As far as euphonious phobias go "Acrophobic" is a terrific one, giving you the mouth-feel of the fright at hand -- the movie Fall is similar in that it's titled as short and sweet and to the vertiginous point as the movie itself aspires to be. Fall falls (heh) a little short of being short enough though -- I wish it did leave us dangling tangled up with fewer plot strands. It both overdoes its strains toward character building and leaves them hanging where it really matters as well. Still the terrifying heights its pretty seamless CGI inserts us into is worth the price of admission -- we get to live vicariously through some dumb annoying girls doing dumb annoying things but in new terrifying ways we've never experienced before! I would have loved to have seen this in IMAX but even on my small T.V. screen I felt the vulture feathers through my hair and shrieked once or thrice.