Reviewed byFinfrosk86Vote: 3/10/10
So, was this script written with only one thought in mind? Every lineof chat has to contain the maximum amount of acronyms andabbreviations! Seriously, does anyone really chat like that? I mean, dsne1 rly cht lyk that?! In an sms, about 10 years ago, maybe.. but inonline chat rooms and stuff? Looks forced is all I'm saying. Andstupid.
Other than that.. Uhm, the movie is unfortunately quite boring. Not alot happens. The story is not very interesting. That one web-cam chickthere is pretty hot, and you know.. you feel kind of like a pervert forthinking so.
I would just not recommend this movie to anyone, really. If you lovehorror-ish movies about chatting and web-stuff, then perhaps, but thereare still a lot of better choices out there. Unfriended/cybernatural isa much better pick.
Kind of a shame with this movie, because it is pretty well made. Justway to boring. The few "action-scenes" we get, are good. But they arefew. Like, very few. Matter fact, where is the horror at all!? Theacting is uneven, to say the least. It is a problem when a movie youexpect to be horror, instead focuses on the "drama", as if to say: hey,we have a small budget, but we can make a gripping movie none the less!No, you can't.
Movies are made to entertain, that is their only purpose. So, when amovie is boring to the point of not being entertaining, well, thatmovie has pretty much failed, no? Yes. So pick another movie.
A young American backpacker, ALLIE (Tammin Sursok), falls in with a mysterious group of ex-pats living in Bangkok who perform on a provocative interactive website called "Cam2Cam." The seductive allure of Bangkok along with the strange sexual magnetism of the group's leader, MARIT, turn Allie's world inside out. In a city where foreigners come to re-invent themselves, Allie learns, too late, that nothing is what it seems.