His Dark Materials
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The acting was wooden and the plot was utter nonsense. There was nothing funny or campy or even scary about this movie. It bored me by the second half and couldn't hold my attention, despite ample gore aiming to titillate (although some of it might have worked better if watched in 3D). I knew going in that it was an exploitation film, but it still is largely offensive to women, the mentally ill, and, of course, nurses. Thank God that in real life, nurses don't have to wear such ridiculous outfits and shoes. Teenaged boys might like all the breasts so it gets half a star.
I was riveted to this movie when I didn't even plan to watch it. The editing, music, and filtered shots add art and drama to a story that could be told in 20 minutes with very little dialogue. But none of that was filler. Those devices brought life and emotion to an experience that most of us wouldn't otherwise be able to understand.
It was beautiful and bleak and well acted. It would've been a five star movie if if didn't take a weird side trip into slasher horror film.
It was cheesy and sometimes fun. But mostly it was too unbelievable while also predictable. In short: lame.
It isn't the worst movie I've ever seen. But it's definitely the worst Robin Hood movie I've ever seen.