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Let me first say that in terms of camerawork, acting, and story continuity, this flick is not terrible. However, from start to finish, the entire movie is incredibly lame. I don't mean to sound childish, but "lame" is merely the ideal word to sum up the experience. After the first five minutes, I didn't give a shit about what was happening. After twenty minutes, I didn't give a shit about what was happening. Guess how I felt after sitting through an hour... bingo!
The movie was kind of like watching a real life carjacking only without any of the suspense. See, since this was a movie, I was expecting to find some form of entertainment. Only problem? CARJACKED was not entertaining; not in the least. It was so good at not keeping my attention, I could have probably finished this review (and two more) before its 90-minute running time ended.
This is all just a shame because like I said, this was not a poorly made movie. It just needed a way better plot or better execution. I feel bad that Ms. Bello had to stoop down to this level of movie. It really was a lame, joyless experience.
Audio English dolby digital.