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Sunday, December 01, 2013
Doctor Carl Maia (Antonio Moreno) is in the Amazon when he discovers a webbed hand. Having never seen such a hand before, and believing the rest of the skeleton is in the rock the hand was sticking out of, he goes in search of someone that can fund him. He goes to David (Richard Carlson) to see of he knows what creature the hand is from, and also to see if he can meet Mark (Richard Denning), who is funding David. Seeing the money he can make right away from such a discovery, Mark agrees and heads to the Amazon along with David, his girlfriend Kay (Julie Adams) and Edwin (Whit Bissell). Finding Maia's camp torn up and his workers killed, they still go looking for the rest of the skeleton. After a few days though, they come up with nothing. Thinking that there may have been more at some point, they go in search for what is know as the Black Lagoon, which I believe is where the river ends. This is where they meet the creature, and the creature seems to have a thing for Kay.
There was a lot of creature and science fiction movies that came out in the 1950's. Most of them aren't really remembered today, at least not in a good way, but Creature From The Black Lagoon managed to rise above the rest and has become well loved by most horror fans. While I thought it some flaws, as any movie does, I can see why people liked it a lot. To get sidetracked a little, I actually got to meet Julie Adams. A guy I have known for a long time asked if I would get her autograph for him when he found out she was going to be at a horror convention I went to a few years ago. She didn't get his name right, but he did get the autograph. She was real nice and seemed very happy about all the people that still wanted to meet her. Okay, back to the movie. Creature From The Black Lagoon was originally filmed for the 3D experience. You can tell this a little but while watching it in 2D, like a bat that comes out of nowhere towards the camera. From what I have heard, the underwater sequences look very good in 3D. The film starts off in sort of a weird way, talking about how the Earth was formed and all of that. I didn't mind this too much since it was kept short. I didn't care for David or Mark all that much. They look a lot of like, so it was easy to get them mixed up at times. More so when their hair is wet. Since there was always the big fight over what to do with the creature, keep it alive or kill it, I started getting real tired of it. There is also a smaller battle for the affection of Kay, which wasn't nearly as bad.
The creature was the real highlight. There was a great design for the suit, which there was two of. One for the above water scenes, and one for the underwater scenes. The creature was played by Ben Chapman and Ricou Browning respectively. Usually the best scenes happen while underwater. Director Jack Arnold did a great job with these scenes I thought. The best being when the creature is swimming underneath Kay, which would have never have happened if I was there. The acting was pretty good. I thought that Nestor Paiva stole the scenes as the boat captain.
I'm glad that I got around to watching Creature From The Black Lagoon. I can see why it has become a classic, even if it doesn't always get the respect as one from fans. I plan on watching the two sequels at some point soon. It will be a little while, but I will get to them. I'm actually surprised it has taken me so long to get around to this film since it is a favorite film for a favorite blog of mine, And Now The Screaming Starts, even if he has been a bit to busy to blog with being a new dad and all. If you aren't into creature features, I don't think that Creature From The Black Lagoon will change your mind about them, but I enjoyed it a lot. It doesn't hurt that it is a somewhat short watch at 79 minutes long.
4 out of 5 Wondering why it was a black lagoon
Friday, November 29, 2013
Three years after the events of the first movie, Shuya Nanahara (Tatsuya Fujiwara) has formed a group called Wild Seven. They have declared war on adults in their country, and have managed to blow up some skyscrapers. The group has since holed up on an island. The government has decided to revamp their BR program in response to what they see as terrorist attacks. A new group of 9th graders have been kidnapped by the government, this is the first group under the new BRII. Instead of fighting each other though, they are being sent to the island where the Wild Seven have holed up. If the group can kill Nanahara, then the game will be over.
Even though a lot of people thought that the first Battle Royale was great, I was a bit more so-so about it. I can clearly see why Battle Royale 2 isn't well liked though. Both films have a bit of a social commentary working in the background for them. The first movie was obvious what the message was, but it wasn't really hitting you over the head with it. Battle Royale 2 does manage to make sure you know what the message was. It comes across as an almost anti-American message, and it seems some feel that it is. From a list of places the United States has bombed, to even saying that they bomb anyone who doesn't agree. It wasn't that hard to see what happened on 9/11 and the resulting war in Afghanistan. Political message aside, it was the rules of the game that bugged me the most. The government isn't all that interested in the new batch of kids being able to succeed in their mission. It was more about discrediting the Wild Seven movement by having them kill kids, something they say they are against. I got all that, but in order to force these new kids into doing what the government wants, they have to wear things bombs around their necks, as you will remember from the first film if you have watched it. What didn't make any sense what so ever was that the neck things were paired up. If your partner dies and you don't, your necklace will make sure you do die as well. Why help your enemy by killing your own people for no real reason?
