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Long Weekend
Drama, Thriller, Horror
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Jamie Blanks
Robert Taylor as Bartender
Christopher Brown as Radio Voice
Jude Beaumont as Campervan woman
Star as Cricket
Robert Taylor as Bartender
Roger Ward as Truckie
Gary McMillan as Pool Player
Lara Robinson as Girl in Car
John Brumpton as Old Timer
Storyline: Peter and Carla have a wasted marriage and constant friction. Peter buys expensive camping gear and, despite the protests of Carla, insists they travel with their dog Cricket to camp on the isolated Moondah Beach in the North Coast with his friend Luke and his girlfriend during the rainy holiday. Peter stops in a pub at the Eggleston Hotel and leaves a message for Luke with the owner of the pub. When Peter takes what he believes to be shortcut to the beach, he gets lost and the couple spends the night sleeping in their SUV. The next morning, Peter organizes the campsite and their intrusion into and abuse of the natural environment begins. During the two days, the couple's relationship deteriorates while the nature avenges the bad treatment the couple has inflicted upon it.
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I watched this movie late one night when I couldn't find anything better and the thing that seems to stick out to me the most about it is, it's utterly confusing.

The synopsis on the movie read that it was about a couple going camping and suffering nature's wrath, and yet they seemed to be much more dangerous to nature. I should read off the list of offenses. They:

Ran over a kangaroo, Sprayed an ant's nest with poison Shot at some ducks, Shot a dugong, Smashed an eagle's egg, Ran over a crab, Shot at an owl, Left a dog to die a slow death in a car.

The list of Nature's supposed offenses:

Attack by an eagle (just a few scratches), Biting ants (no allergic reaction either), Invaded campsite for food.

Otherwise, the couple got lost, was constantly fighting with each other, discovered a murder-suicide, and spent part of the time paranoid about a dead dugong supposedly making its way towards them. And to do what, exactly? Was something supposed to be scary about doogans besides the way they look? Aren't these the same animals that are dying off based on slowness and their own stupidity? Aren't these the same creatures known as sea cows because they live on sea grass?

The couple dies in the movie, but natural causes had nothing to do with it. The wife is shot in the throat by a spear of completely unknown origin, a metal spear, by the way, and the husband is ran over by a truck as soon as he finds an actual road.

None of the suspenseful moments had decent pay off and some were just down right senseless. It seems to me that nature wasn't anything but a victim of this annoying couple and their endless quibbling from beginning to end and they themselves were just victims of pathetic irony.

I just don't get it. Maybe there was something I missed that went completely over my head. Or maybe the screen writer failed to make his or her actual point.
Good acting and nice scenery and that's it
An unhappy couple in Australia--Peter (Jim Caviezl) and Carla (Claudia Karvan)--decide to go camping one long weekend in a remote wooded area near the ocean. Along the way Peter (accidentally) hits a kangaroo and casually shoots at birds within range. They argue and he wanders around a lot with his shirt off. That's about it until an abrupt change of events during the last 30 minutes.

This film has goos acting by the leads, Caviezl looks good with his shirt off, has some gorgeous cinematography, nice music...but that's it. This is pushed as being a horror film but it's really just a domestic drama with horror kicking in during the last 30 minutes. The horror itself isn't particularly scary and doesn't make much sense. All this has going for it is acting, scenery and music--nothing else. I give it a 4 just for that.
another crime in the halls of shame of Australian film funding
Quite soon there might be a serious investigation into the club of film funding in Australia. This remake here will be the poster item for the last gasp of funding fees for stale producers to remake their films simply to generate a fee for themselves. Nobody asked for this remake apart from the shysters who produced it and the 'executives' who put taxpayer funds into their pockets. Nobody saw it in a cinema for it was never released in one commercially....but it cost millions of dollars to make and now exists, shelved as a film and released on DVD. The original and excellent production was a staple of the renaissance of 70s cinema. It is a good film. This superfluous remake is a crime, theft from the Australian taxpayer who wastefully funds pointless films like this..and they should be investigated. Look up the production crew of the original and then the remake... any identical names? Have a look. It's all true.
Weird Movie
Peter (James Caviezel) and Carla (Claudia Karvan) have a wasted marriage and constant friction. Peter buys expensive camping apparatuses and despite the protests of Carla, he travels with her and their dog Cricket to camp in the isolated Moondah Beach in the North Coast with his friend Luke and his girlfriend during the rainy holiday. Peter stops in a pub in the Eggleston Hotel and leaves a message to Luke with the owner of the pub. When Peter takes the shortcut to reach the beach, he gets lost and the couple spends the night sleeping in their truck. On the next morning, Peter organizes the campsite and disturbs the nature with his rifle. Along the two days, the couple deteriorates their relationship while the nature revenges the bad treatment.

"Long Weekend" is a weird movie, actually a remake of Collin Eggleston's movie of 1978 that I saw many years ago on 13 March 2001 and also recalls "Lost Things" when the couple finds that it is impossible to leave the spot. The intention would be to show a couple with problems in their relationship that spends the holiday trying to resolve their issues, but they mistreat the nature and find the nature's punishment in the end. There is also a discreet homage to the original director with the name of the hotel where they stop to buy rum and leave a message to Luke. Unfortunately this remake is confused and the objective of the plot is not clear; however the anguishing and claustrophobic condition of Peter and Carla that seems to be in the limbo of their existence trapped in an isolated area and incapable to find a way out is the worthwhile part of this movie. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Isolados" ("Isolated")
Offbeat Aussie horror movie
What to do when your marriage is on the rocks? Go camping!

