Mary Poppins Returns
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This bloodthirsty comic-book fantasy is let down by its infantile humor and derivative, incoherent plot.
The dialogue is wiseass yet witless, the action incessant minus any novelty of style, stunts, or ideas.
An awkward, painful mash-up of horror and comedy that induces all the wrong kind of squirms, Nekrotronic feels like a Z-grade SyFy Channel movie that escaped its basic-cable confines.
Nekrotronic feels like Quentin Tarantino had been watching a lot of Edgar Wright and Wachowski movies, and then decided to make a Ghostbusters film.
All the jokes land, and for most of its runtime, this is a slick and self-assured romp.
Where the film falters, or the component that most dampens its enthusiastically juvenile appeal, is the formulaic plot.
Exceedingly tedious virtually from start to finish...
More than anything, it feels like a bad video game adaptation - by virtue of also feeling like a bad video game.
Ghostbusters meets The Matrix in this very enthusiastic but extremely dopey horror movie from director Roache-Turner and his brother Tristan, who have never met a genre cliché they couldn't incorporate.
Splatter-heavy, self-congratulatory horror-comedy in a "whoa-dude" mode that aspires to Ghostbusters or Shaun of the Dead, where evil oozes off the internet via a Pokémon-style game that captures snaps of demons.
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