Directors Kinji and Kenta Fukasaku (after Kinji died, his son came in to replace him) throw in something of a sub-plot with the character Shiori Kitano, played by Ai Maeda. She is coming to terms with her father having died in the first film, he was the teacher in that film. There is a start and end to this sub-plot, but it was never explored much. In fact, the human element of the film was never explored much at all. Sure they got worried and tried to save each other when someone was in trouble, but I would think that is to be expected. That made Battle Royale 2 a little more boring to me. Considering is over 2 hours long, way over 2 hours if you happen to find the directors cut, that is important.
The effects, while good, are a dropped ball as well. Plenty of people get shot up and have the necklace thing explode, which usually results in a big gush of blood, but that is all there was. There is some scenes that could have gotten pretty gory I though, but this never happens. The acting also took a step down I thought. It was great to see Tatsuya Fujiwara and Aki Maeda return from the first film. Maeda has a very short role this time around, while Fujiwara is in it for about half. For a freedom fighter, Fujiwara spends a lot of time sulking around. I wasn't really all that impressed by him this time, but I wonder if it had more to do with the direction/script than his acting. I was expecting Ai Maeda, older sister to Aki, to take more of a lead role than she was given. She made a convincing fighter, I thought so anyway, but didn't talk a whole lot.
Fans of Battle Royale 2 say that the reason there are so many haters for it is because it wasn't enough like the first film. I think they are partly on to something there. I mean, how often are sequels a lot alike the original film? Even so, there is enough to not like even without that I thought. It wasn't just that it wasn't much like the first film, which you may remember I wasn't real big on anyway. I didn't mind the changes to the game so much as just that I thought the rules were very stupid. As for all of you out there, if you haven't watched it yet, but liked the original film, there could be the off chance that you will like this one as well. Personally I thought it could have been better with a shorter running time, maybe, but it isn't my movie.
2 out of 5 A major character just died, please stop fighting now. Thank you!
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Harry (Sean Patrick Flanery) is a pretty normal guy. He lives in an apartment building where he takes care of any problems, but also has a day job working in an office. He isn't very good with the women, as neighbor Cindi (Amanda Noret) can firmly say. One night Harry decides to go to the store, where is he sorta friends with the guy who works there. While returning home, he sees a vampire attacking a bum. After answering questions to the cops, he eventually touches the blood that is still on the ground and gets a vision from the vampire. He decides to track her down since the person she is with is the guy from the store. Tatiana (Charlotte Ayanna), as we learn her name down the road, manages to draw blood from Harry before he gets away. Now that she is on to him, Harry meets Strickland (Michael Biehn) who agrees to help him kill Tatiana, but Harry has...other ideas, which include a cage.
I wasn't really sure what to think of The Insatiable when it was on its way. The plot sounded iffy to me, and it wasn't getting the best reviews on Netflix. Co-writers and directors Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon put together a good little film though. I was a little worried also when the film opens in not a funny way, but in a way that suggests that comedy will be playing a part. In truth, The Insatiable delves into comedy, but it never does so long enough to make the film a full fledged comedy film. The horror is also a little on the light side, but it is there. It takes a while, but in the end this is a bit more of a romantic film. Harry tries to keep Tatiana from killing, while trying not to make it too obvious that he wants her. In the mean while he is still dealing with his co-workers and Cindi. Cindi was an odd one here. She is pretty and seems to like Harry, but says she is just trying to be nice to him. It came across as more than that, but we just see her pretty much when Harry does, so it is hard to say. The plot of Harry trying to make Tatiana something she isn't, human again more or less, was an interesting plot, but at times it does seem to drag along. I wasn't really bored with it, but I thought it was taking to long for it to get to the main plot point. Harry talks with Strickland a lot once he knows of Tatiana, and while he is an interesting character, I just wanted it to get passed this. I'm also not sure how well I liked the way the movie ended, although it didn't come as much of a surprise.
