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Four friends travel to a lakeside cabin for a carefree weekend, the fun turns into a nightmare when 3 of them end up locked in a hot sauna. Four friends gather for a weekend trip that turns into a nightmare when three of them end up stuck inside of a sauna.
Every minute counts and every degree matters as they fight for their lives in the heat up to 247°F. There's not much to go on other than that for a synopsis but movies banking on a claustrophobic vibe have tackled even bigger challenges.
The most interesting thing about this movie is that it was filmed in Georgia (the country, not the state). One only has to think about Buried, featuring Ryan Reynolds all alone and six feet under.
I was not aware that people filmed movies in Georgia and used a Georgian crew, but I will assume this is a cost issue. Tyler Mane has gained a horror following due to his part in Rob Zombie's "Halloween" and he does alright here in his limited role. A good screenplay featuring rich characters and interesting conflicts could probably have carried 247°F but unfortunately, this wasn't the case here.247°F features cookie-cutter protagonists who follow the usual formula but without much savvy and no heart.
247°F takes place three years later, as a medicated Jenna still struggles to get past that tragedy.
Unfortunately, the screenplay and direction never make this gripping.
This could have been 60 minutes or even 30 -- a good episode of a television show, but a bit too simple for a full-length film.Georgia is a country that more and more international productions are turning to for cost-effective shooting, so I suppose they might as well turn to making their own movies.This one has the look and production values of a typical American straight-to-video. The movie begins by highlighting the past of Jenna, a now quiet girl who survived a car accident but lost her boyfriend.No smart thinking and not much drama unfolding other than the three of them successively losing their temper or arguing pointlessly. Those two questions are what 247°F is all about but unfortunately, the screenplay doesn't build much suspense.All of this intersecting with a few scenes featuring people on the outside going about their business. The audience is simply left waiting with very little sense of anticipation being built up. The other protagonists are played by standard B-movie actors probably picked because they are nice too look at. There are no major faults as far as cinematography...