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Come and Find Me (2016)

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When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.


Zack Whedon


Zack Whedon
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Credited cast:
Annabelle Wallis ... Claire
Garret Dillahunt ... John Hall
Aaron Paul ... David
Chris Chalk ... Buck Cameron / Kyle
Zachary Knighton ... Charlie
Terry Chen ... Det. Chris Sloan
Enver Gjokaj ... Aleksandr
Valerie Tian ... Student
Jordana Largy ... Mrs. Garan's Assistant
Michael Kopsa ... Rezart
Jessica Heafey ... Colleen
Dean Redman ... Jackson
Artine Tony Browne ... Detective Gill (as Artine Brown)
Corey Schmitt ... Fisnik
Tim Perez ... Mr. Yorkes


When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.

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Rated R for language and some violence | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

11 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Encuéntrame See more »

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David's first breakthrough in finding out what happened to Claire is spotting a street sign reflected in the windshield of an SUV she took a photo of, but when David finds the place where the photo was taken, you can see the nearest intersection is at least half a block away in the background, so there's no way such a distant street sign could have had a large enough reflection to be legible. See more »


Gotta Get Away
Performed by Harry Krapsho
Composed by Harry Paul Krapsho (BMI), John E, Shine (BMI), John S. Raczka (BMI), Richard T. Lauro (BMI), Thomas R. Kobus (BMI)
Published by Mighty Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Fervor Records
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Barber's barber, Writer's Writer, Return of Jimmy Stewart
12 November 2016 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

Enjoyable, engaging, captivating, suspense film.

But of course you did not take the time to look at this review to find out the obvious. You want to know more.

So here we go: Writer/Director Zack Whedon comes from a family where, instead of teaching the boys how to play ball or change a sparkplug, the parents taught their kids how to tell a story. (More on this can can found on the web.) The first breakout star from the siblings was Joss. Joss as in Buffy, Serenity, Cabin In the Woods, the Marvel Library and, for all I know, Genesis and Deuteronomy too.

So, my point, when looking at a Whedon film, if you want to look beyond simple entertainment value, you need to look for "influences." And this one is clear. Except for the last 2 minutes, this effort is the closest thing I have seen to an Alfred Hitchcock "Jimmy Stewart" story in over a half century.

Hitch understood completely - a lesson lost on most modern auteurs, young Whedon notwithstanding -- that the essence of suspense is to layer over it a romantic entanglement so as to get double the kick from the very same arc. All his films were structured this way.

It is a trick that very few have tried to imitate in this era but it works here, and works brilliantly. By the time the viewer realizes this is not a rom-com or relationship movie, this something else entirely, the trap is already baited and the hook is set.

Add to that some odd tricks with time juxtaposition (most of which work well, but not all of them) and you have a very engaging thriller.


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