Bad Boys for Life
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It had me enthralled from the moment it started. The explanations as to the clues and reasons for following them were clear and understandable which made it fun to watch.
Good enough to make people jump in a dark theater.
Edgy it is not. I didn't find the storyline that cohesive and I thought it was filled with plot holes. That said, the actors didn't do a terrible job and using the reporter and cameraman as a narrator and viewpoint worked well until near the end of the movie.
You might think that because the main character in this movie is a child, it is a childrens, let me assure you it is not. It contrasts the concentration camp experience well by showing it to us through a child's eyes who is trying to grasp with the reality of what is happening inside the camp and what the adults tell him is happening. In the end, the experience is laid bare and there is no denying the hell that was the holocaust.
It had a well written story line but not too much excitement. The actresses do a worthy job of keeping it interesting.