Man On Ledge, the movie, starring Sam Worthington is a story about a man who puts his life in danger to prove a point. The point he is trying to prove is that his “innocence” of the accused crime is worth more to his prove than to his life. Read the official synopsis for more about the story of the film.
The website for the film is nice. The initial imagery on the website give the visitor a view of what it is like to stand on a ledge of a building in the middle of New York City. The graphics and story remind me of the movie Phone Booth that premiered in early 2000 and starred Colin Farrell.
Official Synopsis: In the heart-pounding thriller “man on a Ledge,” Nick Cassidy (Sam Worthington) makes a desper ate and life-threatening move to prove his innocence after he is framed for the theft of a rare, prized diamond. Recently escaped from prison and with nowhere else to go, Nick climbs onto the ledge of a towering skyscraper, inviting the eyes of New York City to anxiously watch as one wrong step could mean plunging to his death. But as one police negotiator soon learns, Nick’s daredevil stunt, captivating the eyes of the public and media, masks a dangerous ploy to reveal the truth about his tarnished name. With the help of his brother and with time running out, Nick’s intricate plan must work perfectly, but when you’re on the 25th floor ledge of a building, going down takes an entirely more hair raising meaning.
There are 4 parts to the site: the story, videos, gallery, and the cast. Read about the story and check out the cast section for more information on the actors appearing in the film. The Gallery has all of the movie stills for your viewing, these images are presented in a flashy film strip fashion layout, this particular layout makes it a bit frustrating to navigate because when your mouse cursor is positioned over an image the scroll bar will move. Some practice in using the module will be needed. This design can also be found in the cast section, it is very visually appealing and gives a modern 3D feel to the site.
The Man On a Ledge movie website review: http://www.manonaledge.com/
Visually a nice website with the innovative film strip scrolling that has a pleasantly oversized appearance. THe website is 3 of 5 stars! ★★★