dimanche 15 mars 2015

The Scribbler — Not your average psycho movie, a must try for explorers — 8*/10

  • Story: Very interesting with lots of novel concepts or at least novel twists on old ones.
  • Characters: Nicely built. Some are simple and don't need much more, while the main ones well fleshed out.
  • Dialogs: Love them, except of the psychiatric talk and the final speech who is a bit too "final philosophical monolog" for my taste. We could have live with a shorter version or none at all.
  • Scenario: Overall, it's great. However, there are a few flaws, mostly related to multiple personality disorder and the psychiatric hospital. They can be overlooked, and if you can, the result is a great entertaining flick.
  • Actors: Solid work on the part of everyone, except the male cop and the male assistant psychiatrist who were barely believable. Cast members include Katie Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg and Eliza Dushku.
  • Photography: Very nicely done.
  • Sound: Great music and score to plunge you in this dark tale.
  • Special effects: Acceptable, sometimes even good, except for the crap they're trying to pass as the burn machine and the light in the eyes.
  • Synopsis & informationhttp://www.imdb.com/title/tt2396721/
  • Who is it for? Those who want a great novel story and a nice intrigue, but don't mind if some parts of the movie are below minimum standard.