Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The scares were uneven, some are good while some are ridiculously funny. The story was quite focused on the main theme and it's kinda getting sluggish in the middle but I guess, someone screaming in front of your face at random times supposed to kept the watchers hooked but that's such a banal approach and begins to be redundant towards the end.
Coming Soon offers quite a good spread, except it's plagued by more flaws and loopholes. It's disappointing to see glimmers of something potentially good get buried under a pile of clichéd scare tactics, something the movie does incessantly. Also, it's a bit slow on the pacing, which takes away a good part of the horror and surprise. On the whole, it has a very promising idea, though sadly the script needed a few more re-writes and the writer himself could do with hiring a different director. This is Sopon Sukdapisit's directorial debut, though it looks like he's better off just doing the writing. The movie has very little of the dreaded tension in Shutter and Alone and some scenes border on being repetitive and annoying.
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