Net idols that have been celebrated in the past. Have launched their own brand cosmetics. And have gathered the most popular net idol today to be the adverts. To display a dazzling review ...
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Net idols that have been celebrated in the past. Have launched their own brand cosmetics. And have gathered the most popular net idol today to be the adverts. To display a dazzling review of their cosmetics. But then the horror story. When the presenter, but everyone and everyone related to cosmetics. Can not find the cause And everyone is killed through the horrific Live video channel, so she has to go out and find the answer. Along with the terrible face This horror movie. It will be told through social media we touch and use every day. It is an important factor in the life that is indispensable. But it is going to die. And the breath of the people who use it. To share the death of the dead The body of a beautiful person .. not as beautiful as you think !.
Right, well first of all the title of movie makes absolutely no sense. What does "Net I Die" mean?
Secondly, the movie was so mundane and monotone that it was sort of a struggle to get through. And it didn't really help much that the storyline was prolonged and dragged out, with very little of any noteworthy interest happening. And for a horror movie, then "Net I Die" was abysmally devoid of anything even remotely scary. Well, maybe it is scary to a Thai person, but for a seasoned horror veteran as myself, this was a mere stroll in the park.
Well, the storyline is what really hindered this movie in being interesting. It just felt like director Weeratham Preedee was making things up as the movie was being shot. Lots of pointlessness going on here, I kid you not.
The acting in the movie was actually good enough, but the performers just struggled at an uphill battle with a lousy script and storyline, and the movie definitely suffered from that aspect.
And for a Thai horror movie with ghosts, then "Net I Die" was not even close to being interesting. There are far better and more scary Thai horror movies readily available.
My rating for "Net I Die" is a mere three out of ten stars. I managed to sit through the entire movie, but I can't claim that I was particularly entertained or enjoying the movie. This is definitely not a movie that I will be returning to watch a second time.
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