7º – Alien³ (David Fincher, 1992)The ‘Alien’ franchise brings us this time the tenet Ripley infiltrated in a maximum security prison infested by our beloved xenomorphs. Directed by the great David Fincher, this third film in the saga fails for its horrible digital visual effects, compromising any sequence of action contained in the film. The idea was a good one, but perhaps a possible budget constraint for practical purposes has compromised everything.
6º – Prom Night (Paul Lynch, 1980)Death Invites Dancing’ brings the 1980s slasher goddess Jamie Lee Curtis as the protagonist of the story, studying life in a small town decades after a tragedy. The film gains its substance when those affected by the tragedy decide to seek revenge, terrorizing the local prom. The big problem with this slasher is his lack of scenes characteristic of the genre, leaving everything very monotonous and loose.
5º – The Silence (John R. Leonetti, 2019)The plot of the film the journey for survival of a family after mysterious creatures that hunt for sound decimate great part of the population. Well, we have here a horrible film in all its aspects, not even serving as entertainment to laugh at ridicule. The sad point of this experience is the presence of the great actor Stanley Tucci commanding the main character. Tucci thought he was in a new ‘Bird Box’ or ‘A Silent Place’ and really delivers a very committed performance. It must have been a shock for him to see the final result.
4º – Who’s Harry Crumb? (Paul Flaherty, 1989)We’ll be following the adventures of an unusual private detective. Nourishing as the only positive point the presence of John Candy as the protagonist, ‘Who is Harry Crumb?’ is a comedy that fails in all aspects of the genre, telling a not funny story that is completely incapable of provoking laughter in the spectator.
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