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The best way to describe the movie is: redundant. Not a single frame of it is original. Everything has been done before and better. The group of victims, their dynamic, the setting, the monsters, the killings. Everything is just a rehash of a cliché of a stereotype.
As far as horror films go, this is one of the lamest. The group of people is amongst the dullest, least developed bunch of morons without chemistry ever. The plot is something you and your friends come up with in 5 alcohol infested minutes when joking about bad horror plots. The setting is more like "Let's get paid to go to a Paradise Island!" The killings all follow the horror formula and are less gory than I've come to expect.
All in all, this was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It wasn't as bad as classic early Boll, but that just made it worse. "The Tribe" is bad in a totally unfunny and unentertaining way, it's just plain and simple a waste of lifetime.
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