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No One Lives
Thriller, Horror
IMDB rating:
Ryûhei Kitamura
Laura Ramsey as Betty
George Murdoch as Ethan (as Brodus Clay)
Beau Knapp as Denny
Lindsey Shaw as Amber
Luke Evans as Driver
Storyline: A gang of ruthless highway killers kidnap a wealthy couple traveling cross country only to shockingly discover that things are not what they seem.
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Below Average Horror/Thriller
Driver and his partner, Betty, are seemingly an innocent couple who become the victims of a group of vicious & violent killers. However, there is more than meets the eye when the killers find a kidnap victim by the name of Emma locked up in the back of Driver and Betty's car. Realising who Emma is, the gang all plan to hand her in to claim the reward for her safe return, but things don't go so well and they start getting picked off one by one.

The trailers for No One Lives makes it look like a really good, suspenseful movie, but in actual fact it's really a very run-of-the-mill slasher flick. The acting is pretty wooden - as well as slightly over-the-top on occasion - to be honest, which is quite strange for supposedly decent actors. None of the characters are that interesting either and you don't really develop any kind of affinity towards any of them. Even Emma, the kidnap victim, gets pretty annoying at times. In fact, it actually gets to certain points where you actually WANT something bad to happen to them, and when something does you cheer a little inside.

The killings in the movie are very gory too, and while I don't mind gore being used to add to the feel of the movie, I just think that the gore used was way over-the-top. For me it just seemed that the movie makers couldn't think of any way to shock the audience other than using plenty of gore. Gore can add to a film's feel like I say, but in this film's case I feel that it was used just for the sake of it.

Another aspect of the film that was over-the-top as well was the language. I can swear like a trooper myself and don't mind swearing in movies, however it gets a wee bit much when every second word the actors utter is f**k.

Overall, No One Lives is an OK movie to watch, but just don't expect anything original or that fantastic.
Short and to the point
I actually quite liked this, even though it didn't have any particularly well-known actors in it, memorable special effects or was even that original.

It borrows elements of various genres, i.e. horror, thriller, home-invasion, stand-off and creates a simple enough story which I won't go into too much detail about, as there are a couple of plot twists/unexpected moment which you might not see coming. Don't think the title is a spoiler in itself - nothing seems to go as planned here.

It is violent. Expect a high body count, filled with some particularly grisly deaths. I can also see some people not liking it due to the characters - they're all pretty unlikeable and you may find it hard to care whether most of them live or die, let alone identify with their plight. But I think that's kind of the idea.

It's supposed to be dark and nasty, so, if you're in the mood for that and can put up with dialogue that sometimes can be a little ropey, then this one will fill an hour and twenty minutes of your time. You'll either think it's complete rubbish, or an undiscovered cult classic.
a mixture between a thriller and a gory horror
I was looking forward to see this flick because the director from Midnight Meat Train (2008) Ryûhei Kitamura directed this flick. And MMT being full of gore I expected that this would deliver also some gory parts and it did.

It's a thriller going into a horror with some nasty and gory moments so it delivers for all kind of freaky people. Of course there's nudity involved because America Olivo (Tamara) is by now know not be afraid to show her juggs. And for the fans, yes, she does in a shower scene, naturally going wrong. Maybe some will have difficulties with the bad guy being some kind of superhero because as the title suggest, no one lives. But I didn't had any problems with that fact.

If you dig wrestling you will surely recognize Brodus Clay (Ethan) but he's not that long in the picture but he will be remembered for what they did with his body here. I wouldn't recommend it for people not used to gore because some shots aren't for the squeamish. As I said, it lays somewhere between a horror (the abduction) and a thriller (gang of killers) mixing together.

