I don't know where these high reviews are coming from... I personally can attest that this is a really boring movie ... Avoid until it is airing free on TV.
The Vanishing (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Vanishing (2018) 1080p
Keepers is a movie starring Gerard Butler, Peter Mullan, and ólafur Darri ólafsson. Three lighthouse keepers on the remote Flannan Isles find a hidden trunk of gold, leading to their mysterious disappearance.
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The Synopsis for The Vanishing (2018) 1080p
Formally known as KEEPERS, The Vanishing is Inspired by the Flannan Isle mystery. A small relief boat approaches the Isle, a tiny isolated island no bigger than a football pitch, 20 miles off a rugged coast. Its aim is to routinely replace the three lighthouse keepers, after 6 weeks alone manning the light. It nears the dock and none of the men greet them. The winch is broken. A call. Nothing. Experienced keepers Thomas, James and Donald have vanished. The lamps are clean and refilled; the table is laid for dinner. There is an upturned chair. Two sets of yellow oilskins are missing...The men were never found.
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Extremely boring and slowReviewed byealesnjVote: 1/10
The Vanishing (2018) creates a vividly authentic portrayal of life at a remote lighthouse in 1900. Every detail seems real, including the lighthouse, the boats, clothing, instruments, jars in the pantry, speech and attitudes. But they squander this sense of authenticity with incessant jiggly-cam shots. These are not minor trembles in areas where one might expect difficulty using a tripod or some other rigid mounting system, like the spiral staircase leading to the lamp. In an early scene, a character suffers motion sickness. The audience can easily relate. Later, we meet a physically imposing character, played by an actor they might cast in a fight scene against Dave Bautista. We wonder why they couldn't get that guy to hold the camera, instead of apparently recruiting a skinny eleven-year-old on a gyroscopic board. The only time the jiggly shots don't disrupt the audience's willful suspension of disbelief is during a pivotal scene that is so dimly lit that it's impossible to tell what's going on.
Rigid mounting systems require a lot more time and effort to set up the equipment, level the camera, make certain the actors hit their marks, et cetera, which forces the filmmakers to plan each shot. Properly done, it results in a tighter production. TV seems to drag a bit, as if it might have benefited from the careful planning entailed in using rigid mounts.
Performances by Gerald Butler, Peter Mullan and the other are excellent. Aside from sloppy camerawork and too much action occurring off-camera, production values are excellent.
Money is truly the root of all evil... Or shall I say gold? The pace of the movie is a bit slow for some, but the slowness gives you time to keep up emotionally and to really feel the rawness off the characters. Great acting. I recommend this movie.