Toy Story 4
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If you don't like this film, I'm worried about you.
If there was ever a film on how not to make a horror film, it is this one. Scene after cobbled together gruesome scene with no story, things that are supposed to scare but are little more than laughable, the weakest of emotional connection, the list is endless. Well, not endless. Just as many scenes and ideas as there are in here that you shouldn't do, and the end is as expected as they come. Scares that are not scares, gore that serves no purpose... It is so laughably overwrought with self important heaviness that it becomes... a complete piece of junk. The critics that give it good marks are marks. One born every minute. One of the worst films I have ever seen.
One of the worst films I have ever seen. The film is an insult to anyone with any intelligence at all. There is no logic to the events. Here we are in the Pacific northwest and the power goes out. The first time it rains after the power goes out, the house leaks like a sieve (where it does little else but rain). After 18 months, not 85 years, the house begins to fall in on itself, and the sisters, who lost their dad to a chainsaw accident early on (the most ludicrously opportunistic way of killing someone off for the sake of furthering a plot that continues to make no logical sense I have ever seen [soon as you take your hand off a chainsaw it stops]), decide to burn it down, leave, and go live in the forest. A house that falls apart in less than two years? A guy who happens to cut his femoral artery with a chainsaw? Oh yeah, 18 months pass and in the entire film everything stays the same green. There is no sign of winter, no sign of any season change at all. In fact, in almost every time segment they are in the woods and it stays in exactly the same state. This is just the beginning of things that assault the viewer with an insulting lack of narrative logic. Do yourself a favor. Watch reruns of Maude or something.