Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The movie's relentless one-note tone makes its final twist, such as it is, entirely predictable and pat.
A strong twist ending and a creative use of effects helps "Let's Be Evil" overcome its limitations.
Let's Be Evil's vision of the future is ... tantalizing but shortsighted.
The plot is muddled, riddled with plot holes.
There's always a sense of something being held back, unduly restrained, so the film doesn't punch the way it should.
[A] cautionary tale that tackles modern schooling issues and refreshes terror-tot fiction like Village of the Damned.
The effects work is unusually sophisticated. Yet there's no dressing up some desperately ordinary stalk-and-slashing, and the budget undermines the world-building ...
A film that is deserving of praise for its ambition, particularly on its modest resources - and yet too flawed a piece of cinema to earnestly recommend.
Once the children have turned on their minders, the film's big ideas sadly get lost in seemingly endless scenes of adults running down hallways, hiding in rooms, & scurrying through crawlspaces. Whether real or virtual, this is numbingly clichéd.
While I get the feeling Morris could be a terrific young talent worth keeping an eye on, she's practically the only reasons to care about anything that's happening here.
I recommend this one only for die-hard fans of killer kids horror.
Appalling movie. You are left searching for the plot and suspense!
A great candidate for Letterboxd's "Synth Score/Neon Aesthetic" list, but otherwise not much on offer.
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