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Movie: Tell-Tale(2009)[tt1135095] In Providence, a husband and wife die in a botched robbery; we see flickers of his last memories. His heart goes to Terry Bernard, a single father raising a girl with a rare degenerative disease. After the operation, Terry has flashes of memory from the last moments of the dead donor's life. Then, he recognizes one of the donor's killers and follows him into an alley. Within days, Terry becomes an unwilling avenger, with a police detective on his trail. Meanwhile, he begins a romance with his daughter's doctor, his moods complicated by memory flashes, the donor's deepening presence in both Terry's mind and body, and the unexplained bond among the donor's killers. Can this end well? Written by<jhailey@hotmail.com>
Title Tell-Tale
Release Date 31 December 2009 (Greece)
Runtime
Genres Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Production Companies Artina Films, Oceana Media Finance, Poe Boy Productions
Josh Lucas
Josh Lucas...
Terry Bernard...
Lena Headey
Lena Headey...
Elizabeth Clemson...
Brian Cox
Brian Cox...
Phillip Van Doren...
Bea Miller
Bea Miller...
Angela Bernard (...
Jamie Harrold
Jamie Harrold...
Kevin Stanovich...
Michael Kenneth Williams
Michael Kenneth Williams...
Acherton...
Pablo Schreiber
Pablo Schreiber...
Bernard Cochius...
Tom Riis Farrell
Tom Riis Farrell...
Legethon...
Ulrich Thomsen
Ulrich Thomsen...
Doctor Lethe...
Dallas Roberts
Dallas Roberts...
The Surgeon...
Cassandre Fiering
Cassandre Fiering...
Frances Vieillard...

Reviews

bigdarvick on 29 January 2010
It wasn't awful in the Ed Wood sense of the word awful. It just draaaagged-- as if the actors had taken some very strong downers. The dialog was unintentionally funny, because it was so predictable and not too well written--plus, the lead actor who played the single dad named Terry, had this "I'm scared" look on his face throughout at least 75% of this film. For the remaining 25% of the movie, he looked like as though he was always about to burst into tears.Loosley (an understatement) based story on Poe's The Tell Tale Heart. This is a prime example of ruining a literary masterpiece of horror. Poe,(if alive)would've driven a stake through the screenwriter's heart, then buried him under the floor boards. The flick portrayed the story as kind of a horror, suspense, action mish mosh. Unfortunately, there was little of any horror, suspense or action. It had the overall feel of some "made for TV" mega flop. In the film, there was a surprise here and there, but no big deal. We've seen 'em before in other movies. Nothing seemed to gel here, it was like eating runny jello in it's early cooling stages before it firms up. It's all sloppy and difficult to get on a spoon to eat. Too frustrating and not worth the effort. Watch this movie only if you are on Quaaludes.

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