Lavender (2016) - Drama, Thriller

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After discovering old fractures in her skull, a photographer recovering from amnesia becomes increasingly haunted by a sinister childhood secret.

IMDB: 5.3
Director: Ed Gass-Donnelly
Stars: Abbie Cornish, Dermot Mulroney
Length: 92 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 14 out of 33 found boring (42.42%)

One-line Reviews (40)

slow-burning, well constructed psychological thriller .

While it tries to create an eerie atmosphere and engaging story, it just kind of misses the mark.

Pretentious classical music played loud all along, dun-dun-Duns five seconds ahead of when you're supposed to be scared.

At times in the middle I did find myself losing a little bit of interest, as it did delve into the realms of boring at times.

and even that was as slow as molasses in January.

Up until then it's just a string of boring flashbacks.

When there was more empty scenery and zoning out, I just skipped ahead to the revelation part, which wasn't too bad, and then it was finally over.

As a number of our reviewers have pointed out, this movie moves slow...

very slow...

We all enjoyed it very much and would highly recommend it if you enjoy psychological thrillers.

well matched to dull action.

This film is slow, very slow, just when we think we're getting somewhere the lead "doesn't remember" or "doesn't know why...

Even one of the characters in this movie whines 'this is boring'.

Which survive a) a car accident involving four to five roundabouts oft he said car b) irritatingly confusing multiple ghostly figures trying their hands at dumbcharade in the middle of the night attempting to pass off important information about her past c) several near death experiences of her daughter.

No, I don't need explosions, but if a film gets any slower than 'Ex Machina' I feel as if we're stretching a short film into a feature.

Nothing happened for the first half hour besides the introduction of the characters and the main character living her life in between zoning out to annoying violin (or cello?

i really enjoyed it.

The story was bland, the cast was mundane and the endless attempts to create a creepy and tense atmosphere failed miserably.

The director managed transforming what might have been a plausible, absorbing tale into the standard Hollywood fare of over-made-up leading female roles and sympathetic little kids plodding through an essentially pointless plot, festooned with the obligatory Hollywood fare of slow-motion special effects (the car wreck, for example) and pointless scenic shots (the corn field, for example).

The one that first came up said the movie was slow and boring.

This is a slow-burning, well constructed psychological thriller with mystery and supernatural elements.

Characters - boring and un-relatable.

its not scary but it keeps you interested, the ending is super unexpected, overall worth watching.

Ignore Bad Reviews - This is a Good Story and Entertaining Thriller/Mystery .

It's all a bit guessing what happened but it's just a bit too slow and too long before you get some answers.

Superb acting, surprise twists, really worth watching!

This one is a Netflix late night special if you are very bored.

It's an average movie worth watching once and then forget about it.

The "twists" were entirely predictable, and the score was obnoxious--way too much use of discordant violins.

Predictable, boring, poorly written and poorly acted .

Pioneered by the series 'The Killing' where nothing happens there's no plot nothing ever reveals anything.

) waste of time.

It's that slow.

And boring it is.

To make matters worse, the ending is quite predictable.

Don't waste your time .

Photography, as with the soundtrack, the movie is inhabited with many equally stunning shots that brings out the almost fairy air amidst the horror.

Any ways, I enjoyed it and give it 5 out of 10 only for all the hard work in everything they did except for the actual story.

kept you hanging on the edge but I think Jane is still suffering from memory loss or confusion.

And let's face facts; Abbie Cornish is the pot man's Charlise Theron while anything with Justin Long in it is a waste of time.