Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The dialogue is pedestrian and the performances hardly inspired.
It begins to feel like the film Pulse, which similarly demonized technology. And then the conclusion takes it a step too far, circling back to the blood soaked cliché it was so close to transcending.
[Antisocial] is a brilliant horror film that comments on our society's addiction to social media.
...an entirely underwhelming horror effort that's rife with incompetent, amateurish elements...
If you can get past the fact that the flick is composed of 75% recycled ideas and 25% new ones, you may find that something to like.
This unconvincing techno-horror is too self-serious to be entertaining, but also too silly to be taken seriously.
This really is an idea for Generation 2.0 - but the social commentary is short-circuited by Antisocial's faulty wiring.
If Pulse got together with 28 Days Later and gave birth to a TV show and that TV show was *terrible*, Antisocial would be the Bottle Episode of that show.
It may have been an unlaughable comedy. Antisocial is a technological horror film that satires the Facebook culture and student life. Yes, I like the idea of Facebook making people crazy but it was absolutely miserably executed it made me cringe. The script was terrible, cast of actors are shockingly bad, direction was non-existent. Sure, it has some nicely done editing, but they can't even have a camera that won't shake. Moral of the story, stop attempting to make bad horror films. Avoid this at all cost.
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