fapm has written 5 reviews for films rated ★½ .

  • Open 24 Hours

    Open 24 Hours

    ★½

    I was going to give this two stars, but after the last scene in the end I change my mind.

    After a slow and boring first half, I was expecting that things pick up in the second half. Indeed something start to happen, but it was so generic and predictable that I didn't enjoy this film at all.

  • The Endless

    The Endless

    ★½

    It starts really slow and boring.

    After the sci fi stuff start to happen, I wasn't wowed at all and I couldn't care less about all the characters.

    It's very confusing and very little makes sense, or I am just dumb (EDIT: after some research on the webs, the theory that I am dumb is confirmed. Althouh, the meanings behind each scene and sub plots are not that easy to pick up. Still confusing to the point you will need to read a wiki and sometimes that's not good).

    Almost two hours I'll never get back, this film is just a nonsence waste of time.

  • Satanic

    Satanic

    ★½

    This is a bad movie. There's no surprise in that. But I can't be to harsh on this one, it had a low budged and the filmmakers tried to do something with that.

    Too bad it's a pile of garbage with no story, bad performances and no satisfactory ending.

    Don't watch this mess.

  • Lost Girls

    Lost Girls

    ★½

    Based on a true story, and a very interesting one, this movie fails miserably to tell it. I don't know how this story could be boring, but this movie did it. Partially because the editing is a mess and all over the place.
    I bet that there's a documentary about this murders 1000 times better, just watch that instead. This movie has no point whatsoever.
    Well, the music and soundtrack was enjoyable, I guess.

  • Dark Shadows

    Dark Shadows

    ★½

    It's like a unfunny Mr. Bean became a vampire.
    This is why I don't like Tim Burton films anymore, style over substance.
    Very few things in this film made sence and it's not funny at all.
    It really showed that Johnny Dep couldn't care less.