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“Well, here’s an absolute travesty of a movie, from start to finish. ‘Suicide Squad’ has so many sins, I considered quitting. This movie is just…bad. And here are its sins,” reads the description.
Harley stealing Juliette Lewis’ jail scene from “Natural Born Killers” and the never-ending cliché of guards eating pizza or Chinese food instead of paying attention to security monitors are among the many “sins” found in the movie. CinemaSins also claims that the David Ayer-directed film stole the graphic style from “Deadpool” in the scene that finds Viola Davis’ character, Amanda Waller, introducing Deadshot.
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- Yoselin Acevedo
Louisa Mellor Jan 9, 2017
The Lying Detective is lurid, horribly entertaining episode of Sherlock packed with style and surprises. Spoilers ahead…
This review contains spoilers.
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4.2 The Lying Detective
What a circus that was; acrobatics, dangerous creatures, clowning, surprise turns, high-wire danger… the lot. By the time the end credits rolled, you were left feeling enjoyably concussed, the sheer ‘whomp’ of it having sent cartoon stars spinning around your head.
Once the ice-pack had been applied and you could see straight again, did the story stand up to prodding? Not all of it perhaps, but in the lurid, implausible realm of Sherlock Holmes, originally filled with putty noses and poison darts, who’s counting? I haven’t been that consistently entertained in front of »
2 items from 2017
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