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I don't know who writes wretched, unforgivably bad scripts for films like this, but I seriously think their jobs need to be taken away from them. This movie was just incredibly annoying. Virtually nothing happens, and the little bit that does happen, it just leaves you puzzled, because nothing makes sense, despite explanations trying to be made. Yeah! Get ready for another one of those pictures, if you think you're ready. The Nursery is a joke of a scary movie here. I find it funny that the movie is called The Nursery, when 99 percent of the movie takes place outside of the nursery itself. I noticed the baby's name is not in the credits, which tells me they didn't even use a REAL baby for the movie, so we'll just use a doll instead, and we will never give you a close up of the baby's face, so you won't tell the difference. Don't you just love low budget films. Actually, I do. I just don't particularly care for this one. If you had, I don't know, had a solid story, with solid explanations, maybe this would have been good. There is no explanation, for example, for the climax, you're left pondering for yourself not only what just happened, but how it happened, and why it happened. The final scene made me want to put a fist through the screen. That's it!? Really!? What an ending! It's not bad enough you don't explain what I've just watched, you have no ending for the movie, either? SPOILER! The parents never come home. So, the story goes like this: A young girl agrees to babysit for an infant, while the mom and dad go out for a night of themselves, as an anniversary gift for themselves. Unfortunately, it was also the anniversary of a bad event that happened in the house, and weird stuff starts happening. Repetitive stuff starts happening. So the viewer is left to their own devices, once this is all over, on what they watched, because very little is offered in the story telling department all around here! Guys! I watched this for two reasons. One, I was intrigued by the cover. Two, its a film by UnCorke'd! I like UnCorke'd, they have some pretty decent, underrated titles. But this? NO! Bad acting, bad story, bad ending, that all equals a BAD movie, and although I was entertained, its not enough to dig this out of the thresholds of hell of a rating I'm giving it. 3 out of 10 stars! And, hey, next time you get two directors for a movie, make sure at least ONE of them can direct!
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