History Film / Identity

13th Jan '16 2:10:18 PM ShadowLegend300
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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The movie is set in one rainy night, and the next morning.

* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The movie is set in one rainy night, and the next morning.
13th Jan '16 2:09:43 PM ShadowLegend300
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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The movie is set in one rainy night, and the next morning.
6th Jan '16 2:10:26 AM Morgenthaler
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Misuse. It's Genre Savvy, not just "savvy".
* GenreSavvy: Ginny has a moment of this when she brings up the possibility of there being a connection between them all.
6th Jan '16 2:09:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* SignificantBirthDate: A group of seemingly unrelated people are [[DwindlingParty slowly being killed off]] while trapped at a remote motel during a storm. At one point it's revealed that every single one of them have the same birthday, which [[ContrivedCoincidence simply doesn't seem possible]]. [[spoiler:This is because they're all imaginary identities of a man with multiple personality disorder.]]
12th Dec '15 7:53:51 AM lostouristk
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* BatmanGambit: The killer tricks one of the guests into getting hit by a truck by [[spoiler:standing directly in its path. His mother is similarly manipulated earlier by luring her into the road with an affectionate hand gesture through the window glass.]]
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* BatmanGambit: The killer tricks one of the guests into [[spoiler:into getting hit by a truck by [[spoiler:standing standing directly in its path. His mother is similarly manipulated earlier by luring her into the road with an affectionate hand gesture through the window glass.]]
30th Nov '15 10:08:32 PM Cindylover1969
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* LittleNo: [[spoiler: Paris' last word, spoken when Timmy appears wielding a rake and telling her (the only time he speaks in the movie) "Whores don't deserve a second chance."]]
4th Nov '15 8:06:52 AM tdr
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Lou and Ginny's last name was "Isiana" not "I Ndiana"
Meanwhile, 10 strangers arrive by chance at a motel run by the manager Larry Washington in the middle of the Nevada desert, each with their own agendas. The ten strangers are a limo driver (Ed Dakota) chauffeuring an 80s TV star (Caroline Suzanne), a cop (Officer Samuel Rhodes) transporting a convict (Robert Maine), a prostitute (Paris Nevada), a pair of newlyweds (Lou and Ginny Indiana), and a family (George, Alice and Timmy York). When bodies begin to pile up one by one with little explanation, the survivors must discover what connects them in order to save themselves from their fate.
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Meanwhile, 10 strangers arrive by chance at a motel run by the manager Larry Washington in the middle of the Nevada desert, each with their own agendas. The ten strangers are a limo driver (Ed Dakota) chauffeuring an 80s TV star (Caroline Suzanne), a cop (Officer Samuel Rhodes) transporting a convict (Robert Maine), a prostitute (Paris Nevada), a pair of newlyweds (Lou and Ginny Indiana), Isiana), and a family (George, Alice and Timmy York). When bodies begin to pile up one by one with little explanation, the survivors must discover what connects them in order to save themselves from their fate.
31st Jul '15 6:02:25 PM Morgenthaler
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Speculation, and not very hopeful either; Rivers did not commit the murders voluntarily.
* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:All of the other personalities are dead, leaving only the killer personality to take over and force Malcolm to strangle the therapist. At least the viewer can find some consolation in the fact that Rivers is highly unlikely to evade responsibility for the murder, and most similar downer endings wouldn't allow even that.]]
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:All of the other personalities are dead, leaving only the killer personality to take over and force Malcolm to strangle the therapist. At least the viewer can find some consolation in the fact that Rivers is highly unlikely to evade responsibility for the murder, and most similar downer endings wouldn't allow even that.]]
19th Jul '15 3:39:01 PM eroock
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* BookEnds: The film opens with a recording of Dr. Malick's session with Ed Dakota, where Ed tells the doctor the "man going up the stairs" poem. At the very end, [[spoiler:Timmy, Malcolm Rivers' only remaining personality, forces Malcolm to murder Dr. Malick, and whispers the poem just before the screen fades to black.]]
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* BookEnds: {{Bookends}}: The film opens with a recording of Dr. Malick's session with Ed Dakota, where Ed tells the doctor the "man going up the stairs" poem. At the very end, [[spoiler:Timmy, Malcolm Rivers' only remaining personality, forces Malcolm to murder Dr. Malick, and whispers the poem just before the screen fades to black.]]
11th Jun '15 10:17:11 AM benda
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:All of the other personalities are dead, leaving only the killer personality to take over and force Malcolm to strangle the therapist.]] * TheEndingChangesEverything: [[spoiler:None of the people at the motel are real. They are only the figments of Malcolm Rivers' imagination, each of them a seperate personality of his mind.]]
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:All of the other personalities are dead, leaving only the killer personality to take over and force Malcolm to strangle the therapist. At least the viewer can find some consolation in the fact that Rivers is highly unlikely to evade responsibility for the murder, and most similar downer endings wouldn't allow even that.]] * TheEndingChangesEverything: [[spoiler:None of the people at the motel are real. They are only the figments of Malcolm Rivers' imagination, each of them a seperate separate personality of his mind.]]
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