Missing Review: A Sharp Techno Whodunit Loaded with Twists
A clever daughter searches for her vanished mother using solely digital means. Missing is a sharp techno whodunit that takes place behind cell phones, security cams, and computer screens. Popular social media apps and websites become invaluable aids to a digital sleuth trying to solve a perplexing mystery. An engaging plot has more twists than a bag of pretzels. I give the filmmakers credit for shocking turns that come together smartly in a harrowing climax. Rapid edits and the selfie point of view gets a bit old. I readily admit my age and generational differences are a factor. Younger audiences most likely will not have this issue.
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