For the Weekend For the Weekend, is a typical story about ‘disconnected’ friends hesitantly getting together to celebrate the birthday of one of their own in an isolated house in the desert. What’s not typical is the approach directors Warren J. Williams, and Tom Dever took when one of the friends disappeared In the middle of the night. This is for the weekend 2020, watch online, for the weekend 2020 free download, full movie hd.
Was there going to be a murder, a who’s done it plot or just a non-event incident that made the friend disappear? Directors Warren J. Williams and Tom Dever succeeded in balancing the suspense and comedy throughout. The characters were well developed, and the actors did an excellent job of bringing them to life. Both the camera work and the music enhanced the plot. For the Weekend, is a well-made independent film that’s worth watching. Filmxy has For the Weekend (2020) Online Full Movie, For the Weekend (2020) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Tommy Bechtold, Ashley Haden, Zach Hardy.
For The Weekend follows a group of friends who heads out to the desert for a nice getaway in hopes of recapturing the good old days. Of course, some friends don’t mix well with others, and after the property owner gives a strange, foreboding tour, everything goes downhill.
I would call this a comedy thriller, a unique genre than say the comedy action flick. With the slight comedic edge, the movie gets away with a lot. In the first six minutes, you get to know the main characters, not a small feat in itself, as many studio films cannot pull this off. From here on out, it’s a fun and entertaining ride. The film is worth checking out as it capitalizes on one of those weekend experiences we’ve all had with a group of “friends,” except this one turns into a possible murder mystery.
For The Weekend is an interesting indie. The beginning really made me feel like I was watching one of those indie dramas where friends reunite and have to re-kindle their bonds and overcome their issues in a relatable way, and there’s even some comedy in the film as well, but then For the Weekend becomes a tense thriller of sorts when one person in their group goes missing. This mixing of genres are the types of things that I think make indie films worthwhile, since they take a different approach than conventional Hollywood films. I definitely enjoyed the ride with this film — I always let my mind run away with me when I’m far from civilization, about what could go wrong and how limited your options would be, so the film definitely maintained my interest. If you’re looking for an intriguing indie film that blends genres in a unique way, then check out For The Weekend.