The two teenage girls I was with love this film. It is more than enough for one whose range of experience with movies is less jaded and more exuberant. For this viewer, it's an average trip, less remarkable than pleasant.
The dread / fascination with and of Krige feels more like a weekend spent with a widowed aunt who just can't wait to tell you her recipe for fruitcake.
Alright, let’s cut the crap.
"...Yan and Hodson strike a nice balance between feminine wile and Deadpool comic brutality. The film might seem derivative, were it not for Robbie's complete absorption into the humor and brutal comic lunacy of Gotham without Batman looming. "
There isn't enough here to qualify for halfway satisfying. If they had pushed a little harder to complete the circle, maybe. Not this. This is an incomplete scare handed off into thin air.
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Bong is one of the best directors of his time, as evidenced by this year's Parasite. His form is exceptional here, as he is able to strike every resonant chord of truth and still keep enough of a mystery for the viewer to hope.
This is an excellent film to watch unless you have cabin fever. Even if you do, it might help clear the air of the pretense of civility.
"If one knows and enjoys Guy Ritchie, this movie will not disappoint. It may not break any new ground, but it still feels fresh."
It's a training wheels ghost story. The house may deserve better, but we will need to suffice with Dame on a vacation.