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As a fan of the series I was a little disappointed with this one. To me it just didn't live up to many of the promises made, one of which being to give more clues about the origin of the creeper. The film had it's moments and there were some really great scenes but overall as a movie it felt a little cobbled together; more like a bunch of separate scenes spliced into a feature length film.
The CGI in some places is really tacky too which gives off strong "B movie" vibes. This is unfortunate because the original 2001 title does not at all and it was made on a slim, by Hollywood standards, $10 million budget.
What the film did reveal about the creeper is very strange indeed. One has to wonder whether the creature is actually a self manifestation of Victor Salvas' mind because of his criminal past. Despite the creeper being a super powerful demon, it's cursed by its past (only awakening to a mortal coil for 23 days every 23 years). The part that led me to this hypothesis mainly was the creature seems to be afraid of the those who know its past as that is the only way to kill it according to the characters. In of the final moments in the film the creeper decides to stop pursuing it's victims upon finding out they "know what it really is". A surprising Achilles heel.
Jeepers Creepers 3 has some great scenes that are on point with the first two movies. But as a movie I think your judgements will be left in the middle as mine are.
I thought after.life was going to be rubbish after watching the first few scenes. However it quickly develops into a rollercoaster of a physiological horror that has a great original plot, a rarity in movies these days. It's difficult to make an in-depth review of the title without the risk of giving anything away, as what makes it a good movie is learning the intricacies of funeral parlour owner Eliot Deacon's "gift". It's best that you know as little as possible about how the plot develops before watching it.
The film really does keep you guessing, and it's easy to see why such high calibre actors got involved with the project considering it's meagre budget; well at least by Hollywood standards anyway. Overall the film has good production values and it gets better and better right until the very last second, unlike many horror's which fizzle out like a cheap firework.
Can't recomend this anymore.
Utter, utter garbage. You will find porn movies with better plots than this. I would rather drink a cold glass of slightly watered down tomato sauce than endure the complete vehement abomination that is Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort.
The "rednecks" look like they have turned into aged brown leather since the first instalments of the series too, which ultimately sums up what these mediocre horror flicks have descended into... And for the actors who starred in this it's one step forward and two steps back up the slippy Hollywood slope.
All round enjoyable 90's action thriller starring the legendary Kurt Russell. The chase scene at the end is epic and one of the best i've seen. Certainly worth checking out.
A movie about male bonding that lacks any excitement in the adventure. One may find themselves "walking out" upon realising this.
Wind River is set in the cold wildness of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. FBI detective Cory Lambert is sent from her post in Las Vegas there to investigate the rape and murder of an 18 year old girl found 5 miles inside the reservation.
My opinion of this film is very average, while it was very well made and acted out it made no sense whatsoever where it mattered; as a crime mystery. Judging by most peoples reviews on the internet they seem to have completely missed that point.
To highlight this for people who have seen it. The part where the detectives go to the camp where the gang of rapists committed their crime; were they already so convinced they would get caught that all hell needed to break out in a gun fight? No. This was supposed to be the climax of the film and it just made no sense at all, no being sly or devious just shooting and killing characters rather than actually making an exciting ending based on the unfolding "mystery". Such a waste, or could it be because there never really was that much to reveal?
Offers very little in the way of mystery, simply a bog standard crime drama that most reviewers gobbled up like dogs to a plate of hot chips because Jeremy Renner stars in it.
Do people really believe this is more compelling than titles such as "Zodiac"? Because in my books a beautiful backdrop and great cinematography don't cut the cake in this particular genre.