Mary Poppins Returns
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A sloppy chiller about tourists falling prey to an online stalker in Bangkok that clumsily mixes slasher, sexploitation and supernatural elements.
Somehow "Cam2Cam," directed by Joel Soisson, falls spectacularly short for the genres it hopes to pander in: slasher pic, soft-core, travelogue.
If the first twenty minutes hooked me, the next twenty had me checking out.
Its supposedly percipient musings on modern love clash with the unshakeable feeling that the film feels like a relic unearthed from a high-school hard drive.
If Cam2Cam was a Chatroulette user, you'd pass by this cyber snoozer without hesitation. Next!
Lost in this barely coherent and clichéd hugger-mugger is the initial killer-website conceit and the attending erotic dread, which is retrospectively revealed to be an illusory siren call.
Monotonous and dull, Cam2Cam is a rather tame B-horror film. The story follows a young woman who moves into an apartment complex in Bangkok to investigate her sister's murder, and is enticed to join an erotic website called Cam2Cam. Most of the acting's quite bad, and the characters aren't that interesting. The writing's pretty piss-poor as well, and isn't able to build any intrigue or suspense. Cam2Cam is a trite and ineffective film that doesn't deliver any scares.
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