At times, it feels like 'Da Possessed' is just making it up as it goes along, painfully stretching out random inanity and calling it a plot. It grows pretty tedious, and it upends what little appeal it has by going for cheap jokes.
To its credit, 'Hunter X Hunter: The Last Mission' ups the action quota significantly. Unfortunately, it is also harder to follow just what is going on. Clunky subtitling combines with a story that feels almost improvised at times to offer an experience that will be impenetrable to all but the most devoted fans of the series.
'Heaven Is For Real' doesn’t allow for any real ambiguity in its narrative, and that makes it difficult to tell any kind of real story. All it really offers is hollow affirmation for believers who might not be satisfied with faith alone.
'A Haunted House 2' falls back on everything it already did in the first movie, which was already pretty boring and lazy back then.
If 'Transcendence' was meant to terrify the populace, then it’s certainly failed.
While driven by charismatic performances from the terrific leads, 'The Love Punch' often resorts to the laziest approximations of old people humor.
It is likely impossible to watch 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' without grinning the whole way through. Even if you don’t connect to its themes or enjoy its story, the world that it lays out for the viewer is so full of life and humor that the smile becomes inevitable.
'Long Weekend' feels like the work of a filmmaker with no real investment in the genre. It feels like the production was given a series of pegs, and instead of choosing one, they decided to use all of them at once.
'Haunt' hails from that particular brand of horror movie that ignores good sense as it pursues an established formula. It is terribly uninteresting, the film simply unwilling to follow its story down its more logical avenues.
'DOTA: Nakakabaliw' is so bad that it feels like a scam.