The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Director Alice Winocour displayed a keen eye for female power issues in her script for the Oscar-nominated Turkish film Mustang. In Disorder, she tries to shoehorn politics into a routine genre outing, and both come up short.
Grainy black-and-white footage, captured by amateur on-the-scene videographers, has been spliced together to create a nonstop portrait of a metropolis gone berserk-a city symphony from hell.
I only watched about half of it so far, but it was so badly done, so low-budget, the acting was atrocious, especially by the main character. His wooden acting is more wooden than some other actors who are known for it.
The main villain was so unscary and just silly, wearing a kiddy rubber mask to attempt and scare the audience.
Overall, this movie is so bad that it's good, but I cannot give it more than 2 stars because it just is very crap and it seems there wasn't much effort put into it. The only rather good thing is the score/soundtrack, yet I bet that was probably stolen from other horror movies.
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