No. I tried to watch this thrice, fell asleep every single time. Go ahead, call this a masterpiece, I don't care. I found this experience so insufferable and inherently meaningless, 167 movies this year and this is the first one I won't finish. It's a waste of time to me. So I won't even go deeper into it and end this review right here.
This felt like an episode of a TV show I've never watched an episode of. Literally zero emotional connection to any of the characters here. One of those shows where you ask yourself who the hell watches this and how is it not a giant financial failure? Robert Pattinson is hilarious, though, omg hahaha
"Masterpiece, masterpiece!" - This word gets thrown around way too quickly these days. This is not a horror masterpiece but a confused mess and I have no problem standing alone with this opinion. Let me explain myself.
The fundamental problem here is that the film wants to be a thriller, comedy and horror at the same time but ends up being just a weird blend of it all that did not work for me. It was not funny enough to…
I just got home from the cinema, opened my laptop, still got my jacket on. This is my instant reaction to this movie. I feel like I need to get this off my chest…
The first few minutes after a movie has finished, when people walk down the cinema stairs, the credits roll and you reflect on what you just experienced, have always been special to me. Usually I’m the last person to leave the room, I like to catch…