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Old 06-18-2015, 09:51 PM   #3021
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I thought the Children was pretty decent except for the editing. Cool remake of a forgotten goofy horror movie of the 80s
I thought it was shockingly boring. None of the acting, characters, or dialogue were any good. It all felt like really dull filler designed to provide padding between the segments involving the killer kids, who were also pretty useless other than being "cute moppets."
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Bought the Criterion version of Paris, Texas and didn't like it at all.

Sold it after one viewing.

Not saying it's a bad movie...just didn't do anything for me.
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Old 06-18-2015, 10:34 PM   #3024
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I thought it was shockingly boring. None of the acting, characters, or dialogue were any good. It all felt like really dull filler designed to provide padding between the segments involving the killer kids, who were also pretty useless other than being "cute moppets."
I credit that to the bad direction and editing. Check the 80s version. Fun and goofy if you are into B Horror movies
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Sharknado had nada.
Knew going in that it was cheesy as hell but was still surprised how awful it was.
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