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Fell, Jumped, or Pushed is a romantic mockumentary that digs into the bizarre real-life disappearance of Sgt. Elmo Warrick. It is an utter bastardization of reality TV mixed with a healthy dose of early Christopher Guest.
Amanda V. Axtell
Filled with scantily-clad cage girls in horror and anime costumes drenched in sweat and blood, models fight to the death, landing the ruthless and merciless survivor a multi-million-dollar contract with an international modeling agency.
A romantic escape into nature turns into the ultimate moment of reckoning when a husband and wife are trapped in a tent with a deadly snake. Unable to escape and with certain death looming, the tent becomes a heated confessional to a cataclysmic truth. Betrayed, the couple finds themselves spiraling into a dark and dangerous space of which only one can survive.
This doesn't work for me as it has way too many stupid actions by the
main characters i.e. how would you not know that you were only carrying
one instead of two bags all of a sudden? and lots of other very daft
moves around the star of the show i.e. the snake. The other thing about
this film is that the character of the woman is so horrible and self
absorbed that you just can not feel any sympathy for her, in fact I
found myself wanting the worst to happen to her (nasty sod that I am).
Over all it could of been great because it's a good idea for a film but
was ruined by a nasty lead female character and too many unbelievable
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