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After nights of sleepwalking, a troubled teen straps a camera to himself and discovers a sinister truth.

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Uncaged movie full length review - Erratically messy and ambitiously quick, one might find only sliver of decency in the piles of inconsistent narrative

"Uncaged" is not normal by any stretch, from the first act alone it shows hectic cinematography and plot. It stumbles on found footage direction, turns into odd mix of thriller and comedy, then falls straight into corny nudity.

The various subplots further hinder the execution with random occurrences. However, there are few surprises like the comic style presentation and better moments on the second half, although it would require patience on audience's part to get that far.

The story starts off confusingly, it's a series of camcorder records of a child then it jumps to three friends taking a trip into the woods, not forgetting the mandatory smooching events. As though that's not jumbled enough it veers with comic book slideshow and down to crime drama shtick. People would appear randomly, bringing needless subplots with them the entire way.

This is encumbered plot to say the least, but the movie has a good direction as it goes on and audience eventually familiarize themselves with the assortment of dubious people. Acting is pretty solid, especially the three friends, they have some awfully strange comedic moments which serendipitously work. The antagonist drug dealer is also ominous in abusive kind of way, if one can tolerate his awkward subplot shoehorned in.

Visual is a true mixed bag, on some occasions it looks bad and jittery as though it wants to replicate mockumentary, but towards the end the graphic is more polished. This is nothing short of big budget and it clearly shows with the editing, still there's a decent effort here and there when the story is properly engaging once it slaps all the fragmented narrative together.

The movie has unexpected shining moments from comedy and horror, but it's chained by incessant oddities which audience, rightfully, might not willing to endure.