RICH REVIEWS: BETWEEN THE TREES
BETWEEN THE TREES
Steve, suffering from a collapsing marriage, invites his three closest friends on a weekend retreat to the mountains only to discover his real troubles are in the trees that surround them.
Greg James … Steve
Michael Draper … Josh
Jonny Lee … Mack
Dan Kyle … Dave
Marlyn Mason … Bonny
Bethany Jacobs … Ed’s Girlfriend
Amber Stonebraker … Jenny
Hannah Barefoot … Maggie
Scott Thomas … Tall Guy Ed
Mark Baird … executive producer
Brad Douglas … producer
Run Time: 1 hr, 12 min, 13 sec
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
Comments: A married couple are having problems. The husband goes off into the woods with his buddies. They do get to their cabin in the woods. This is definitely a backwoods setting.
These four friends are rough buddies who hang out because they have known each other for a long time.
Out in the woods, they realize they are not alone. The four men do go hunting but hunting for what? A man running loose in the woods or something more.
The movie is shot so dark at night you can barely make out the people.
The movie moves along so slowly. It is boring. Near the end of the movie, it does get emotional.
Who is this man creature in the woods?
One of the friends does push himself to escape from this nightmare. The nightmare does end as the movie ends.
This movie is so lacking in so many things. The acting, the sets, the story, they all needed more. The maniac in the woods nothing is said about him. We learn nothing at all about him. The acting there is not much chance for the actors to act but when they do it is amateurish. The story is simplistic.