'Come And Find Me' [Blu-ray+Digital HD]
(Aaron Paul, Annabelle Wallis, Garret Dillahunt, et al / Blu-ray+Digital HD / R / 2016 / LGF)
Blu-ray Overview: When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.
Blu-ray Verdict: What do you call Zach Whedon's little gem of a film? It's part romance, part mystery, and part thriller, and all good and intriguing. It's not a loud film, despite the action sequences; it has nuance, and lovely touches in the Aaron Paul (David) and Annabelle Wallis (Claire) relationship.
The film begins with a misdirection, actually a long-standing motif with David and Claire, which creates tension from the get-go and almost a quality of premonition for the rest of the film. I never watched Breaking Bad but was impressed by how good Aaron Paul's Everyman was, doggedly putting himself though Hell to find an answer when something happens to Claire.
I was equally impressed with how Whedon took David from a Naif out of his element to a little more savvy the deeper he dug, trying to find information along the way on his quasi-detective journey. Nice acting from everyone involved. Indeed, you will probably recognize a few actors you've seen before in film and television.
Definitely watchable, and most definitely a grower, 'Come And Fine Me' ultimately raises questions such as, "What causes a woman, without any problems or fights, to disappear without a single trace" and, of course, "How well do we really know the person we share a bed with every night?" Think on those after you've seen this tremendously little movie that can. This is a Widescreen Presentation (2.40:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the Special Features of:
Filmmaker commentary (with writer/director Zach Whedon and producer Chris Ferguson)
Unravelling the Mysteries of 'Come And Find Me' Featurette
The Official Trailer