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After watching The Purge it wasn't long before I wanted to see another horror film. This time it was this one, Curse of Chucky. I bought it at Walmart for a good deal. I saw the unrated version in Blu-Ray. I actually thought it was a decent movie. It's not the best by far, but it did have some quality scares to it.
The acting was pretty good, the direction was great, the story was okay and everything was right for this movie. The only thing I wasn't a big fan of was the endings' scare. I'm very excited that I can now do both. Buy movies and review them. Overall Curse Of Chucky was good.
This film stars: Ryan Phillippe, Salma Hayek, Neve Campbell and Mike Myers. It's a very slow film at it's best. It doesn't really speed up until about fifteen minutes in. The acting was okay and the storyline could've been way better.
The only thing keeping it on it's toes is the both the direction and the acting. I could follow the story at least it had that going for it. It's really an awful picture if you look at it from an audience point of view. From a movie critic point of view just okay. The style was lacking a bit and the look of the film seemed like the color blue. I think this is a movie to skip for moviegoers. I wish I could've been to some screenings for this movie to warn moviegoers ahead of time.
Here's the thing, we've been here before. There was no need for a third purge film. This is where it should stop. I hope we're not going for another saw franchise here. Anytime a third film is made it automatically fails in my opinion within the horror genre. The second film was the best. The first film was good to introduce the storyline.
I don't know why Netflix gave this movie a bad rating. This horror film brings us back to the classic horror days of the 1980s. It's filled with great acting, amazing special effects, and the direction is perfect. I don't see why anyone would not want to see this movie. It's terrific. The ending is decent. It's also shot in the style of the Hunger Games movies. It's cinematography is also brilliant. It deserves at least a first watch by moviegoers.
(One of Taratino's best films)
Full of action and car chases. Death Proof provides a great storyline, effects and crazy acting, including Mary Elizabeth Winstead. I reccommend this film to film goers who wants a thriller film with a serial killer who drives a car and uses his vehicle as a weapon then this is the film for you. All movie goers in general should find this film somewhat entertaining. The acting is okay, but it's by far not the best compared to other films, I have seen a lot worse though.