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Newlyweds Holly and Trevor Davidson are on a road trip to celebrate their honeymoon in Miami when their new life together takes a surreal turn. A whimsical pit stop in a tourist trap goes horribly wrong and they find themselves forced to face an ominous new presence in their lives and an ambiguous threat. But is that threat coming from Trevor's family, Holly's dark past, or something far more sinister and otherworldly, such as the ancient curse of the Copiii Pierdere?Written by
CURSED is yet another derivative found footage movie, made cheaply enough and poorly enough written for the supposed scares to be barely distinguishable. This one's a familiar tale about a pregnant woman who may or may not be carrying the devil's child, but no viewer is going to care about what happens because this is a story that plays out in the most ordinary way imaginable.
Half of the film involves a bickering couple driving around together, while the other half involves sub-plots that go nowhere, like the communication with the girl via the Internet. The acting is barely acceptable as well, with supporting players like the actress playing the fortune teller giving slightly cheesy performances. But it's the overdone theatrics and the almost entire lack of genuine creepiness or indeed horror that helps to sink this one entirely.
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