Guimoon (2021)

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Guimoon (2021). Guimoon: Directed by Sim Deok-Geun. With Kang-woo Kim, So-hye Kim. In a community center where a mass murder took place years earlier and it involves a paranormal investigator who discovers a door to another world.

“Despite the compelling ideas at play, the film falters onto a repetitive set of circumstances that play out over. Then provides a lackluster outcome from the events that happen to the characters.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOn the u0026quot;guimoonu0026quot; once per year the moon is blocked from view by a thick layer of clouds. But in the mountains, thereu0026#39;s an urban legend where you can see the moon by using a camera while viewing it from the roof of a specific building. Many fear the building as the inhabitants were slaughtered inside and there are rumors that none can escape after entry.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWhat then begins as a tale of demonic possession and an attempt to cleanse it soon develops into a story of a man with odd supernatural gifts entering it later on to u0026quot;releaseu0026quot; the trapped souls. While the public believes a killer slaughtered itu0026#39;s inhabitants, the truth is more sinister. But I donu0026#39;t want to spoil that here.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eUnfortunately, the story attempts to add in 3 young friends, takes a very strange path on why the demonic presence exists, and you have a mixed bag of a story. Aside from the story, Iu0026#39;m not really sure what the story was setting out to achieve. As ultimately, you donu0026#39;t really gain anything from the experience.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIn the end, it feels like a weak M. Night Shamylan film that gets lost in the twists instead of focusing more on what it started. Then providing a clear idea of what the film was trying to say (at least beyond itu0026#39;s circumstances). Seeing it in ScreenX was visually stunning. Enhancing the onscreen events. But that wasnu0026#39;t enough to lift it beyond a 6 out of 10. Iu0026#39;d drop this to a 5 if viewed in standard 2D.”

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