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It was a semi stuffed theater for Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving…
What can I say, I had a good time. At times campy, funny, very bloody, and schlocky, with a ton of red-herrings to keep ya invested. My only gripe: I should have gone in with some popcorn and cherry cola. The ending leaves enough for seconds even. Maybe even some leftovers for a… BLACK FRIDAY. Dun-dun-DUN! This might even turn into a Thanksgiving tradition even.
Been doing on A LOT of research on various psychosis and thought I’d finally get around to a film that gives an example.
For the most part it’s a good yarn, say for that botched ending. Read up and agree with Glenn Close that the original ending would have been more appropriate, also given because there is a bit of foreshadowing in the first act. Would I sympathize with Alex with the original ending? No. She crossed a line with…
The Killing by the end, will have you planning your own heist, if you get my drift.
I wish I could expunge some sort of detail about how I feel about this but I’ll definitely will want to spoil this. It’s been a long time since I’ve been wanting to watch this, and it was all worth the wait. As for the film: Go in blind, don’t ask questions, and meet at the rendezvous at 7pm for another top billing and pair it with, Rififi.