DVD 98 mins IMDB 6.0
R (Restricted)
P2
Summit Entertainment (2007)
Not In Collection
#68

Seen It:
Yes

Owner:
Andie

Location:
Dave & Andie
Horror, Thriller
USA  /  English

Philip Akin Karl
Wes Bentley Thomas
Miranda Edwards Jody
Bathsheba Garnett Homeless Woman
Franck Khalfoun Newsman
Grace Lynn Kung Elevator Gal
Stephanie Moore Lorraine
Rachel Nichols Angela Bridges
Arnold Pinnock Cop #2
Simon Reynolds Bob Harper
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee Man in Elevator
Philip Williams Cop #1

Director Franck Khalfoun
Producer Alexandre Aja; Gregory Levasseur; Erik Feig; Greg Copeland
Writer Alexandre Aja; Gregory Levasseur; Grégory Levasseur
Cinematography Maxime Alexandre

Stalker in a parking garage. You've got to give the makers of P2 credit: They've tapped a universal source of anxiety and stretched it out into a feature-length film. Underneath a Manhattan skyscraper, chic businesswoman Angela (Rachel Nichols) is knocking off for the Christmas holiday. Everybody else has cleared out of the garage--everybody but freaky-friendly attendant Tom (Wes Bentley), and his little dog too. Before long, Tom makes it clear that he'd like to have Angela for holiday dinner, whatever that might mean. Our heroine must summon all her resources, and the challenge of a low-cut dinner gown, to fight back. P2 (no, it's not the sequel to P) at least allows Angela a measure of common sense, as she actually thinks of some logical ways to fight back, and director Franck Khalfoun (working from an idea by Haute Tension guys Alexandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur) does indeed get the most out of the parking garage location. But the movie's at a loss to make these two characters interesting in any way, even at the Coyote vs. Roadrunner level. Tom's little quirks, like miming a dance to Elvis Presley's "Blue Christmas," feel like a desperate attempt to add flavor to an otherwise standard-issue creepo. Bentley (best known for American Beauty) does have the face of an obsessive, and Nichols has the face (and did we mention the cleavage?) of a movie star, so they're not hard to believe. But most of the time this movie is stuck on the wrong floor. --Robert Horton

Edition Details
Distributor Summit Entertainment
Edition Widescreen Edition
Barcode 33907927309820007
Region Region 1
Release Date 4/8/2008
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio 2.35:1
Subtitles English
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
- Audio Commentary with Director and Filmmakers
- A New Level of Fear: The Making of P2
- Designing Terror
- Tension Nouveau: Presenting Franck Khaloun
Personal Details
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