Gore 2,5/5 Nudity 1,5/5 Effects 4/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
Better than you think
Ryuhei Kitamura made a film a little while called Midnight Meat Train it starred Bradley Cooper, Leslie Bibb and Brooke Shields amongst a few notable others, it was sensational and it is criminally under seen. And it showed just what he could do with a budget. Unfortunately the movie wasn't well received financially and has had a tough time finding it's way to an audience. His first feature Versus had a much better fortune but doomed with a low budget and shaky amateur direction it's a mixed bag at best. His second US feature No One lives falls into the middle. It sports a meaty, original concept a young couple find themselves abducted by a group of hoodlums. When the female captive dies the nameless male captive shows his true colors as he escapes and begins to murder them systematically. You see what they discover when examining his car is a young woman seemingly tortured whose been missing for the past year or so and whose picture is all over the news as she is an heiress to a large fortune. To say that the people have messed with the wrong guy is a huge understatement. And although the film is delightfully entertaining it also manages to somewhat explore the complex relationships between captives and the ones holding them. At times it feels a bit hokey and I'd be lying if I didn't say the acting wasn't mostly horrible and the dialogue needed some major work. Still Luke Evans makes for a sexy, delightful villain and although it falls into a few genre trappings and some failed attempts at low budget action it's a fun little gore flick with a surprising amount on it's mind. I do think it's important to realize how much the film has been affected by budgetary constraints and how influenced it is by Asian films. That being said he delivered an uber stylized, wonderfully stylish original horror flick with Midnight Meat Train and even though this may be some what of a step back ward it's still entertaining enough to merit a recommendation if you go in expecting exactly what is a sometimes silly, original, thought provoking, entertaining, slightly hammy horror flick thats equal parts awesome and unintentionally funny at the same time. 3/5
Run-of-the-mill with 1 or 2 little twists
"No one lives" is a Ryūhei Kitamura Movie and he definitely did not change his routine since "Versus", which is a known Japanese splatter-movie.

Throughout the movie you will see gore,gore and gore - did I mention gore already ? Of course it can not be compared to movies like Braindead or Story of Ricky because you always have the feeling that the director is trying to do something serious. You are not supposed to laugh at a victim, but not to cry either. A major flaw with "No one lives" is a flaw many movies of this genre have - the characters are puppets which were created to be slayed by a superior killer. Ryuhei Kitamura introduces you to them, makes you shake hands and then shoots them in the face infront of you, expecting your thought to be :,, Oh my god is he insane ? How could he do that ? Poor, poor tough biker-guy!". Instead you just sit there, infront of your TV, and think :,,Hmmm... and another one." Another thing that really annoyed me is the invincible killler. I know he's supposed to be like that, but why do I always feel like watching a 22-year-old bad-ass Spetznas super-soldier, when watching a slasher-movie ?

After all the movie was okay and I rate it a 5* Movie. Not bad, but nothing special either - as I said there are 1 or 2 twists and "That was actually a good idea" moments in "No one lives", but all in all it is nothing you haven't seen.
Even the villain has someone to fear in No One Lives
For the last few years the WWE has stepped out of the straight wrestler starring vehicles and begun venturing out into a wider variety or mainstream films like The Call with Halle Berry and Dead Man Down with Colin Farrell. Now they have taken a trip back to the world of horror with their latest No One Lives in conjunction with Anchor Bay and starring Luke Evans. The trailer looked bloody and intriguing, but does it live up to the hype?

No One Lives follows a gang who take a young couple hostage, but when the girl is killed and they discover a shocking truth, the tables are turned and they find themselves being hunted by a man who is more than he appears and will stop at nothing until he leaves no one left alive. This film sets the tone from the opening sequence only letting up a bit to set up the rest of the plot to the film. This film is not so much straight horror as it is more a cross between a slasher and revenge flick. What's interesting about this film is that there really are no heroes in this film, but instead a group of bad guys being hunted by a worse guy. They never really give all that much information into the overall motivation to Evans character, but it helps the mystery of what he is capable of. Once things get going the blood starts flowing and never lets up until the end. After the first kill there is one of the coolest gore scenes in some time that really lets you know where this movie is going. There are no real secrets or twists to this film other but it delivers some straight forward gory fun that is sure to please.

