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It's okay. The biggest thing holding this one back is the wooden voice acting. The creature animation is good but the characters look strange. The story isn't all that engaging. The comedy works but it fails to deliver anything more than mild amusement. It's a decent time-waster but not anything you need to go out of your way to see.
Recommendation: Proceed with Caution
Fried Barry homages other films to the point that it pulls you out of the film. It borrows from 80s alien films like E.T. and Starman. However, those films had heart while Fried Barry is a mash-up of vignettes with very little to tie it all together. There is almost no story here.
I will say that there were a few funny moments and Gary Green is incredible. His performance is almost entirely physical and he is able to morph…
I've never seen anyone enjoy this movie as much as my mum. She laughed from start to finish and I think she wants to trade me in for Glen. For me, this movie is still a miss. There are a few jokes I like but most of the humor is lame. That said, I still love Chucky and Tiffany, and Glen/Glenda is pretty cute.
Recommendation: Proceed with caution. If you are looking for wacky Chucky shenanigans and some raunchy humor, this might work for you but don't expect much horror.
Very disturbing and difficult to watch. Sort of a study in domestic violence and abusive, controlling relationships. It's filmed beautifully, the acting is great and it's well-paced. In fact, it feels almost too real at times and makes you feel dirty for watching it.
This isn't the kind of film you watch to enjoy and I doubt it's one I'll ever rewatch, but I'm sure Hounds of Love will stick with me for some time.
Recommendation: Rent it. Be sure to follow it up with some cute cat videos.