Presence (2022)

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Presence (2022). Presence: Directed by Christian Schultz, Thomas Johnston. With Jenna Lyng Adams, Donny Broussard, Dave Davis, Alexandria DeBerry. Two young business partners are invited to a week-long yachting voyage with a potential investor. At night, Jennifer's dreams begin to bleed into reality as the others realize that Jennifer may have unknowingly brought something on-board.

“As I opted to sit down and watch u0026quot;Presenceu0026quot; here late in 2022, it was because I stumbled upon the movie. Sure, I had never even heard about this movie from director Christian Schultz prior to sitting down to watch it, so I didnu0026#39;t know what to expect here, nor did I know what I was in for aside from what I read in the synopsis.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWriters Peter Ambrosio and Christian Schultz swung wide and miss horribly with u0026quot;Presenceu0026quot;. The movieu0026#39;s plot was dull, mundane and downright non-existing. I managed to suffer through 49 minutes of the 82 minutes that the movie ran for. Then I just gave up and tossed the towel in the ring out of sheer and utter boredom. Nothing, and I mean that literally, of any interest had happened on the screen in those minutes, and thus there was no sense in prolonging the suffering of watching.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI wasnu0026#39;t familiar with the cast ensemble in u0026quot;Presenceu0026quot;, but I will say that it was a shame that they virtually had nothing to work with in terms of script, storyline, character gallery or dialogue.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFor a horror movie then u0026quot;Presenceu0026quot; was just not worth the effort. The only thing scary in the movie was how utterly boring and pointless the movie was. And believe you me when I say that I have zero interest in returning to watch the rest of this boring movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMy rating of u0026quot;Presenceu0026quot; lands on a very generous two out of ten stars. And it is the production value of the movie that brings it up to two, because the storyline was just a dumpster fire.”


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