Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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As slow, lifeless and sloppily stitched together as its monster, this movie is a massive dud, undeserving of its goofy name.
Reframing America's treatment of race through horror and monster narratives remains a thematically smart and astute concept, but there's nothing clever, thought-provoking or even entertaining about this attempt.
An atrocious effort which forgoes such niceties as competent acting, smooth editing, and efficient direction.
The Third in my Halloween Film Series. A 1973 Black Horror Film with a guess appearances near end of Black Comedian and a Blues Singer. But here we have a Vietnam Vet who returns to the US after stepping on a land mind and having both arms and legs blown off. But Doctor Frank Stein grows home new legs and arms and everything is going fine until a jealous lab tech screws Eddie up with wrong injections, creating the Black Monster Blankenstein. This had to be a Drive In Special, 3 Stars.
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