There wasn't a lot for effects, but what is found surprised me some. First there are dead rabbits, which we don't see much of actually. Then there is someone who looks pretty cool because they were drained completely of blood. The one that surprised me most was an arm getting pulled off. I knew something was going to happen, but I sure wasn't expecting that! The acting wasn't all that bad either. Flanery, I knew his name more than his face for some reason, does a good job in the lead role. It was also great to see that Biehn is still doing these types of films. Sometimes I feel he doesn't get enough credit for the films that he is in. I also enjoyed Ayanna in the role of the vampire. She sure made a sexy looking vampire, that is for sure. There was no nudity found, but you can catch her in other films for that if you want to.
Despite the fact that I was starting to lose interest in The Insatiable, I still found it to be a fun film. I will likely watch it again someday, but probably won't get in a big hurry to do so. I didn't find it all that funny, even though I could see where they were trying to do so. I wish that Konzelman and Solomon had turned the focus a bit more towards Harry and Tatiana, as that was more interesting to me. It certainly isn't your normal vampire movie, but it does help The Insatiable stand out a little because of that. If you enjoy vampire films, give it a shot. It may not be the type of vampire film you are looking for, but it can be a fun little film.
3 out of 5 Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Friday, November 22, 2013
The film opens with a woman coming into her home and being murdered. This is when we first meet Allen (Mark S. Sanders), who uses the murder as a way to introduce himself to us. Allen is at a cross-roads in his life. He has loved to murder people ever since he was a teenager. He can't explain the need to do this, he just knows he loves doing it. He works at a bar where he mostly washes the dishes. There at work he comes across as a bit shy and backwards. He is always being picked on by Dave (Josh Davidson) and thinks he is love with the waitress Denise (Daisy Gibb). The feelings he has for Denise aren't being returned and I think he knows this, but tells himself otherwise. Over the next few days we will see which love will rule his life.
7th Day is more of a character study then anything else. Written by Mark Leake and directed by Jason M. Koch, they mange to turn out an interesting little film here. The film isn't your normal style of film, well it is, but it is told from Allen himself. We often hear a voice over of Allen explaining what he is doing and so on. This is done in a sort of interview fashion, but we quickly learn that the interview is being played out in Allen's head. We sometimes see the "person" doing the interview with Allen, though it just adds to the fact that it is being played out in his head. Things are changing for Allen as we watch what happens. His need to kill is growing, and he is also changing what he does with the bodies at times. He mostly hunts women, though he doesn't seem to be against killing a man once in a while as well. I won't get into what he does with the bodies completely, as some of it is a nice surprise and it funny almost in how he just accepts it without much of a problem. Sometimes he does like to make things a slow kill it seems. In this way he has to worry about his neighbors finding out too much, especially Bill, played by Michael Brecher. These are all positive things to me. While the story never gets...exciting, for the lack of a better word that I can think of, but it kept me interested. I start to lose that a bit towards the end though. Considering that it only runs for 75 minutes, that wasn't really a good thing. However, it did pick up again as the last day gets closer. There was also some sound issues that made it a little hard to hear what was being said at times, but it wasn't real bad.
Since Koch has a background in special effects, I was expecting a lot of effects to be found, and there are. I was actually very surprise by them. Considering this is a low budget film, the effects came out very well done. People get stabbed, shot, cut up, body parts cut off, insides pulled out and so on. Some of the effects could have been a little better, but I didn't see much to complain about. I don't know that a gore hound would love it, but they should come close to doing so I would think. The acting wasn't as good, but still done well enough to get by. I liked Mark S. Sanders in the lead role, but I think his character was part of the reason I started to have my attention start to wander towards the end. I found myself wishing that Allen was more like his inner dialogue. There was more charisma there. I get why Daisy Gibb was acting the way she was for her character, but it comes across as one dimensional almost. She isn't in the film a lot, but we mostly see her interacting with Allen which is nothing more than short curt replies and weird looks. I mean I get it, she doesn't like Allen at all, but it got old fairly quick.
