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Night Club is a huge thumbs down. the cinematography is horrible and the directing is less than adequate. It does nothing to appeal to the audience and the emotions of the characters almost never change. Nightclub does nothing cinematically to appeal to your eye. The shot selection never changes through scenes and the setting is poorly decorated. They may have one or two decorations in the scene to show you what the setting is. the movie comes off very bland because there is no background music. Night Club becomes a bore to watch because it is like a broken record. No matter what the situation, whether it be positive or negative, the characters always respond with the same emotions. It does nothing to grab your attention.
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