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Breaking Dawn

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A medical student is assigned to probe into the mind of don wake, a patient at a psychiatric hospital. She pushes him to reveal the truth about his mother's murder but don instead warns her of a danger looming in the outside world. When someone starts following her, don's delusions become her reality.

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Studio Lions Gate
SKU 202216414
UPC 031398188353
UPC 14 00031398188353
Format DVD
Release Date 5/1/2007
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.78:1
Actors
Name Overton,Kelly
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Cast & Crew
David Robinson - Executive Producer
Hank Harris - Actor
James Haven - Actor
Jason Nyberg - Original Music By
Kelly Overton - Actor
Ken Glassing - Cinematographer
Leo Bollar - Executive Producer
Mark Edwin Robinson - Director
Mark Edwin Robinson - Writer
Natalie Ebnet - Editor
Sarah-Jane Potts - Actor
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Review Don't you hate it when a movie fools you into thinking it's really good by being really good -- most of the way through, anyway -- and then it suddenly tries to dazzle you with a twist ending that just leaves you sitting there thinking "Huh? What happened to my good movie?" BREAKING DAWN (2004) is what might be called a "surprise letdown" movie, an offshoot of the "surprise ending" movie such as THE SIXTH SENSE or FIGHT CLUB, which had interesting twists that jazzed the story and caused everything that took place up till then to make a weird new kind of sense. But the twist at the end of BREAKING DAWN doesn't do that -- instead, it robs the story of the supernatural elements that made it interesting in the first place and shucks off all the questions it has raised with a simple feel-good cop-out. The story is instantly compelling, as we see an eager young medical student named Eve (Kelly Overton of THE RING TWO) assigned the task of entering a forboding mental hospital to try and help a very disturbed patient named Don Wake (James Haven, who you may know better as the creepy Angelina Jolie's even creepier brother), who we've already seen being dragged kicking and screaming down a dimly-lit corridor by two attendants. The bloody demise of a young mother in her kitchen, seen in flashback at the beginning of the movie, seems to have been his doing although it was never proven conclusively. But this gaunt, cadaver-like scarecrow, who sits in wide-eyed catatonia when he isn't flipping out, seems capable of anything, and we fear for Eve's safety as she enters the room with him and closes the door. This is a make-or-break final exam for Eve, who is told by her teacher, Professor Simon (TERMINATOR 2's Joe Morton), that "if you fail this, you will not become a doctor." Frustrated by her lack of progress with Don in the first few days, she sneaks into the hospital's computer and reduces the dosage of his medication. This is the sort of trick a young James T. Kirk might've pulled at Starfleet Academy, but here it seems like a bad idea. It does, however, make Don a bit more communicative. He begins to tell her things -- weird things -- about how "they" are watching, and that they're coming for him, and they'll be coming for her, too. He tells her of a little girl he once knew who was happy and full of life, but now she can't see the sun anymore because of something painful that happened to her. And he gravely tells her to beware of someone named Malachi. In a state of extreme agitation in which he must be restrained, he warns her, "Don't drink anything! Don't eat anything!" as she leaves, shaken. Eve, of course, tries to pass this off as psychotic delusion until strange things begin to occur in her everyday life. She wakes up one night to find an old Chinese woman in her apartment who appears to be searching for something while uttering a cryptic phrase that Don had ominously spoken that day. She begins to hallucinate, seeing herself in the bathroom mirror w
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Reviewer Porfle
ReviewRating 6
Features
DVD, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby, Digital Audio, English, Spanish, Subtitled
Product Attributes
Actor Overton,Kelly
Label Lions Gate Home Entertainment
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD

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