The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A lifeless demonic possession drama.
A bland entry into the 'exorcism' subgenre that stays in the safe zone and never tries hard to impress. This is just lazy filmmaking. [Full review in Spanish].
Such potential, but it's neither scary nor interesting. [Full Review in Spanish]
This is a pretty vacant English film that wants to be a horror film... [Full review in Spanish]
A horror film that doesn't finish exploring its possibilities and doesn't even end up being interesting. [Full Review in Spanish]
The Crucifixion is an original film that constructs suspense bit by bit without exaggerating for the sake of jump scares. [Full Review in Spanish]
Undoubtedly the direction in The Crucifixion is a weak point. [Full Review in Spanish]
...not good. [Full Review in Spanish]
... limited to the easy scare generated by the shrill sound... [Full review in Spanish]
Gens repeatedly commits the ultimate horror-film crime, supplanting genuine fear and dread with cheap and loud jump scares.
... when it has to get to the heart of the matter, the protagonist's exorcism, the director blows it off in a couple of minutes. [Full review in Spanish]
Abject Christian propaganda. [Full Review in Spanish]
If I'm being quite honest, The Crucifixion is actually shot quite well. But there is absolutely nothing going on here you haven't seen done before, and unless you're on some sort of quest to watch every possession/exorcism film there is, I'd say you may as well skip The Crucifixion, 'cause you've essentially already watched it.
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