The same person that sent me 7th Day also sent me Isle Of The Damned. I'm glad they kept me in mind, even if it has been many years between films! I was told to "tear it apart" if I felt that is what 7th Day deserved. I was also told that I have the other movie a bad review, which I see now isn't completely true. I honestly try not to tear into any film that I watch, though some are deserving I think. I also try to be as honest as I can about a film, because it was sent to me for a review doesn't change that fact for me. 7th Day may not be a great film, but I hardly felt the need to ever tear into it and give it a bad review. It is a flawed film, but still worth a watch. I looking forward to see what else Koch comes up with in the directors chair, and hope he picks films as interesting as this one to bring to life. They are hoping the DVD will be out in February, so be on the look out for it!
3 out of 5 I wonder if my neighbors are like Allen
Saturday, November 09, 2013
Sometime in the future, kids have grown very disrespectful towards adults in Japan to the point where they are now afraid of kids. In order to deal with it, the Government has passed the BR act, known as Battle Royale. A class of 9th graders are taken to a deserted island where they will be forced to kill each other. They have three days to do so, and if they don't kill each other until one is left, they will all die. One such group is about to be put on the island. Will they be able to kill their friends?
Battle Royale is based off a book by Kousun Takami. There was some things about the film, which was directed by Kinji Fukasaku, that was a little confusing to me. Apparently I wasn't alone in that though, and people have said that it is better explained in the book. Most of the confusion is around who hacked what. We see one person doing it, but someone else gets accused of it. Anyway, I was as impressed with Battle Royale as a lot of people seem to be. I kept trying to figure out how this new law was going to improve anything. Kids don't trust adults, which I think speaks true for all kids at some point in their lives, so adults kidnap them and force them to kill each other. How will this make kids trust adults? Wouldn't this just reinforce the idea that adults can't be trusted? The story mostly centers around Shuya Nanahara (Tatsuya Fujiwara) and Noriko Nakagawa (Aki Maeda). I wouldn't call them lovers, but they do care for each other. This was another problem for me, the relationships weren't really defined very well, which could have made the movie much more interesting. There wasn't anyone that was already dating, though there is a story of such in a past Battle. You don't see friend against friend all that often, nor do we really even know who is friends with who. There are some flashbacks that help a little bit, but not nearly enough. There is also two wild cards out there. One is a former winner, and one signed up just to kill apparently. I didn't care for either of these characters since it took some of the kills and focus from other characters.
There are some interesting scenes though. Some of the characters don't want to play the game at all, if you can call it that, so some hole up, some find a more constructive way to deal with their situation, while others choose to take themselves out of it. There are scenes where friends go up against each other, but usually these scenes lose some impact because they are feeling very paranoid by that point. There is also people who have crashes on another, but again, the impact is lost because either someone else takes one of them out, or one person didn't know about the crush. I really thought a lot of good story and tension was lost by not having more of these scenes play out, and in a better way.
The gore factor wasn't real high, but there are plenty of effects to be found. Lots of people getting shot up and some necks getting cut. The effects are pretty good, I wasn't disappointed with any of them. I noticed that it seemed rare anyone ran out of bullets, but I have no real idea how many bullets each gun found in the film could hold. Of course they could have gotten around this by reloading off camera when the story shifted to someone else. The acting was pretty good as well. No one really jumped at me as being great, but I still enjoyed all the different characters.
Battle Royale managed to throw in some not so serious parts as well. I think my favorite scene, although I'm not sure if it was really meant to be funny, was when character gets up to answer a phone after being shot many times. It is done in such a matter of fact way that it came across as sort of funny to me. I wasn't disappointed by Battle Royale, but at the same time, I didn't find it to be as great as so many have made it out to be. If you have followed my blog for any length of time, you know I'm all for kids being killed off in films. I'm surprised it took me as long as it did to get around to watching this film just because of that. I will likely suggest Battle Royale to friends who haven't watched it yet, even though in all truth, it isn't a horror film. Horror fans have still embraced it, and with good reason. Being forced to kill yourself or friends would be a real life horror situation. It is too bad the film didn't go more in that direction.
3 out of 5 Watch out for me my friends!
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Penny (Pell James) and Alex (Johnathon Schaech) are changing their lives. With their first child on the way, they have decided to buy a bigger house outside of the city to raise their new baby. Before the can move in, the baby has decided it is time to enter the world. Now they have to deal with unpacking, a baby who won't sleep when it is supposed to and cries a lot, and a construction crew that is building a house near by. As hours drags into days with little to no sleep, Penny and Alex start to see things, especially a woman. Are they seeing things because they aren't getting much sleep? Is the house they now live in haunted? Or maybe it goes even deeper than that.
