Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The performances are on the amateurish side and the dialogue whiplashes between amusing quips and (mostly) leaden chitchat. But the final act, a ripoff of Night of the Living Dead, is effectively staged and showcases impressively monstrous makeup designs.
A great title, but a lousy film.
Like watching a George Romero rip-off, directed by Ed Wood, with a script scribbled by Joe Orton while he was ripped to the tits on poppers.
Clark accordingly avails himself of the best abysmal wisecracks, offhand surrealism, and decomposing mise-en-scène available
On a technical level, at least, it's great fun.
Clark's first film is memorable only for its catchy title.
One of the best horror movies of the 70's!
Truly weird, sometimes effective horror cheapie.
Pretty bad, but not even close to Bob Clark's worst. This guy directed both "Baby Geniuses," don't forget.
On any absolute scale of movie ratings, it should score pretty low. However, there is no accounting for the amount of fun one can have with it.
Better than what the first five minutes would lead you to believe, if you can get past the annoyingness of some of the characters.
A low budget campfest that actually manages to give me the creeps.
I like this kind of Movies, the Idea of the Movie was nice. Trouble is when you just think it has began to turn creepy, you experience a disaster. lol
More interesting than entertaining, this Bob Clark film is like a mix of Evil Dead (minus the style) and Diary of the Dead. The acting is okay and the story is very uneven. It's hard to rate the cinematography because the DVD print currently in release is terrible.
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