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Wow this was bad. A whole lot of nothing - 119 min to be exact, that felt like an eternity with the ridiculously slow pacing. Writer, director, producer, and editor Eric Demeusy makes his first full-length feature film debut, having 6 previous short films on his resume. This should've been his 7th short film, because the 2 hours I had to sit through, was hell. It was cheesy - MIB guys, seriously?, the music and score were ridiculous - annoying and out of place, as was the "I-cant-decide-what-this-film-is-going-to-be-about" writing. Just a variety of up-chuck splattered everywhere. The acting was stale and boring - probably from the lack of direction by Demeusy. The only redeeming quality was the cinematography and some visuals (not the laser beams lol), which is what Demeusy's role has been in the film industry. That's were most of my 4/10 goes towards, and includes cutting a newb filmmaker some slack. Not deserving of anything less, because filmmakers have to start somewhere, right?
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