This is one of those movies that is light on story, but has all it needs. Sure it would have been intriguing to see more in depth story relating to Luke Evans character, but at the same time the mystery is what made him more interesting. He is great in this role playing both the seemingly normal guy and the psychotic killer with little dialogue but says everything. This movie not only leaves it open for a hopeful sequel, but also gives viewers an insight to what we might be getting from Evans when he takes on The Crow in the upcoming new adaptation.
Good, Silly, Bloody and Gory Movie Ever !
I really love this movie and if you're a fan of the whole horror-action genre this is it. Sure I'm being way too generous with the review but this movie was fun to watch. I love how everything worked in this movie from the gore, blood, acting and just pretty much the whole production. Speaking of acting, Luke Evans is the real star of the movie and did what he does best : acting, yes despite its script, Luke Evans did an amazing job ! Yes the dialogue was at times generic, not weak, and at times funny either unintentional or intentional (be my guess). Luke Evans is pretty much amazing in this movie as he uses his talent to pull off some psychopathic charm to root for whenever he goes in for the kill. Adelaide Clemens is also a highlight of the movie and to be honest, her character Emma Ward was the only character that truly developed from beginning to end. My only complaint is that no one has heard much about this movie and since its release it really didn't have much a solid reception at the box office when it was released on theaters which is a shame to Luke Evans, who's acting has so drawn so many fans and admirers from his years on Broadway to now films (Fast & Furious 6, Immortals and Dracula Untold); The Story/Script was okay but wished for more of a back-story to the criminals that held Emma captive and wished for more scenes with the mysterious "Driver" played by fine Welsh actor Luke Evans. The good would be simply both Luke Evans and Adelaide Clemens. The bad would be that there's little of character development (with the exception of Emma Ward played by Adelaide Clemens and Luke Evans aka The Driver) and generic performances from the other actors due to the script but with a movie like this you just here to watch and be entertain for all its gory and action sequences and might care less for the acting. I'll give this movie a 8/10.
Gorgeous Luke Evans as a Maniac was a pleasure to watch!
Unexpectedly good plot and chain of actions keep you incensed during the movie. I loved the cast. Luke Evans made the killer character the one who you would enjoy watching whether he is chasing the girl, killing or simply a loving gut. Charisma is felt in each scene. So in this case its not a regular fat loser psychopath with a chain saw but someone who nobody see as potential killer until you cross his line. He is capable of love as well which is not a usual feature for a psycho. It's not original and usual what makes you feel surprised while watching it. You expect something ordinary while the scenery made its own turn.

It's not an outrageous type of big screen picture but definitely worth watching. Leaves very good impression.
Not your average slasher movie
To cut a long story short, this is an unusual slasher from well-known director with good acting and well-done gore scenes. But (and that took me by surprise) the engine of film is not only "blood & guts" sequences, as one might think. It's more about suspense and characters, than about killing. Luke Evans is very good here, his nameless maniac is a true gem of whole movie, just like Adeliade Clemens's performance. Also it's interesting to see Lee Tergesen (hello, Chet!) here. Don't get me wrong: there's a lot of blood here, and gore-lovers will not be disappointed. But it is only a decorative element here, while you see a story of a very bizarre relationship between killer and his prey. This is, along with acting, what rises film above the rest of similar flicks. If you want to see what if Hannibal Lecter falls in love, this one is for you.
No one, me neither.
How do these rotten eggs end up being laid? Who finances the hens? No, seriously, who would pay for this marvel to become reality?

There is no thrill, no football match atmosphere, no tension. Personally, I felt tense because of thoughts of impending diarrhoea but it turned out to be boredom induced feeling of discomfort.

The piece is unintentionally funny many a time because of the leading blonde victim, busy squinting her eyes to convey the "I'm-hardened-by-gruesome-experiences-and-will-outsmart-you-all" look and that's all there is to her acting. Guess what, I'm short-sighted, too.

Poorly written one-liners abound, soap opera close-ups and mismatched dramatic music pepper the runtime. The funniest laugh-out-loud gem of a scene is the shower scene. Oh, and by the way, the blonde kept squinting till the bitter end.

On the whole it stank. It stank of broody poo.
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