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A cruel, underhanded stab at our curiosity.
I haven't been this shocked and horrified that a move made it to theaters since 2005's Blood Rayne--and even that had more integrity than this. In fact other than an obviously decent budget for CGI effects, 'D-War' doesn't even meet the standards of most SciFi original monster movies. The characters are flat, unrealistic, and at times just plain ridiculous. The plot is nearly nonsensical.
At first, I thought that ninety minutes was rather short for a movie of its nature, but it turns out that an accumulative thirty minutes of it was completely trivial and could have been cut. Twenty minutes into it I desperately wanted to leave, but sadly I was not the one who drove there (not that I didn't contemplate the hour long walk). I have never been so bored watching beasts devour and/or maim a city full of bystanders, no matter how intense the musical score is trying to make it.
I am embarrassed that I sat through this thing. But if I can convince one innocent soul not to see this movie, perhaps it was all worth it.