After watching Dark Circles, I decided to watch the making of feature that is also on the DVD. The first person that comes on is writer/director Paul Soter. I'm not always very good with names, so his name didn't mean much with me. When I saw him though, I knew who he was right away. If you have watched any of the Broken Lizard films (Super Troopers, Club Dread, Beerfest), then you will see him as one of the actors in those films. It was a nice surprise to see that he has moved to behind the camera. As happy as I was to see this, even though it isn't the first time he has done so, I wish I could say it was a better film. For those that hate a slow paced film, you will probably want to stay away from this one. It moves along pretty slow. On the plus side of that though, we get to know the two main characters fairly well. On the downside of things, I thought that the plot started getting rather repetitive. It was mostly Penny and Alex looking dead on their feet and getting mad at one another. Sometimes it was warranted, sometimes it was over little things. What bugged me was when they were seeing things, they never really talked to each other about it. If they had, they would have discovered that something was up since they were seeing the same thing. Then there was a babysitter who just disappears, although we find out what happens to her. While Penny gets mad about it, they never try to find out what happened to her.
There wasn't a lot when it comes effects. What little there is looks well done, so there is that. The story is more of a mystery. Are they seeing things for real, and if so, who is this person they are seeing? Because of that, there isn't much for effects. We do get a pretty good cut throat scene though. The acting was very good. Pell James and Jonathon Schaech worked very well together and both provide some great performances. If I ever watch Dark Circles again, it will be because of those two.
I was sitting on the fence with Dark Circles through most of it. I really liked the acting, as it was above par, but I couldn't get into the story very much. I was even surprised by this since this is usually the type of story that I'm all over. Given the ending, and how it is somewhat explained, I wouldn't mind watching it again to see how that changes what we do see. I don't think it will change how I feel about it much though, although one never knows. I hate to tell people not to watch Dark Circles since I want it to have a chance. I think the After Dark films get put down by fans a bit too much, so I hate to do it myself. I have to call it like I see it though. As much as I wanted to like this one, I just couldn't get into it much.
2 out of 5 Cry, cry, and cry some more!
Friday, November 01, 2013
Dallas (Tristan Wright), Reese (Kathy Gardiner), and boy/girlfriend Andrew (Chad Guerrero) and Taryn (Andrea Monier) are part of a team that hunt for geocaches. As we are introduced to them, they have just found one that only a couple of other people have found so far. Now they are after another one in order to set a new high score. They set off to find a cache that, so far, has never been recovered. What they don't know is that they are walking into a trap. One set up by some guy (Tony Todd), who takes bets on who will survive. Now the team is being hunted by two guys out to kill them.
It was getting pretty late by the time I decided to watch Are You Scared 2, and I wasn't sure if I could make it through it. Not to say that the film put me to sleep, since I was already on the edge anyway, but it sure didn't help. I didn't dose off for any length of time, but I was catching myself heading that way a couple of times. Outside of the one movie I had already reviewed, I stuck to my game plan of a Netflix DVD, a Netflix instant watch, and something here at home. To be truthful, I almost didn't record Are You Scared 2 when I noticed that it was about to come on. I had it in my Netflix queue, so it wasn't like I had to watch it now. I wasn't all that impressed with the first movie, but being the way I am, I had to watch this one as well!
I don't know much about geocaches. I remember talking to someone about it once and being shown a web site that lists most of them. If you don't know what it is, then allow me to explain it real quick. Geocaching is like a treasure hunt. Someone hides a cache and gives the coordinates so others can use a GPS or their phone to find it. Some are easy to find, some aren't. I have never tried my hand at it, so I could be wrong, but I have never known there to be points awarded for finding any of the caches. There is often an item in the cache, which you can take. If you do though, it is a good idea to replace it with something of equal or greater value. I am assuming that co-writers/directors John Lands and Russell Appling had some idea of what geocaching is when they made Are You Scared 2. They certainly made it seem more exciting than it probably actually is.
The cache that the group is looking for happens to be on a wildlife reserve, so be on the look out for some cool animals. The thing I found silly about Are You Scared 2 was all the supposed cameras that was around this place. We see some that have been set up, but the controller is able to keep track of the group at all times. Well, except at least one time when he manages to lose them in the building they are in. I'm also pretty sure he was using their own camera against them, at least it appeared he could see whatever their camera was seeing. While odd, it wasn't the biggest problem for me. Mostly it was just the way the directors would cut away whenever something was going to happen. A fight between one of the killers and Andrew is about to go down, cut to Taryn and then we find out later who won the fight. When it didn't cut away, the camera would move around so much that it was next to impossible to see what was going on.
