Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (8)
| Fresh (2)
| Rotten (6)
| DVD (3)
Frankly, it's all tedious on the western front in this bum-numbing bore.
A ambientação chuvosa e lamacenta cria uma atmosfera claustrofóbica, mas o roteiro e os personagens estereotipados não conseguem utilizá-la de forma inteligente.
Acting, directing, and production values - all very solid. But there are a couple of major problems that keep Deathwatch from reaching it's full potential
It's horror crossed with a war movie, and if you suspect this might mean it consists of men running around in mud while eerie music plays on the soundtrack, you would be correct.
"What is war if not mud, pestilence and horror?"
We went in not knowing what the heck to expect, and ended up being impressed. The movie could have seriously kicked ass if they had done things a little differently, but it had a good cast with solid performances, (including Andy Serkis, Jamie Bell, and "Colin-God-of-Sex" from Love, Actually) and Chris was particularly impressed with the attention to WWI detail. The story was decent, but should have been hyped as a psychological thriller a la Jacob's Ladder, rather than straight up horror.
Not sure why this has such a low rating here. This movie was really well done. Great actors. Very eerie setting. Very "Twilight Zone-ish". Apparently, these men were stuck in limbo between heaven, and hell. Wasn't too hard to figure out, in my opinion. Hell won out with most of them...
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