Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Sounds like nothing especially unusual in straight-to-tape thriller land, but when Jennifer Tilly is cast as the psycho wife, what you get is camp nirvana.
I reserve half-star ratings for very special exceptions. Hide and Seek is one of the few movies I've seen that fits my "half star" criteria. First of all, this has no reason to exist in the first place. The worst kind of straight-to-video garbage, it shamelessly force-feeds cliches while also messing up the most fundamental ideas of conventional writing. Every single performance is poor. Gallo and Hannah look disinterested throughout, and Jennifer Tilly is beyond insufferable as she wails and screams during every second onscreen. This is a stupid, incoherent, unprofessional, boring waste of time.
This was pretty entertaining. Tilly did an amazing job as a crazy chick.
I was a bit worried at first, but this movie turned out to have some good stuff in it. Jennifer Tilly reaches new levels of creepy in this one. Vincent Gallo really had no business with her, and unforntunately he left the movie a bit too early.
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