - Bunny
Veronica Hampson Veronica Hampson - Young Girl
Jenise Blanc Jenise Blanc - Helen
Hallie Jordan Hallie Jordan - The Vision
Nick W. Nicholson Nick W. Nicholson - Agent Jack Torrence
Lorraine Ziff Lorraine Ziff - Agent Jill Banks
Raven Carrell Raven Carrell - Teen Victim 1
Grace Powell Grace Powell - Teen Victim 2
Crystal Caitlin Crystal Caitlin - Teen Victim 3
Nichola Fynn Nichola Fynn - Teenage Victim
Heather DeVan Heather DeVan - School Mom

won best genre feature film at 8th annual Burbank international film festival

Won Best Feature Film in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror/Thriller category at the 2016 Burbank International Film Festival

Blanc Biehn Productions' The Victim (2011) was shot at the same location

this is the third time that michael biehn and evie thompson have worked together , firstly in 2009 in saving grace b jones, then again in 2014 in hidden in the woods



Reviews: [1]

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    Fenrinos

    For a class act like Michael Biehn... (The Terminator/Aliens) I was interested in this movie. Unfortunately, what let it down BIG time, was the intermittent music playing. There was no suspense building at all. Had the music been cut, it would have built a lot more suspense. The beginning intro music and end titles music was really way better.

    Next,we have the dialogue and Script, which just seemed completely disjointed at best. I won't give any spoiler alerts, however there are scenes between the young boy and the girl, that just looked like they were plain awkward, and, don't make sense at all. You'll actually see - and hear - Michael Biehn go on about this during the end credits, where they supposedly put in the outtakes for good effect.

    I wished I had watched the end credits first, as, I would have gotten the CLEAR impression, that the Director didn't really know what they were doing, and, that the actors themselves didn't think the dialogue worked... which it didn't.

    All in all a completely forgettable movie, and, you really will not miss this at all, if you do not watch. I'll be rating this only a 4 out of 4, just because some of the cast were in movies I really enjoyed!