The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Tucker makes a plausibly flawed protagonist, and Reed is as seductive and manipulative as you could want.
I have to add the artwork cover on Lovefilm is very different to the above. Made it look more like a modern day slasher/horror. It's actually more like a made for TV teen thriller. Closest think it was like was the Wild Things films and very similar in plot but no where near as good as the first 2 of those films.
Only 85 minutes long, yet somehow felt like it would never end. Jonathan Tucker is very miscast in this.
"The more I shot her, the more intrigued I became"
A draging and totally predictable story of a guy who becomes obsessed about a mysterious girl. Then there's murder and a crooked cop and a stupid plan by the girl and etc...
All of this have been seen before and made better by others. And then there's an awful score that gave me a headache.
There's nothing I can reccomend this film on really. From the get go it presents itself as as Film Noir within a high school setting, much like 'Brick'. However where as Brick was stylish, clever and absorbing this film drags on and on despite a very short running time. The twists are obvious and unfulfilling. Looks like it was shot direct for television and the acting is at times cringeworthy. It gets marks for trying and at least having some smart dialogue and interesting editing.
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