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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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The overexageration of social groups in high school create events that are predictable. Outside of that, the story of Napoleon at home is very flawed and not very funny. Despite these problems, the movie offers edgy comedy and moments so ridiculous, you have no choice but to laugh out loud.
This movie is worth watching honestly. It's so terrible that you have to see it to believe. The only thing I enjoyed was Tyler Posey.
I previously watched The Belko Experiment. A movie that shows that in the end, people are out for themseleves. The Mist somewhat portrays that same idea. It's a little more polished up in the sense that people are not just out for themselves, but humans will always blame someone for what is happening. People will go just as far to justify their actions by saying what they do is what 'God' wants them to do. The idea is very confusing, so I recommend watching the film yourself to witness what I mean. The idea is something I love, but I love the creatures too, the Behemoth being my personal favorite. I also take interest in the ending. It is satisfying having a conclusive end to the family's story, but upsetting not having the official answer of what the actual f#!% is going on.
Wow. This movie is an interesting concept to me. The end result however, is very predictable. Everyone dies, the end! I felt that the 'protagonist' represented a side that not everyone in the audience would be on. With that said, I feel that the movie shouldn't of picked one dude for us focus on because by the end, we all knew he was the one who would win the battle-royale style experiment.
This movie has an interesting story and uses jump scares less than I had expected. However, with only a few jump scares and a couple of suspenseful moments, it isn't all that scary. My other problem with this movie is how they literally spoon feed you clues about the story. They leave no room for you for you to connect the dots for yourself.