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Fantasia Review: In a Valley of Violence
I mean, sure the acting, direction, screenplay and continuity are all a hot mess that make you wish they'd hired a high schooler with a flip cam to shoot the damn thing 'cause that would be easier to watch. But it's the little details where the awfulness of this really shine through. Like having an Asian samurai chick who's rocking the Caucasian look of an Olivia Munn.
Or better yet, when a suicide bomber, for reasons that elude me, decides to blow up a nightclub where our protagonists are having a drink, and blows up the whole place. Like nuclear level explosion seen from a distance achieved by one suicide bomber. But wait, it gets better. Even though we saw the entire building decimated, we go back inside the bar and see intact bodies all over. And the lead character is still marginally alive even though he was closest to the blast. And lest I forget, one guy lived because he was in the bathroom. Sure the whole f*cking building blew up, but he was in the bathroom. Of course he survived.
I could go on, but I might give you the impression that the movie is so bad it's good, which is not the case. It's just bad. Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad. On a scale of 1 to 10 this is BAD! Don't waste you time.
Audio: Dolby Audio 5.1