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Tami Erin as 1960's Operator
Michael Muhney as Dylan
Eddie Jones as Sheriff Bo Stevens
Holmes Osborne as Russell Simmons
814.85 MB
23.976 fps
12hr 0 min
P/S 8 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by brian-1425 10 / 10

Quality Film making

Just finished watching a screening of Disconnect and I am impressed. The storyline was well plotted with a continuity that is absent in a lot of other films of its kind. The action flows almost flawlessly when it matters and delivers a memorable ending. The acting was very natural, the camera work and angles well shot, and the story itself held my interest by keeping me guessing all the way to the end. Good musical score throughout, too. Anyone who liked the Butterfly Effect or Frequency will certainly appreciate Disconnect.

Robin Christian Peters is a formidable new film maker whom I expect to see great things from in the years to come. When this film is released I predict it will do very well.

Reviewed by ([email protected]) 7 / 10

Call the Past for the Present!

When Haley Simmons' mother dies from an apparent heart attack, she is inconsolable. Three months later, her boyfriend Dylan and best friend Cathy are there for her. She discovers an old telephone that can call into the past like w time traveling telephone invented by her grandfather. What begins as fun becomes serious, Haley investigates her mother's death and could the present be changed. Her mother's sudden death may have been preventable but how. I bought this DVD because of the actor, Michael Muhney, who plays Dylan in it. The director has written and directed a believable film. They filmed on located in Monticello and Urbana, Illinois. The film is a nice departure from Hollywood. The cast do a fine job in their roles. There are a few unanswered questions. I enjoyed Devorah Richards as Sonya Simmons, Haley's mother. There are few criticisms towards what happened that afternoon in the house.

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