Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It doesn't work for a myriad of reasons, but it's certainly not a sloppy effort, just an unnecessary one.
It's a promising setup that's almost immediately employed to less-than-engrossing effect...
Full of suspense and intrigue (but not many scares), Flight 7500 is a fairly decent horror film. When a plane traveling from Los Angeles to Tokyo hits turbulence a number of strange occurrences begin happening, leading several passengers to suspect that some malevolent force is at work. Leslie Bibb, Jamie Chung, and Amy Smart lead the cast and delivery solid performances. And the storytelling does a pretty good job at building mystery. However, the film tries a little too hard to set up misdirects and keep the ambiguity going until the final reveal (which is quite shocking). It's kind of weak on plot and character, but overall Flight 7500 is a frightfully chilling film.
such a shame considering the director proved his worth with the grudge.
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