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Now normally I review a movie with the idea that I liked it, or didn't like it, and I give my reasons why this is so.
This is a whole new category for me - a movie that will make you sick. The final music track right at the end sings, "We'll make you go insane!" Yup. That's right. That's the idea.
I feel incredibly sorry for anyone who is stuck in a cinema and has this happen to them. Dreadful sound that veers constantly between near unintelligeble dialogue and BAM! CRASH! WALLOP!!! at screaming pitch; relentless crash-flashing-unintelligeable shot shifts that never cease, I just have no words.
Yes, I do. AVOID. This is not a movie, it's ... barbed wire to the eyeballs, hot neeedles in the ears and probably MK Ultra hidden messages cut in between.
Doesn't deserve to be called "a movie."
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