This film LITERALLY had me reacting in some way for EVERY scene in this film! It was SOOO well done! There are so many twists and turns!! I do not remember the last time I saw a film with so many twists and turns!!!! Why is this film at a 7.8/10 on this site? It needs to be like a 9/10 at least! This film was unbelievable! John Cho needs more serious work nowadays! He is wonderful in this! My emotions were on a roller coaster ride! I was pissed at some characters, happy for characters, sad, you name it! I was on this journey with John Cho's character! I rooted for him in one very particular scene! It shocks you how someone who mostly worked in stupid comedies back in the day can REALLY shine in a movie that is under a genre similar to this one! The director and writer(s) are geniuses! I could literally not find one single flaw in this beautiful yet dark masterpiece, and that is incredibly rare! This is one of my fav films of this year and one of the best in the genre! John Cho, get yourself more work similar to this! Congratulations to all who worked on this roller coaster ride of a film! This is the best film that takes place on simply screens and nothing more!
Searching (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
Searching is a movie starring John Cho, Debra Messing, and Joseph Lee. After his 16-year-old daughter goes missing, a desperate father breaks into her laptop to look for clues to find her.
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The Synopsis for Searching (2018) 720p
After David Kim (John Cho)'s 16-year-old daughter goes missing, a local investigation is opened and a detective is assigned to the case. But 37 hours later and without a single lead, David decides to search the one place no one has looked yet, where all secrets are kept today: his daughter's laptop. In a hyper-modern thriller told via the technology devices we use every day to communicate, David must trace his daughter's digital footprints before she disappears forever.
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BEAUTIFUL WORK OF ART!!!Reviewed byHere_2_ReviewVote: 10/10
The trailer intrigued me .
The first 5 minutes of this film draws you in and it's 10/10 for most of film only in small doses did it drop to 9/10.
It wasn't perfect but it's as close as you can get to it but gets the top score for originality .
It's so immersive , you're there , you are the father , he does what you would do . People who don't use the internet may not get this film but for those who do - you're going to love this .
This uses the big screen to condense your vision into the small screen - filmed in a form of first person POV - but you see both sides of the camera - you see what the character sees and and you see the character be it visually or in text form.
This thriller is what cinema has been waiting for - the next step is the 4th dimension but that's an idea I've been working on so it's not relevant to this review .
Like all good thrillers it's got twists and turns and although you might guess the ending as I did you are still not sure as you're constantly given plausible alternatives .
What I loved about the film was the journey as the characters develop so does the operating system , software and hardware making the story very believable - it's definitely a film for the gadget loving social media using cyber generation and its use of live chat is groundbteaking - the film just feels so real - with typos and corrections , deletes all making it so absorbing . Even trolls rear their ugly heads .
This is a must see for thriller loving tech wizards - this was the perfect film for me .
Overall 9.5/10 but that can easily be rounded up to 10/10 for originality
Fortunately I was offered a preview of this movie, for free. This movie is obviously a new way for the film making industry to cut the expenses. 75% of the story is communication on a computer screen and the small amount of actual acting is poor. To charge for this rubbish should really be considered an insult.