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Partial to horror films and anything on the transgressive side, Tony is
also a fan of everything from popcorn action flicks to earnest European drama. And maybe, just maybe, the occasional rom com.
“You’re watching a man fall apart, but jeez, what a doofus.”
“She’s such a formidable artist.”
This second instalment leans even further into the silliness.
A lot of people die, and you may chuckle a bit along the way.
It’s downright weird.
James Wan throws everything at the wall.
Engrossing, thought-provoking, and well worth your time.
This isn’t arthouse fare. It’s a broad crowd-pleaser.
The music swells, the actors emote, but you won’t feel a thing.
The problems start from scene one, writes Tony Stamp.
An attempt to marry a crime thriller with an ensemble comedy, it succeeds mainly due to a pleasantly convoluted script by Mark Perez.
While the parallels Del Toro is drawing will be too clunky for some, the film’s huge heart and good intentions are always on display.
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