Half Baked Film That Can't Even Decide It's Own Genre
Final Cut is a 1993 Thriller directed and written by Chris Lechler. It stars Chip Flanagan as Lance, a young man who has recently lost his father. Upset and confused, he leaves home to start work on a documentary of his travels as a hitch hiker. After sleeping next to a dead skunk on the side of the road, he meets a guy named Buck, who's about to start work on a film based on Lance's favorite book, "On The Road" by Jack Kerouac. But things are not always as they seem.....
I really don't know how to put this film into words but it's pretty dull and half of the time it really can't decide where it's going. It's half a "coming of age film", half "city slicker noir", half "horror/slasher movie", and half "snuff film". When you start mildly enjoying one section, it drunkenly swerves into another, which hurts an otherwise moderately entertaining film.
Expect plenty of "tomato juice" blood.
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