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This movie was funny for roughy 30 minutes.
Dialogue - ok
Acting - suprisingly lazy and poor
Actors - good , but underperformed
Directing/editing - lazy af
Advice - if you like good movies. This is not it.
Garbage hype. Save your money.
Devil's Due is a underrated 'found footage' horror film. While the market is saturated with these sort of films, DD sets itself apart with a chilling backstory, and very solid acting, particularly the children (kid in grocery store, blond little girl).
If you want a horror film that will get you jolting and keep you in suspense, overall, this is a good film.
*For best effect, watch in the dark, and let yourself delve into the characters Point of View (without pessimism).
Criticisms for the film:
1) Several Cheap Thrills
2) A little bit of common sense (and fight) missing from characters.
3) Not a very satisfying ending.
To be fair though, I've watched many of these 'docu-horror' films, and this was certainly one of the better films. So, let go, and enjoy!
Hacksaw Ridge is hands down the best war drama in quite sometime. Mel Gibson's vision sends you to watch the ridicule and bullying of a young man, who's character doesn't blend with his brothers in arms. His first war is surviving this and a court martial.
Act 2 of the film: The audience is literally thrown into the battle of Okinawa -- Hacksaw Ridge.
By far the most brutal war sequence since Saving Private Ryan.
The acting was fantastic. Vince Vaughn owned his role a Sgt. Howell. Sam Worthington has become such a exceptional actor. Andrew Garfield embodied the man very well. Teresa Palmer was stunning. Rachel Griffiths & Hugo Weaving beautifully worn in their roles.
The only flaws in this film were the 3 stories compacted in one. Usually it works, however all three were compelling, and not enough time in the film to FULLY showcase.
Movie is worth seeing in theaters, truly a hell of a experience.
A beautiful and suspenseful movie about humanity's approach to the unknown.
This movie is not Independence Day, nor is it Close Encounters of the Third Kind. ARRIVAL is a special thought provoking Sci-Fi movie that stand on its own
Perfectly casted and told. I walked away wanting to see it again, and yet satisfied.