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Temple (2017)

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Three American tourists follow a mysterious map deep into the jungles of Japan searching for an ancient temple. When spirits entrap them, their adventure quickly becomes a horrific nightmare.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Logan Huffman ... Christopher
Natalia Warner Natalia Warner ... Kate
Brandon Sklenar ... James (as Brandon Tyler Sklenar)
Naoto Takenaka ... Ryo
Asahi Uchida ... Ittoku
Mei Kurokawa Mei Kurokawa ... Police Woman
Hisashi Miyazawa Hisashi Miyazawa ... Police Officer
Miho Tamaki Miho Tamaki ... Nurse
Seiko Chiba Seiko Chiba ... Hospital Cameraman
Yoshimi Tachi Yoshimi Tachi ... Man at Laptop
Sawa Masaki Sawa Masaki ... Antique Shop Owner
Yuki Sanjo ... Woman at Nightclub with Chris
Chiaki Hiratsuka Chiaki Hiratsuka ... Woman at Nightclub with James
Yamato Tazawa Yamato Tazawa ... Seita
Kanji Furutachi ... Man in Bar
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Three American tourists follow a mysterious map deep into the jungles of Japan searching for an ancient temple. When spirits entrap them, their adventure quickly becomes a horrific nightmare.

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Country:

Japan | USA

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Japanese | English

Release Date:

1 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Храм See more »

Filming Locations:

Tokyo, Japan See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Expected much more
1 September 2017 | by ArisMichaelSee all my reviews

The film had beautiful photography direction, but the plot was unacceptable. It is literally a composition of erratic and incoherent plot points. The transition between these points was rather 'normal' in the beginning. However, there was such a lot of time invested in it, that the middle point was extremely rushed. I have never watched a movie that does not have an end. This film had a beginning and a middle - it lacked a denouement.

Natalia Warner's performance was atrocious. All she did was smile exaggeratedly in a tone that was quite reminiscent of a valley girl (without the 'oh my god's). There was a lot of subtlety in the feelings she had to convey, and not once was I convinced that I was seeing her as her character.

Brandon Sklenar, on the other hand, was promising, but he was purely decorative thanks to the predictability of his role. For such a small cast, that had a strong impact.

Character development was nonexistent. A group of three is in Japan and they decide to go a temple. We only know why they are there. That is pretty much it. Next thing we know is a repressed passion surfacing - though it was pretty evident from the first scenes.

Additionally, the sound effects were clumsily put together and did not have any fade-ins and fade-outs.

Finally, the Japanese cast was far superior to the American, but Logan Huffman's performance was acceptable, albeit constantly wearing a face in which he looked lost. I suspect this was a direction issue.

I always tell myself that even a bad movie will have something memorable and will be able to evoke some thoughts or feelings. Now, I do not consider this a bad movie, simply far from being a complete piece. As such, I am not sure what the takeaway is.


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