Enter Nowhere

6.51 h 29 min2011X-RayR
Three strangers arrive one by one to a mysterious cabin in the middle of nowhere after enduring separate life-altering predicaments. Searching for a way out of the woods, frustrated, hungry and battling to stay warm, they discover their mysterious connection and realize what they have to do in order to get out of the woods alive.
Jack Heller
Scott EastwoodSara PaxtonShaun Sipos
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Katherine WaterstonChristopher DenhamJesse PerezLeigh Lezark
Jack HellerDallas Sonnier
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4.1 out of 5 stars

548 global ratings

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Akice69Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
This One Deserves High Marks
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When I first started watching this, I was actually tempted to shut it off - I thought it was going to be a carbon-copy of another movie I saw on here, one that also delved into the bendings of time (it was called 'House Hunting'). I really enjoyed that movie, but this one was somehow even better. I don't want to give too much away, you just have to watch it but for me it started to get really interesting when Jody asked Samantha 'What year do you think this is?'
This was more than just another time travel flick, though - once you find out how the four characters fit with one another... I have an active imagination, but I couldn't have come up with something as clever as this! And a special kudos to the screenwriters; it certainly isn't easy to take 'a page' out of WWII history (one that ties both Germans and Americans so closely together), and somehow generate something positive from it. I could never have imagined that, myself.
Being of Irish and Italian heritage, I often think of things like how easy it is for me (and my relatives) to celebrate days like St. Patrick's, and St. Rocco's feast. For German-Americans though, I think they have to dig a little deeper (meaning, it's just not as easy for them to wave a heritage flag around, for reasons that should be obvious). German-American 'stories' (and the things that tie them closely together, like family links or customs) tend to be either kept secret, trivialized or (supposedly) forgotten in our culture. But our European ancestry does matter in some way, and this movie touches upon this with grace, respect and cleverness. It makes you think, about how we all come from links that sometimes may surprise or upset us... and while our 'roots' ultimately have no bearing on who we choose to be now, they nevertheless have stories of their own - and this film shows one through the eyes of a great imagination.
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WCCReviewed in the United States on December 18, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Clever and Intriguing Plot
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4.5 stars. This is a very clever plot. Like many other reviewers had pointed out, it is difficult to review without spoiling the movie. If you like to watch a clever and intriguing plot slowly unfold, you should watch this. Depending on how fast you catch on, you might start to get some hints after 30 min (it was about 40 min for me). If you like a good plot, watch it and let yourself be pleasantly surprised. =)
I gave only 4.5 stars because of the ending; I personally thought there could be just a little more to the movie. I had wished "all of them" appeared together - those who watched the movie would understand what I meant by this. Enjoy!
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Tim F. MartinReviewed in the United States on September 2, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Surprisingly good film with lots of surprises, well worth watching
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Interesting movie which like other reviewers I find difficult to really review in any depth without spoiling the film and this is definitely a film in which spoiling the twists and turns would impair enjoyment of it. It is one of those indie science fiction/fantasy/horror movies I have really enjoyed the past few years, with a modest budget (but not low budget), a handful of actors and actresses, and a relatively small set.

In this case the film concentrates on three characters for the most part, their entire world for most of the film an isolated cabin in the middle of some wintry woods devoid of leaves. We meet Samantha (played by Katherine Waterston), almost running through the woods in fear, her husband missing, her car out of gas. She comes across a gentlemen by the name of Tom (played by Scott Eastwood), first thinking he is an axe murderer but soon believing that he is a stranded fellow traveler, trying to survive in an unheated cabin with no food or running water in the middle of the woods (bereft naturally of any way to contact the outside world). Soon a third person shows up, Jody (played by Sara Paxton), who may or may not be a criminal. As the film progresses the three stranded travelers start to unravel a series of mysteries about where they are, the relationship they have to one another, and why they are together.

To say much more is to enter spoiler territory but it is definitely a genre film (not say a pure thriller). I liked the actors, sometimes one or another could maybe be a little stiff but once the film got going they were all perfectly fine. As the mystery unfolded the tension and pacing ramped up a lot and tense scene after tense scene unfolded. Very enjoyable film, glad I watched it.
10 people found this helpful
S. VecchioReviewed in the United States on April 30, 2018
3.0 out of 5 stars
It Aint Shakespeare, but Pretty Fun Movie.
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I'm glad I read the review that mentioned this film was Twilight Zonesque! It made the really bad acting from all three co-stars tolerable, appearing reminiscint of the stiff, soundstage performances from that show, of which I saw every single episode .....live!

The story moved right along, and I was not bored at all.
It was a very clever script, co-written by Shawn Christensen. Actually, for a movie whos entire cast is only 4 actors, it has to be a DAMN good script to overcome their inexperience.

Christensen put together one of my favorite movies, "Before I Disappear." Christensen wrote, starred, directed, and his band did some of the music in that film.

