The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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By the time "The Final Wish" gets to the much more effective suspense sequences - and the enjoyably perverse twists - it's too little and too late.
Wish is strangely contemplative in its attempt to shine an eerie light on the mysteries of death and estrangement. Woodward's gory gem is more of the psychological horror variety as it adequately taps into the realm of a messy mindset gone haywire.
Focused primarily on psychological horror but also dealing out a fair number of shocks and scares, The Final Wish is a well crafted film that's likely to appeal to a broad range of genre fans.
If you're looking for a spooky little flick that forges some new ground against a backdrop of familiar terror tropes, The Final Wish will grant you that.
The Final Wish is an easy watch, fun and simple. It's perfect for that night when you just want to sit back, relax and enjoy.
There's still a lot to The Final Wish that I really appreciated and enjoyed, and it would make for a killer double feature with Wish Upon.
THE FINAL WISH is yet another example of taking a low budget and bringing a fresh new take on a familiar storyline. It offers a well written script and a cast worth investing in.
It's nothing fancy, but it does the premise far better than most of its predecessors.
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