This movie was excruciatingly boring. Watching paint dry on a wall was more entertaining. Also I've watched the movie is less than 25 minutes. I skipped and skipped like a racehorse.
Seriously folks just read the following and try to think critically for a moment:
There are amazing movie scripts out there, amazingly talented individuals who would do anything to make a movie with passion and dedication.. How on earth does Netflix fund and green light these kind of movies?
This is making me seriously consider changing from streaming service.. I've seen a couple more of these kind of projects and it's offensive, do they think we're stupid?
Seriously, I beg not see these kind of boring, low budget, meaningless movies... If that is their objective, then please make a map with a name 'budget friendly movies', that's the stuff I'll be avoiding at all times. Those who love that kind of stuff, can have it...
I guess it's now a battle of having more instead having better movies... Quantity above quality.