Aurora 663 – Movie Review
Director: Don Dingas
Writer: Don Dingas (Screenplay)
- Don Dingas
- Lynnette West
- James DiFonzo
- Jillian Hitchcock
- Sean Munnelly
Plot: A stranger with mysterious past witnesses an aeroplane crash, and sets out to save the only survivor…a nine-year-old girl. Outnumbered, out-gunned, and relentlessly hunted for a crime he did not commit, the stranger must escape an army of blood-thirsty bounty hunters, as he desperately searches to save the injured child. This action-packed psychological thrill ride will have you hanging on the edge of your seat until the very last shocking moment.
Runtime: 1 Hour 40 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Aurora 663 starts when a traveller (Dingas) sees a plane crash land, discovering a young girl (West) around the wreckage. He finds himself getting knocked out and needing to escape capture. Elsewhere, the Traveller is recounting his story to a Prosecutor (DiFonzo) and Public Defender (Hitchcock), who are trying to piece together what has been happening.
As the story unfolds, the two different paths start to cross, and the truth slowly starts to get revealed. Can the Traveller deal with what happened in the woods?
Verdict on Aurora 663
Aurora 663 is a mind-bending action thriller that sends one man on his journey to understand the truth. This takes us down a strange path that looks to bring surprises along the way. It does an excellent job at keeping us wondering what the truth is and will leave us surprised with the final outcome.
The movie is low budget and a passion project by writer, director and star Don Dingas. It shows an excellent story, one that could easily leave you needing to look back at certain scenes to pick up on clues. However, the special effects are very low budget and sadly, it shows. If you can overlook them, you will get an enjoyable story experience.
Where to Watch: Aurora 663 is available on Tubi.
Final Thoughts – Aurora 663 is a mind-bending story, constantly keeping us guessing.