Friday, September 26, 2014

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Runtime: 102 min
Language: English
Subtitles: German
Frame Rate: 23.9 fps
Video Bitrate: 5228 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 384 kbps
Year: 2014
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Horror
Director: Kevin Smith
Stars: Justin Long, Michael Parks, Haley Joel Osment

Size: 815 mb
Files: 3

Review: I followed Kevin Smiths work on Tusk very closely as I listen to his pod-cast. I love his stuff, sure the guy has bad movies but most directors that have been in the business as long as he has have made at least one less-than-stellar film. So naturally I was excited to see what Kevin Smith did with this material. When him and Scott came up with the concept, I remember thinking it had potential to be a great horror-comedy if handled right. Unfortunately, this film was not handled right. There were numerous times where the film could have used another pair of eyes. And good on Kev for making something really independent, but that turns out to be a really bad thing for this in that Kevin must have missed some of the more major flaws in the film. Some of the acting is unbearable. Theres one scene when Guy LaPointe and Michael Parks character have an interchange in a flashback and it was one the most annoying things Ive seen this year and it felt like it went on forever. It felt like another segment of Movie 43. Like it belonged in that movie. It took a great actor and a great performer and made them absolutely repugnant. I had to leave the theater halfway through the scene and return when I heard it was over. And I know you probably think that Im just the one guy who didnt think it was funny, but we had more walk outs in that scene that anything else I sat through this year. The pacing of the film was strange. It went from being incredibly interesting in the first 30 mins to a complete dead stop at Genesis Rodriguezs monologue. Good on the director for telling us what the back story is instead of showing us. The monologue goes on for a good 3-5 minutes and its unbearably slow. Shes a great actor, we get it. But we didnt need that long of a break from the main story.This movie suffers from something that a lot of horror movies suffer from now and I dont think people realize its happening. Justin Longs character was not a great guy. He was kind of a jerk. So when he inevitably gets put in a walrus suit, guess who cared... No one. We were all kinda like...well good. On top of all that, the walrus suit is one of the most laughably bad designs Ive seen in awhile. Props to Kevin for taking the practical route with it but it looked like a cheap Don Post Halloween mask only all over Justin Longs body. Theres a moment near the end where Michael Parks hits Justin Longs walrus face and one of the tusks moves across his face as if it was attached to the suit and not his face. This was the only time I laughed in the film. Not to mention my laugh was the only laugh in the whole theater for the whole movie. I felt compelled to ask other audience members what they thought and as expected, there were tons of Kevin Smith fans in the audience. They all used the word disappointed. We were all sad. Its not just that the movie does things poorly intentionally but that it seems to not notice how horribly it was put together. It needed another edit, some shots needed re-shot, and it needed another draft badly. Im very disappointed and I feel bad for hating this film. I wanted so bad to love it. I feel bad for Kevin. Good for him making the movie he wanted to make, but unfortunately that movie was a 3/10.

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