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Run Hide Fight

Run Hide Fight watch free, Run Hide Fight online, Run Hide Fight full movie, Run Hide Fight streaming free, A 17-year-old girl uses her wits, survival skills, and compassion to fight for her life, and those of her fellow classmates, against a group of live-streaming school shooters.

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How long is the Run Hide Fight movie ?
The movie runs for 109 minutes.

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There’s something disturbingly simplistic about Run Hide Fight. It takes what is actually a complex problem, mired in issues of poverty, inequality, an institutionalised culture of violence and more and reduces it to a basic formula.

High school shooters are presented as violent, immature, sometimes mentally ill, narcissists and little more. Certainly there may be elements of this, in these events but there’s a lot more to than that.

I felt the handling was uncomfortable and somewhat troubling, leaving a tale that not only failed to resonate but to me, felt a little exploitative.

Acting wise, its on the money. This film is outside my demographic but I’m a big fan of Thomas Jane, so I took a look. Jane does not fail to impress but his is really a peripheral character. The main role falling to Isabel May.

May hands in a sardonic, fraught but ultimately hopeful performance as a Rambo/John McClane (Die Hard) style character.

The pacing works and there is plenty of action to keep things rolling along.

That said, for me this is a sombre subject, that I feel deserves the sort of mature treatment offered up by Michael Moore’s insightful documentary, Bowling for Columbine (2002).