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Stay (2005)

4 Ratings: 2.3
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Striking images abound in the twisty, surreal thrillerStay: Walruses rubbing up against the glass in an aquarium; a corridor painted neon green; entire crowds composed of twins and triplets; a piano being lifted several stories in the air. The plot is … see full wiki

3 reviews about Stay (2005)
review by . May 14, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
*** out of ****    Some people don't watch a film if poor critical reception tells them to avoid it. Me, I don't live like that; I see movies that I want to see, or just about any movie in general. "Stay" is a movie that I wanted to watch, in spite of some mixed reception (with the only really, respectable positive stuff coming out of Ebert, who is to trust, and Travers, who is to trust about 50% of the time). The film is described, by many, as a pretentious mess of a movie that …
review by . March 29, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
STAY is a strange bird of a movie, one that you must be rested and in the mood for to watch, and one that asks that you forget the usual linear storyline and stay alert every minute. Directed by Marc Forster (Monster Ball, Finding Neverland, and the upcoming The Kite Runner) and based on a story and screenplay by David Benioff (Troy, The 25th Hour, and the upcoming The Kite Runner!), STAY is more a mind-bending visual excursion that explores some dark psychological questions dealing with life, death, …
review by . March 28, 2006
STAY is the epitome of the old cliché "all style and no substance." There is a lot of serious camera trickery, wild editing, nifty camera movies and the like. It's also got lots of moments that are clearly meant to be creepy, or at least heavy with foreshadowing...you just don't know what's being foreshadowed. Directed by Marc Forster, who did both MONSTER'S BALL and FINDING NEVERLAND, STAY misses the mark when it comes to a STORY we can truly care about. Forster has proven himself to be a fine …
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