Not even Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s charm from the previous film carries into this bad, bad sequel.
I’m not so confident this falls under the “fun horror movie” category.
Think of everything bad about the first Pacific Rim. Now multiply that by 10, and you get this sequel.
It’s made apparent with Last Key that this series has overstayed its welcome and become more about quantity than quality.
If fans enjoyed the first and second films in this now-complete trilogy, you may find life in an otherwise lifeless Pitch Perfect 3.
It shouldn’t be hard to stray from generic, mainstream music to try and reel in mass audiences. But here we are — a film that defies any sort of logic and basks in mediocrity.
Happy Death Day would’ve been a halfway decent film if it stuck to a shlocky hack-and-slash film. The direction and unsuccessful scares keeps this horror film in the “skip” category.