Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The characters are not well-constructed at all, and the movie hinges on a twist that cheats the viewer and ultimately doesn't make a lot of sense.
My general rule is once I've read a synopsis or occasionally a review or have seen one trailer I tune out everything else so I can enjoy the film without having everything ruined for me or be influenced by an opinion. Apparently I'm gonna have to change that rule because here lately more times than not I've been burned because of what I expect.
Case in point, this one. I was expecting a zombie movie but it is not. It is a thriller with a little bit of supernatural thrown in. And a very, very boring one to boot.
Summary: Do not waste your time with this uninspired, poorly written coma-inducing borefest.
James Kyson Lee gives a good performance, and Danielle De Luca is okay. Some moments of suspense, but most of the time you are waiting for things to happen, and a few of the other performances are up and down. Something to watch late at night on cable if nothing else was on.
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