The Tumbler (2010)
Critic Reviews for The Tumbler
The Tumbler will divert genre fans who don't mind the absence of gloss.
Promising as it sounds, in practice The Tumbler is a mess. The characters are strictly stock types -- none of them especially sympathetic -- and the story soon becomes so convoluted that it's easy to get lost in the swirl of explanations and flashbacks.
There's a lot of invention here that doesn't get a chance to come alive. Fast moving, short and full of ideas, The Tumbler has the kind of nervy, larger than life quality of the best of '50s B cinema.
This ultra low-budget Australian film, made by Marc Gracie (director of You and Your Stupid Mate), is saddled with quite a number of major credibility problems, both in terms of plot and character.
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