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If I Stay review

Posted : 6 years, 6 months ago on 23 August 2014 01:22 (A review of If I Stay)

Mia (Chloรฉ Grace-Moretz) is put into a coma after a car crash and has an out-of-body experience, she must make a difficult decision. The Premise Sounds interesting on paper, "Ghost" for tweens, but the execution is surprisingly boring. The movie focuses more on the romance between Mia and her boyfriend, Adam (Jamie Blackley) than the out of body aspect, making it feel wasted as a result. Some of the characters are written unrealistically, like The Doctors who refuse to let Mia's friends visit her room for no good reason other than they're not her family. Chloรฉ Grace-Moretz and the rest of the cast are good too, but If I Stay is a slow and sometimes boring romance that is for tween girls only, anyone else need not apply.

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Foodfight! review

Posted : 6 years, 6 months ago on 21 August 2014 12:52 (A review of Foodfight!)

Almost everyone on The internet has reviewed or pointed out how bad this movie is, but honestly none of the reviews do it justice. No matter how bad you think or say it is, it's much much worse.

Foodfight is infamous for it's troubled production, it was originally supposed to be released in 2003, but the footage was stolen in what writer/director Larry Kasanoff called "an act of corporate espionage", and for 10 years, the movie floated in pre-production hell as Kasonoff's production company, Threshold Entertainment foight just to get it released. Finally, after Kasanoff auctioned the movie off for $5 million in 2007, Foodfight was released on DVD on May 7, 2013 with a budget of $65 million. But quite frankly, they would have been better of just scrapping the project and moving on.

The animation is hideous, the characters are bland and unlikable, the world in the movie makes no sense, the humour is either too inappropriate for kids or too stupid for adults, and the movie as a whole is surprisingly mean-spirited.

In conclusion, Foodfight is a poorly made, and mean spirited peace of drek that no one should ever have the misfortune of watching. Avoid it like the plague.


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