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Although the plot is a bit thin at times and many characters feels underdeveloped, this movie is benefited from having mindblowing action sequences, immensely impressive special effects and many worthwile moments.
Brutal yet emotional, and action-packed yet realistic, Blood Diamond has a bad story and weak pacing, however fine performances from the lead actors, plus epic action and very hearthwarming, emotional scenes made this 2006 movie by Edward Zwick a very entertaining, yet thought-provoking experience.
Another entry in this long-running franchise, Jigsaw is brutal and clever, and it has many clever ideas, solid traps, impressive performances and a surprising plot, this movie's biggest weakness is the unorginality and the directionlessness under the direction of the Sieger Brothers.
Incredibly brutal, merciless and clever, 2004's Saw sees the talented James Wan in his directorial debut of a movie that started out a massive slasher franchise, by delivering blood and gore in almost every shot and the famous Jigsaw Killer with nasty, clever and brilliant traps and an overall surprising, clever story, this movie is wholly memorable, brutal and epic, however, its content may leave viewers dissatisfied and the pacelessness really shows as this movie is tiring at times.
Pennywise is as awesome as ever, the casting is spectacular with absolute jaw-dropping performances from the likes of Bill Hader, Jessica Chastain & Bill Skarsgard among many others & and the humor is top notch and there are some chilly scenes. However, this movie's biggest flaw is the overdue length which contributes to a lot of sleepy scenes and boring moments, and a lack of confined & freaky scares plus some weird CGI choices and a clunky narrative makes this movie in my opinion a lot inferior to the first installment but still watchable enough.