S Darko-Donnie Darko Tale (2009)
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It's Time to Travel Forward.
|Seven years after her brother's death, samantha darko is stranded in a desert town where she witnesses a meteor crash that fractures time ... And begins a countdown to the end of the world!|
Editor's NoteIn this sequel to Richard Kelly?s 2001 cult hit, seven years have passed since the bizarre and tragic death of Donnie Darko. His now-18-year-old sister, Samantha, is traveling down a lonely desert road with her best friend when their car breaks down. Stranded, they take refuge in a nearby small town. But when Samantha begins having visions reminiscent of the ones that visited Donnie so many years ago, is she experiencing the same phenomenon? Or is it something else entirely? Daveigh Chase reprises her role from the original film in this mind-bending sci-fi mystery thriller that once again treads in the sinister abstract. S. DARKO co-stars Ed Westwick (GOSSIP GIRL), Brianna Evigan (STEP UP 2), Jackson Rathbone (TWILIGHT), and Elizabeth Berkley (SHOWGIRLS).
S. Darko - DVD Review
By: Bill Gibron filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 5/10/2009 11:39 PM
|Some movies don't deserve a sequel. Not because they weren't successful or have a storyline incapable of carrying a franchise. No, some films are so inherently insular, so completely and utterly self-contained that to try and extrapolate them out over one (or more) additional entries makes little or no sense. Richard Kelly's surprising cult phenomenon Donnie Darko is a good example of such a cinematic solo shot. It remains an original and disturbing vision of suburban ennui and teenage angst wrapped up in a surreal science fiction fable about time travel and the tangential universes it can create. Thanks to its massive success on DVD, a follow-up is now being offered. Sadly, if it accomplishes anything, S....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Chris Fisher - Director|