Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It's a bad movie, the kind that presents itself with countless opportunities to create suspense or dread and wastes them.
The camera work, performance, and creepy setting actually piece together a decent thriller that makes your hair stand on end.
SX_TAPE? More Like SUX_Tape. Amirite? High Five!
It is difficult to become fully absorbed in goings-on when the characters keep having to deal with plummeting IQs.
Do you like your horrid "found footage" ripoffs riddled with amateur pornography? If so, SX_Tape is just the movie you've been looking for!
Its creepy setting, lighting and sound designs deliver some scares, but there's not enough in terms of surprises or cleverness.
There's no reason or logic in this found-footage yawner, and nothing rises to the level of even adolescent notions of sexy-scary.
Steeped in the gritty, grimy minutiae of urban decay and chillingly well-defined supernatural components that made [Rose's] breakout hit Candyman an enduring cult favourite.
Even though the film ultimately gives viewers two different stories merged into one (not unlike the inchoate forms in Jill's paintings), it still somehow just feels repetitive and uneconomic.
Visually and sonically impressive but ultimately wearying and repetitive "found footage" film that is elevated by its sheer weirdness and surreal imagery, though the performances are merely competent and the final moments are utterly ridiculous.
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