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Nothing

Year: 2005
Director: Vincenzo Natali
I thought Vincenzo Natali was a pretty well accomplished director. His reputation seemed to say so, anyway, with the high rate thrillers The Cube and Cypher.

But this looked like it had been done by the Weitz brothers, pre- American Pie, for all the goofball gaggery and characterisations.

Two losers share a house and the world closes in on them in the form of a child pressing charges of assault, an embezzlement sting and a demolition order on their house.

When it's all coming crashing in, everything stops and they venture outside to find that nothing beyond their front fence exists.

Their antics were so juvenile and the point so buried under puerility I turned it off after forty minutes and if I missed something, tough. It should have come sooner.

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