Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Scenes of horror and violence are often undercut by sudden, slapstick humor ... This weird juxtaposition, however, is the most intriguing element ... just don't come expecting any real amount of horror.
Classic shlocky Monster hogwash...
A most misunderstood satire of Brits abroad
It tips right into bad Keystone Kops komedy...
Despite the tongue-in-cheekiness of the overall product, Reeves noticeably eschews grandiose gore, instead punctuating (very dry) stretches of exposition and interaction with galling brutality.
The She-Beast is a must own for fans of Sixties schlock. In the end it was even more fun than I had remembered. Not good, mind you. Hell, not even mediocre. Just fun.
Babs Steele is the attraction here, yes? Well forget it. She's only around for the very beginning of the film, the set-up, and then the finale. Otherwise you're working with memory. There's some bit about a small town executing a witch way back in the day, with the obligatory curse on the whole town as a monologuing bye-bye. Jump to the present day where a resurrected hag is killing the descendants of the first crew. Shock value is simply the witch's looks. Could use some pepper in this stew.
This is the only film with Steele that I really didn't like, she's not in much of the movie anyway because she was working on another movie at the time. The other movie was probably better. The plot doesn't make much sense, but it is pretty creepy.
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