Katherine Waterston and Sarah Paxton both need a LOT of work.

Waterston has quite an impressive resume of what must have been small roles in some notable films, but again these young women.........

I'm not sure about the German guy. It was hard to tell how well he delivered his lines. He didn't speak English, but I think he just might have been the best of the four.

I saw Scott Eastwood when he starred in "The Longest Ride" in 2015. Ohhh, it was not good.

I was desperate and rented it on Pay Per View, not expecting very much. There was just a limited synopsis, and it was a bit shocking to see Clint's clone show up!

For those of us who remember the TV show, "Rawhide" from the sixties, Scott looks exactly like a young Clint!

In the trivia here, on Scott's birth certificate, it says, "Father declined" I've read Clint was a real lothario.

There are a few stars that cannot act, who have been lucky enough to have long careers, and their acting has never improved. Rock Hudson comes to mind. It's kind of remarkable, with ALL the movies Hudson was in, that it didn't improve just by accident! Keanu Reeves should thank God every day, twice a day! Clint Eastwood is not as bad, but another one. HE had been a stuntman, and did all his own stunts in the "Dirty Harry" films that were UNBELIEVABLE.

As he got older, he learned how to rely on his famous scowl, and gruff voice that covered a lot.
He and Ben Affleck were smart to learn to direct. They could call the shots and surround themselves with great actors so their modest abilities were not as noticeable. And of course, Clint is one of our best directors.

I'm thinking maybe Scott should spend as much time with his dad as possible BEHIND the camera. It might be his strength, too.
10 people found this helpful
Paul A. KlingerReviewed in the United States on October 21, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
A Modern Day Twilight Zone Type Story
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Deceptive film first appears to be a typical horror film about a group of people in a cabin being terrorized, but after about 30 minutes, the viewer realizes this is a very original story, and for those who liked Twilight Zone type stories, you will be rewarded for your patience. Also has Scott Eastwood, Clint's son. Don't rush to judgment. A good movie.
35 people found this helpful
brightnightReviewed in the United States on November 13, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Trite, mediocre. You've seen it all before.
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Just because this one has a twist (which isn't an original twist) doesn't make it an original movie or idea. "OMG, imagine a movie where people wake up somewhere and don't know how they got there and who they're with! OMG! So creative and brilliant!"
It's this kind of garbage...opiate of the masses, designed to entertain people with low standards. My time is more valuable than the effort put into this mess. I've got streaming devices that can access hundreds of thousands of movies, half of them not better this this one. I guess I'll stick with movies that were made before the 90s. You know, back when there was a real investment into producing a film so there was some pressure to do something unique with talented writers, actors and directors. I know there were knock-off films back then too but at least every other movie made wasn't just a cheap carbon copy of the previous one. These days, anything to make a buck I guess. No regard for quality or originality.
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JennyReviewed in the United States on October 29, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
Good Story, Poor Execution
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I don't know if it was poor screen writing, directing, or acting. Maybe I just wasn't in the mood for the overly aggressive tough boy, or the over-the-top attempt at hardcore teenage angst, or just all the pointless yelling. Seriously? You can have drama, struggle, mystery, fear and an array of other emotions without making your characters scream at each other constantly.

With all that being said, the idea behind the story was pretty good. It starts off with strangers accidentally meeting at a mysterious cabin in the woods. How did they all get there? Where is there? Who are they? Are they somehow connected?

It was a timey-wimey bendy alternative universe sort of movie. What would happen if...?
I'd like to know what would happen if the characters acted like normal people instead of being unbelievably dramatic.
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Karl WeaverReviewed in the United States on November 29, 2014
4.0 out of 5 stars
supernatural-suspense unfolds at a leisurely pace (NOT a horror film)
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This film's biggest problem may be that it sounds like a horror film …or even a SLASHER…but actually it turns out to be neither one, but rather a mystery-suspense with a bit of a sci-fi twist. To say too much about the plot is to spoil the plot. Suffice it to say at the opening, we see a couple robbing a gas station-food mart complex and the girl shoots the cashier in the face. Next scene: a woman (no, NOT the same woman) stumbling about in confusion in snowy woods somewhere. She finds a ramshackle cabin and enters. As she’s looking around, a man enters…..no, NOT the male counterpart to the Bonnie and Clyde pair….later, finally, the shooter-girl shows up…and then another guy….then the plot is in full swing, as you try to figure out why all of them are “there” (wherever that is), whether there is some connection between them, and how it will end up. I’d say this movie was fair. It did hold my attention until the end, and it was neither overly-violent nor particularly sexual in content (despite the R rating which I assume is due to the implied killing(s). The plot unfolds at a leisurely pace; about halfway through you start to see the connections just as the characters do; they gradually increase until the end (which, again, can't be described without spoiling the plot)
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