The effects in Are You Scared 2 didn't impress me all that much. Sure they can be bloody, like one woman getting her midsection cut on, which is also the only scene where some nudity can be found, but it wasn't gory at all. There is another scene where one of the group has been captured and cut up as well. The effects here look even worse. The acting was just okay. I didn't hate anyone for their acting, but wasn't overly impressed either. Tony Todd was fine but I could see his scenes being done in a day or two at the most. He mostly sits and talks to himself.
Something I found to be funny was how the team thought themselves to be stars on the internet. Taking video of their drives to places and such because their fans can't get enough of them! Right. One thing about Are You Scared 2 is that there is no doubt it has nothing to do with the first movie. I don't believe that this film even mentions it in any way. I have to give Lands and Appling a little bit of credit for taking something like geocaching and finding a way to turn it into a horror film. It is the only horror film that I have watched where geocaching has taken place, so there is that I suppose. Unless you have watched the original film and feel the need to watch Are You Scared 2 because it is a sequel, I wouldn't worry to much about catching it. Unless you happen on it on cable, or it does seem like a good movie to you.
2 out of 5 The largest underground web site doesn't sound so underground
After finding out that her boyfriend (Andrew Howard) is actually married, Shae (Danielle Panabaker) heads to work as a bartender not knowing what to do for sure. A co-worker, Lulu (Nicole LaLiberte), offers to take her out to have a good time. After some drinking and dancing, one of the guy's invites them back to his place. Nothing really happens there, but one of the guys offers to make sure Shae gets home okay, and then attacks her once at her building. At first she goes to Terry, who isn't to happy that she shows up at his home while his wife and kid are home. To get her away, he takes Shae back home where he tries to get her to have sex as well. She then turns to her new friend, Lulu, who has other ways of getting back at men.
If you pay close attention to the start of Girls Against Boys, you will see the reveal of the twist within a few minutes. It starts off with Lulu having a cop with her, whom she handcuffs and takes his gun. I wasn't sure if there was a reveal in this opening scene, but once it gets back to what happens here, it becomes more obvious. I'm guessing that it was done this way because if you didn't catch the twist right away, the rest of the story doesn't add up at all. This can be seen by people who didn't catch it talking about the film. Even knowing the twist though, it doesn't answer all the questions that I had about the film. Since this is a revenge story, it is safe to say that men die. If you don't see the twist, then you have to wonder why Shae is taking to killing so quickly, why Shae and Lulu leave so much evidence, and what happens to the police. The last one can be explained fairly easy I think. Since events take place over a couple of days, at most I think, they it is safe to say that the police may not know about the murders right away. If you do know of the twist then you have to question the murders in a different way. Writer/director Austin Chick does a pretty good job keeping one guessing as to what is really going on. It makes the film more interesting that way.
The effects are very good. There isn't a lot of gore and blood, but I think what is found will make the gore hound in some people happy. There are a few gun shot wounds, cutting off feet and a very bloody effect towards the end of the film. All well done, even though the missing feet would have had a lot more blood than was shown. The acting was also very good. Both Panabaker and LaLiberte are very good in their roles. In a way I was expecting more nudity than was shown. The attack on Panabaker's character is barely shown, and what we do see is very blurry since Chick chooses to focus the camera on something else. Panabaker doesn't show but LaLiberte gives a full body nude scene.
I was on the fence with Girls Against Boys while watching it, and I still feel that way now. I didn't hate it at all, but I didn't really like it either. It was structured a little weird I thought. A somewhat slow start that doesn't reveal much about Shae, other than that she is dating someone who isn't as single as she apparently thought. A somewhat exciting and gory middle, which was kind of fun to watch just to see how far Lulu will go. Then it slows down again for the final act and doesn't end on much of a bang. I would like to watch Girls Against Boys again sometime just to see if I can figure some things out on the second viewing. I'm not going to get into a big hurry to do that though. If Girls Against Boys is your cup of tea, then by all means give it a watch. If it isn't, I don't think you will be missing out on much.
3 out of 5 I don't think I could take revenge this far