Bad Boys for Life
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A lot of reviews (and the movie poster) are a bit of a spoiler. Part of the thrill is not knowing what to be scared of! Great thriller, simple in design and had me twisted with suspense.
This is an incoherent mishmash of aggressive characters, ambiguous violence, a dull, unstructured plot and over the top direction. The overuse of iconic props isn't enough distraction to hide the flaws. Another embarrassing Australian flop that's an insult to the intelligence the Australian film industry, its talented actors and Australia as a whole!
Terrible dialogue, boring story, over dramatic and lazy direction and a stupid ending contribute to a film that is almost laughable.
No-one really has much to say in this slow-talking, stilted film. It's like the writers couldn't be bothered writing more dialogue, or the characters are so boring that that's all they got. The music is the best part, but then that gets tiring after a while. Funnily enough, before the musicians start a live performance they choose to talk. It's like, just play the f#%@* song! The two leads are unbelievable as father and daughter and the acting from every character comes across as forced (probably because of the lack of dialogue the actors have to work with).
Holidays can be about relaxing and not doing too much. This passiveness from the main characters makes for mostly uninteresting viewing. Nothing much happens at all, the characters are unlikeable and the had-held cinematography is distractingly dizzy.