Movie Review: Indigenous 2014
|It looks like a cover from a book by James Rollins|
Yeah a Chupacabra and what a pain it was...
First of all, the real...
The Darién Gap (Spanish: Región del Darién or Tapón del Darién) is a break in the Pan-American Highway consisting of a large swath of undeveloped swampland and forest within Panama's Darién Province in Central America and the northern portion of Colombia's Chocó Department in South America.
What we've got here a bunch of american idiots go to a place where a beautiful waterfall exists (it wasn't that beautiful) even if several locals said that that place was very dangerous. Long story short - they encountered a beast that killed some of his friends and only two remain.
What was interesting was the technological part of the movie. One of those americans was creating an app that as he made a video, he identified the person in the camera and automatically send the video to everyone who was connected via facebook and other websites. So as he was attacked by this monster he created a video and send it to his friends making the story viral and after only 8 hours everyone and everything was in the Darién Gap following the lead.
|Most of these actors are killed with two exceptions... Do you know who?|
This is one of those movies that you watch and that's it. You will learn where Panama is and that there is a road that goes from Alaska to Argentina with the excpetion of that Gap.