Writer and director Zack Whedon delivers a thriller that takes you on a journey of betrayal, lies, and realizing not everything is as it seems, completely twisting your head and every thought that has ever crossed your mind, almost leaving you insane with all the clues, hints, and not knowing who to trust anymore.
When David (Aaron Paul) wakes up only to find out that his girlfriend isn’t laying right beside him, he goes on a quest to find her, one that will lead him through a dark path uncovering unbelievable things about the person he once thought he knew.
Come and find me was rather dull at certain moments yet slightly entertaining at the same time, like you want to turn it off but also find yourself being somewhat interested in the outcome. It does manage to peak your curiosity, wondering where the girlfriend is, who she actually is, and will he make it until the end.
Aaron Paul shines, no matter role or script he still manages to deliver the best and you’ll be equally hooked on him as you’ve been on previous characters he’s played throughout his career.
Not something I’d watch several times, nor would probably never personally recommend due to so many other greater and better movies out there. However, are you a fan of Paul, it’s definitely something you should check out. 4.3/10
The making of Come and find me.