Well, I must say that I found this 2017 movie's cover to be interesting enough to actually make me pick up the movie and then sit down to watch it. Sure, I hadn't even heard about the movie prior to now in 2021 as I sat down to watch it.
But hey, a horror / thriller that I hadn't already seen, could be fun to watch.
Could be. But it wasn't. Oh dear, oh dear, this movie was just atrocious. Just what was writer Chris W. Freeman thinking here, when he wrote the script for this movie? Maybe the story worked out nice enough on paper, but in transition to the screen it just lost all its sparkle and was downright boring and cringeworthy to watch.
The acting in the movie was every bit as rigid and wooden as the dialogue. It was literally painstaking to sit and listen to the actors and actresses stumble through this dialogue that seemed like it was written by a preschooler. And needless to say that with insufficient writing and dialogue, then the characters were just pointless and felt like mannequins milling about.
For a horror / thriller then "Mirror Image" (aka "Dark Image") was just a swing and a miss. Some of us suffered through something like this, so others don't have to. Take heed and give this movie a wide berth.
My rating of this 2017 movie from directors Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones land on a very generous two out of ten stars.
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