100 Days to Live (2019)16K
100 Days to Live: Directed by Ravin Gandhi. With Colin Egglesfield, Gideon Emery, Heidi Johanningmeier, Yancey Arias. When a serial killer abducts a young woman’s fiancé, she must race against the clock to discover the identity of the killer, and more importantly – his motive.
“I am a prodcued writer director and part-time critic. The reason the movie generally fails is because people donu0026#39;t think like this, and it didnu0026#39;t delve into the supernatural part of the movie like it seemed like it would.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eUltimately the movie doesnu0026#39;t touch base with reality yet doesnu0026#39;t delve into the hypothetical or experimental, so it doesnu0026#39;t end up going anywhere. Thereu0026#39;s a lot of overacting, and the screenplay feels written by one person instead of a team. The script is unimaginative, and by that I mean itu0026#39;s based almost in a hyper exaggerated, brutalized version of reality with zero sense of one event having any relationship to another that takes the world, makes it unbelievable yet doesnu0026#39;t create one of its own.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe videography stands out as bad, and doesnu0026#39;t serve to make the film more interesting by capturing or creating distinct, visceral pictures. Itu0026#39;s almost the opposite of a Coen brothersu0026#39; film, in which things move naturally and the landscape is captured in a mindful, symbolic way where one scene interacts with others throughout and establish motifs, etc.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe characters ramble without purpose, are superficial and lack substance, and the overacting is unbearable. The reactions are ultimately unbelievable, which is ultimately the worst thing a movie can do seeing as how it can make the impossible believable. I am also reacting to the praise being given to a u0026quot;first time filmmaker.u0026quot; You need to make a few features before you make a good one.”