Twenty Twenty-Four (2016)

Twenty Twenty-Four (2016)
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  • Genre: Mystery
  • Release year: 2016 ()
  • Running time: 88 min
  • Original Title: Twenty Twenty-Four
  • Voted: 754

A lone scientist maintains an underground bunker for the coming global nuclear disaster. But after becoming prematurely isolated, he slowly begins to question his own reality and whether he is truly alone. Director Richard Mundy's immersive psychological thriller, is a tense and unsettling nightmare you'll never be sure you've woken up from.

1Andrew KinslerRoy
2Peter McCrohonMr. Rand
  • Pretty decent sci-fi thriller by 5

    The human psyche under isolation and stress can lead to a volatile state of mind.I really enjoyed the settings and use of colors in this flick.

    Theres quite some psychological horror in here which kept me at the edge of my seat at times, however the acting felt underwhelming.

    I wasn't really a fan of the ending either but what we have here is a decent flick to watch, it sorta reminded me of ''Moon'' which has the same settingsand mystery.

    You'll probably like it for what it is, but i wish there were more.

  • BRILLIANT Acting and Thought Provoking Film! by 7

    There is no way you can watch this film and not think about it afterwards. It is suspenseful and keeps you guessing over and over. Andrew Kinsler's performance as Roy is fantastic and entirely convincing. He manages to go from blasé to almost hysterical and expresses each emotion in such a raw and natural manner which so many actors never quite achieve. After all, it is a one man show and takes incredible talent to keep us engaged and on edge from beginning to end.

  • Chilling and beautifully made! by 10

    Perfect blend of suspense, psychological intrigue and solid acting!This film used minimal staff to create a film worth of the big screen and big production value. The acting is fantastic and sells they story perfectly and sucks you into the intensity of the film! Highly recommended! Get this film on Netflix pronto and watch it turn into a cult classic very quickly!

  • Mesmerising, Masterful and Misunderstood by 10

    Let's start with the obvious. This isn't going to be a film for everyone. But for anyone who wants to be challenged by a genuinely gripping film look no further. I was recommended this by a friend who knows I like films with a psychological edge. And boy does this film have a psychological edge! In a way the premise is the least interesting thing about the film. Though I expect that may have been the point. Because this film is really about atmosphere and how it slowly cranks up the tension.

    I'm not surprised this film seems to be polarising people. It takes way too many risks to be a crowdpleaser. But that's also what I admire about it. It's confident enough to take those risks regardless. This film is brilliantly directed because it uses sleight of hand to blend together several different layers all at the same time. It's intense!

    And it has one of the most ambiguous endings I've ever seen. I've read a lot of people say they hate the ending because it doesn't give you answers. But for me it didn't matter. I think it's up to the viewer to fill in the blank and come to your own conclusion on what you've just watched. In fact the ending was so jaw-dropping I was thinking about it well into the next day. The experience really stayed with me. And when there's so many uninspired films on a production line these days, isn't that enough? Give it a couple of years and this will be a cult film.

  • TOUR-DE-FORCE all the way! by 10

    I can't say enough about this movie, primarily, of course, the tour-de-force performance by ANDREW KINSLER! All throughout the movie, it keeps me guessing what is going on. I was dearly hoping the ending would not be prosaic. And it met my standards for a modern movie to a "T". This is one outstanding thriller of the mind... It couldn't be more perfect. I congratulate Richard Mundy for truly horrifying experience. There's more that I could write, but it's enough to say you hunger for psychological horror, this is IT.

1Nick Barkercinematographer
2Harry Kirbycomposer
3Richard Mundydirector