Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Too routine to stir up much energy or portent about the present-day impact of the mysterious disappearance in 1755 Princeton, Mass.
A standard setup that unfolds with lukewarm results.
Um terror convencional que, apesar dos esforços de Delpy, fracassa graças ao roteiro bobo e à direção óbvia de Stimpson.
This part true, part ghost story is a weak drama that tried to be a thriller but didn't make it out of the gate.
Although the Legend of Lucy Keyes is an interesting tale, it's probably better told around a camp fire instead of on film. ;)
Extremely lame. Really expected more from Julie Delpy. I guess it's okay to watch once on tv, but sure wouldn't watch it again.
I thought this movie was pretty boring, bland, bad. There was nothing to make it stand out among the endless packs of movies that are exactly like this one. I like Julie Delpy as an actress though so this movie gets two stars mostly cause of her.
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