The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's a highly stylized voyeuristic tormented artist shocker of a horror thriller that is more gruesomely enigmatic than entertaining.
Whether a moody thriller or a twisted head-trip, Ab-normal Beauty is an exquisitely disorienting portrait of an artist as a troubled soul - beautiful, bloody and rather bewildering.
...the film...devolves...into...standard slasher movie fare.
Until the mystery is uncovered, Pang keeps the razor tension at a satisfying peak.
Beautiful, stylish, memorable.
It didn't completely turn out the way I thought it would. Had this been made in Europe or Hollywood I think they would have gotten more of the subject matter. It's still not a bad movie. Starts off well I thought and ends brutally too, but the middle part was a bit slow. Well acted and stylishly shot, but a missed opportunity.
Man this was boring. This is the first Korean movie that disappointed me (although I'm pretty new at Korean movies). I always thought that Asian movies are supposed to be extremely scary. This does have some scary moments. But it was too slow and almost killed me. The twist at the end was obviously a good one. But that doesn't make this any good.
The begining is an interesting view of an artistic obsession spiralling out of control, but I feel the ending was somewhat lacking in punch despite how graphic it was.
A pretty solid Korean suspense film. It doesn't deliver many scares, but puts forth a very interesting premise that is occasionally compromised by adding too much to the plot. Some of the subplots didn't really seem to move the story forward, and a few scenes dragged.
The Wong sisters, playing the two female main characters, have a lot of screen presence and acting talent. All of the other major performances are pretty slow.
Ab-Normal Beauty's final strength is its visual construction. The movie is absolutely gorgeous, both in cinematography and in composition. Even all of the actors are beautiful.
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