Mary Poppins Returns
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Composed of seven or eight other films you've already seen before. And not composed especially well.
Lloyd Dobler and his pals at the Gas 'n Sip would have had a field day mocking a movie like The Factory.
Aiming for a grim tone of genre escapism, The Factory drowns in poor taste and dismal logic, pushing anger and unnerving personal issues on people just looking to be entertained.
Features one of the more intriguing horror villains of the past year
Gripping, but ending was pretty stupid and ruined the whole thing.
Strange ending. Ok movie, but I guess that's what John Cusack does.
So good! Review soon.....
Huge Thriller, Amazing Twist!
Great Film! The plot is basically a variation on Kiss the Girls with a touch of 8mm at the end. These are two excellent movies to plagiarize. The twist, ridiculous as it is, is good and i didn't see it coming. The film is a taut, edge-of-your-seat thriller in the best tradition of these films. I can't remember when John Cusack has been better, and both Jennifer Carpenter and Dallas Roberts are revelations. A truly great film and that plot twist just made the movie so much more enjoyable. Go see it!
Detective Mike Fletcher, a rugged and obsessive police officer, and his partner Kelsey Walker, are on the trail of a serial killer who prowls the streets targeting young streetwalkers. When his teenage daughter disappears, Fletcher discovers that the killer has kidnapped her after mistaking her for a prostitute. Fletcher's obsession goes into overdrive when he drops all professional restraint to get the killer and save his daughter.
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