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As a fan of the Spawn comic book, I was eager to see this film when it was first released. I entered the theater with high hopes but left with total disdain. I could not even enjoy the comic book anymore after having watched this mess of a movie.
This film's plot, story line, script and choppy/sloppy editing creates a visual, incoherent mess for the viewer. The pacing is inconsistent and random, moving at break neck speed one moment, causing the viewer confusion and risk of seizure, then grinds to a stand still for what seems like an eternity while the plot neither advances nor informs it's audience.
Characters seemingly appear from out of nowhere, without explanation or reason for their role in the film. I kept waiting for a flashback or back story, but it never came.
The special effects are dismal at best. The studio went completely overboard with their use of CG and it's obvious that they had hoped to sell the film on the back the FX. But the CG effects do nothing except help contribute to the confusion and randomness of the film as a whole.
The chemistry between the actors is also non-existent and bland.
I rated this film a "1" because every aspect of it was horrible.
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