That's what the attractive couple do in this remake of a Seventies Australian horror flick. Of course, they bring along a pile of expensive camping gear in their expensive SUV. Wouldn't ya know, that includes a spear gun and a scoped rifle. Hmmm.

They are supposed to meet another couple. But on their way to the beach, they get lost and, ignoring all kinds of warnings, drive into a "keep out" forest. But there's a beach! Let's camp here!

Let the bickering begin. Few couples are so in dire need of a divorce as these two. She hates nature. He is tone deaf to her feelings. She sprays insecticide on ant hills. He throws a beer bottle into the ocean and blow it up with his rifle. They have contempt for their natural surroundings. Hmmm.

Things start to happen. Nature's revenge? Oh yes, but in subtle ways that serve to incite their nastiness to each other. What that other family camping a few miles away? And what about the dead dugong (manatee) on the beach? Is it really dead? This is not going to end well.

"The Long Weekend," also known as "Nature's Grave," is a well made and gripping horror flick, especially because most of it is filmed in broad daylight. It has tense set pieces and several jump moments.

Mainly, it is one of a kind, although it borrows from "The Birds." It will keep your attention if you give it a chance.
Barely called a horror film
While on vacation at a secluded Australian beach, a couple's behavior toward the environment and to the animals living there eventually riles them up enough to force them to attack the couple, turning the vacation into a literal, waking nightmare.

This was an utterly atrocious effort that really has very, very little going for it. The biggest issue with this is the most obvious, as what was supposed to be a horror film is instead much more of a drama about an Aussie couple heading for divorce at extreme odds with each other that tends to dominate the film to the point of forsaking most other elements and putting them in the background. By focusing on their issues during the first hour, which includes their behavior toward each other as well as how he reacts to her obvious and growing distress at what's going on around them, to him acting like a prick and her getting shot down because he's a prick, this almost tends to make it seem like the animals are after them merely for their marital problems almost as much as their disrespectful attitudes. This one just becomes intolerable because of this wasted time before the animals start attacking with all of this nonsense that's supposed to make us like and care for these people when it does the exact opposite at urging for their swift and utterly violent demise within seconds of meeting them, yet continues on for as long as we're here with the couple, and moreso this affects the pacing here by just not doing anything remotely interesting at all. None of this is appealing or enjoyable, no one is really all that exciting to be around, and this is just endless and excruciating because of that. While it's nothing to get worked up over, there's some good stuff there on a recurring gag with a sea animal, fantastic atmosphere with the noises around them and howling off in the distance as well as some harrowing chases through the overgrown undergrowth in the woods. Still, this is all too little too late to mean anything as this was a complete waste.

Rated R: Graphic Language, Violence, sexual innuendo and rampant violence against animals.
Decent enough remake...
I loved the original Long Weekend....Very underrated movie.

This remake was literally a scene for scene remake, no new ideas, so I suppose if you have seen the original and remember it fairly well, you are going to no what happens next! But I remember the original fairly well (I have the SYNAPSE DVD) but I still enjoyed Natures Grave. Jim Caviezel and Claudia Cavan play the unhappy couple well.

The film basically is a married couple who are having a rough time go away for a long weekend, and find themselves on an isolated beach. They treat the place with total disrespect (chucking away cigarette butts, litter, shooting bottles)) and shooting the animals...then nature turns on them! Pretty slow but always interesting. Solid acting. Little gore, so not much to offend here.

Tidy little movie. Surprised about the negative reviews really.

Weird movie!
What happened to Cricket, the dog? The last I remember was him sitting in the 4wheel drive when his dopey, unlike able owner went panicking through the scrub, only to be killed later! Agh! Awful people! Was very more wish as had to see the end! Didn't realize that he had killed his wife! Location shots were beautiful. I have to write ten lines. I have to write ten lines I have to write ten lines They keep saying not ready for submission! Not sure where this was shot? May be let me submit this? Why do I have to write ten lines? Awful man and woman totally awful too, disgusting pair of yuppies, lovely dog though! Beautiful scenes and beach shots and so on.
Not as bad as I thought...
I know this is not a good movie, but I kinda was entertained by it. It's fun entertainment in the evening, and not a horrible movie. I actually have no idea why did I even watch this. It just came on TV and decided to watch it. I was expecting something horrible, but I got something mediocre. The main characters are maybe the biggest douche bags ever. They are maybe my biggest problem, with the film. My god, these are some of the most unlikeable, uninteresting and idiotic people ever put on film. The guy especially is really fcking annoying most of the time. You just want to strangle the guy, because he's such an douche. But then again, the woman just complains and acts like she hates everything and everybody. You can't root for him, nor the guy. And they are not interesting. There's no development and then suddenly we find out a horrible secret about the woman and their relationship. And the "twist" leads to absolutely nothing. Nothing in this movie really leads anywhere, just random events. And the woman hates guns, but then she's okay about killing a fish that maybe a shark. That was... dumb.

It's really bad in a horror movie, when you start rooting for the thing that's killing the main characters. And I never realized how confusing nature is. Are everything in nature somehow connected? Are animals part of the nature? Why and how did that sea-cow fcking move? And WTF happened?! That's a big, big question and it doesn't get answer. And when the see the other family and how they are all killed, how did they hang the father? That must have been difficult. And btw the ending is incredible let down...

What did I like about it? I was kinda scared, at least for a little time, when the guy finds the family and a girls corpse is in the car, that was kinda scary. And it was interesting to see how douche bags these people can be. I mean these are probably the most horrible people ever, nobody is that much of a dick. And what happened to that Forest fire?

Dumb movie, flawed, but kinda fun. Sure the overrall message is confused and wrong, for most of the time. But if you can turn your brain off for an 1 hour an 30 minutes, maybe you will enjoy this one...

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