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Starts well, promises much, goes wrong towards the end
After seeing the trailer for this on Netflix I thought it looked interesting. It started very well, building tension and developing the story. Val Kilmer is fine (though a little hammy) in his role as a creepy janitor, although much of his dialogue appeared to have been (badly) dubbed from an early point in the film. I won't spoil it with details, but suffice to say that the last half an hour doesn't make a lot of sense, is a bit cliched, has some dialogue obviously overdubbed with different dialogue (maybe they decided the film wasn't worth the effort of re-shooting the scenes?) and doesn't satisfy with the ending, which had me scratching my head a bit, wondering how it explained some of the earlier scenes. So a mixed bag; Some good scenes early on, a decent cast, nicely shot, just don't expect to feel it was really worthwhile at the end of it.
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