Mihael’s review published on Letterboxd:
A very good combination of science fiction and horror, which go into a deeper topic in the development of technology, and the social impact on it. It also culminates very well with the drama between the plot, thus creating tension between the characters, which later has an impact on the plot.
The first half of the film is quite slow and empty, while the second half made up for it and provided good horror entertainment. The concept of the movie itself is not bad at all and is even quite interesting and intriguing. At times it can be really creepy, and everything is accompanied by surprisingly beautiful cinematography.
Maybe it's a bit exaggerated, but I understand the whole purpose, which he wanted to achieve. It's also quite predictable, that is, the whole plot is like that, but I think that's normal when it comes to movies like this, because when we have a combination of the horror genre and the main villain of the robot, it's pretty clear in which direction the movie will go.
M3GAN is certainly a good movie, but honestly it could be more intense, even though it has its creepy scenes and action, somehow you feel that emptiness, as if something is missing.
My Rating: 6/10