Big Ass Spider! Reviews
Tiene un presupuesto realmente ajustado y con ello consigue hacer una cinta lo suficientemente bien rodada y con el cariño justo para que entiendas sus pretensiones y te dejes llevar por su tontería.
Es una película para disfrutar con los colegas, echarte unas risas y poco más.
Yet another self aware modern-day spin on 1950's giant creature horror movies that thanks to much cheaper visual effects are constantly being churned out these days. This it must be said is one of the better examples. The cast is likeable, there's very little in terms of filler, and you get the feeling that they at least tried to make an enjoyable product here and not just a quick money spinner that only offers its fun/silly title and nothing really more besides. It's a short sit at just under 1 hour 20 mins which is plenty, there's lots of spider based carnage, a fun cameo, and really if you expected more from this than what you actually get then you're a fool.
I don't really need to go into full detail about this movie. You can tell by the title of this movie that it's not even going to try to be good and would you know it this movie is awful, but it's so bad that it's actually pretty funny, I mean good god.
The acting is dreadful, the directing is just playing bad and effects are just terrible. This movie is so bad it's actually pretty funny, I won't lie that I laughed more then once during this movie. It's on the same level of funny and bad like The Room.
So, story-line. A spider is found on the dead body of some person who just so happens to grow extremely in a matter of hours. Hi-jinks ensue.
Now obviously. It can get a bit convoluted, it can be silly, the graphics sometimes are obviously an eye-sore, but you know what? In the end? That's just part of the charm. I found myself enjoying it more than I thought I would.
It's obviously a B-Movie. It's not meant to be taken so seriously, it's just a movie for fun. And quite honestly, it just doesn't go above and beyond to convince you it's real or try to lure you with sub-realistic things. I mean, it involves aliens at one point. Need I say more?
Bottom line? It's silly fun that you'd like if you wanna take a break from the serious movies.
I give this an 8 out of 10 (4 stars)
Female side character that is a damsel-in-distress even though it makes no sense whatsoever that she can't fend for herself in a situation as simple as getting stuck to a tree branch?
Annoying ethnic buddy that spouts really hard-to-understand quips?
Implausible plot with extremely gag-worth ending?
Soooooo... why did people like this movie?