Critic Review - Village Voice

More than anything else, Cabin feels like the endgame of so-called fanboy culture in the way in which it is first and foremost about itself, interested only in a fundamental adherence to rules of its own devising and fenced off from the world at large.

April 10, 2012 Full Review Source: Village Voice | Comments (21)
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Andrew Scarlett

Thank God, I had seen Cabin before reading this review.

Apr 15 - 11:20 PM

Mike Bierman

Mike Bierman

OK, just saw this tonight. Despite its 91% rating. It is not even a good movie, let alone a great movie. Also, MY audience groaned and everyone complained that the movie sucked while they left the theater. I don't know what test audience gave this an 83%, but they were idiots. The blonde could not act, so I immediately picked her to get naked. Bingo. The red head was a much better actress, so I immediately picked her to NOT get naked. Bingo. Everything about this movie was a disappointment, except for CGI stuff near the end (I did not spoil the plot!). This film is no more than average, and frankly was a waste of money. Also, there were also at least two lines in the script that seemed to have been errors, as I cannot figure out at all why the lines were what they were. It is rare for me to SO disagree with a Rotten Tomato rating, but trust me, this one is not very good. Wait for the video.

Apr 21 - 07:26 PM

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