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IT'S NOT the most perfect film to hit the screen - but it's not the worst either. It's a B-movie by any standard that's peppered with too many, yet endurable, flaws.
Its too many unexpected twists are sufficient to disorientate the living hell out of you and I bet you won't be able to point out who the real killer couple is.
Everyone is a suspect, even the ones that crack jokes about having a titanium plate fitted in their heads. The suspects list includes those who tell of a "sick" ex who killed a neighbour's hound only to display it to his lover while having sex.
Maybe confusing is a new great accolade we must all learn to appreciate. Think about it, which flick fan worth their viewing salt you know would appreciate a film that lets the cat out of the bag from the outset? None. Not me, and certainly not you.
But as an action thriller, A Perfect Getaway will leave you somewhat satisfied. If someone asked you how it was, your reply is more than likely to be: "It was okay, not too bad."
And no, once you've seen it on the big screen you won't hire it on DVD to remind you of its bloodletting via blazing guns, piercing arrows (yes, from a bow) and knives that slice hands into half.
As it turns out, A Perfect Getaway is the worst getaway ever.
An excited American couple, Cliff (Steve Zahn) and Cydney (Milla Jovovich) are hiking to a secluded beach in Hawaii to celebrate their honeymoon.
On the way they meet another hitchhiking couple, Cleo (Marley Shelton) and Kale (Chris Hemsworth). A gruesome double murder of a newlywed couple, where the victims' teeth were literally pulled out, has taken place in Honolulu.
Cliff and Cydney contemplate returning home. They encounter a rather interesting couple in Nick (Timothy Olyphant) and Gina (Kiele Sanchez).
The couples converse and exchange their colourful personal stories but they still can't trust each other. That's understandable since some of them are imposters. Yep, they are lying about who they really are.
Cleo and Kale are arrested following the discovery of human teeth in the latter's bag.
But that's just a smokescreen - the murderer is around somewhere and is at large.
If you think I'm going to give the plot away, forget it.
As far as I'm concerned, the movie is a marvelous advert for Hawaii with regards to scenery.