Divergent

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Set in a futuristic world which separates society into five factions: Abnegation (the selfless), Candor (the honest), Erudite (the intelligent), Amity (the peaceful) and Dauntless (the brave).

In order to place people into the right faction, teenagers are tested and then asked to decide which faction they want to belong in.  Beatrice/Tris (),a humble girl brought up in the Abnegation faction gets tested by Tori () and discovers she is a combination of three factions, not just one -making her a “rare” ‘Divergent’.

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Divergents are outcast by society and hunted in hope of keeping order to the rest of the people.  However the idea that most people would only fit into one category (faction), instead of most people actually being Divergents, is only one of the many plot holes to this film.  I’m guessing the purpose of this idea is to give hope to the naive and ignorant teenagers of the world, in aid to make them feel special as long behold the majority of them will leave the cinema relating to the “multi-factioned” Divergent.

Of course, as with any teen-hyped film, there is an underlying love story between Beatrice/Tris and Four (), who Tris meets after choosing to join the Dantless gang.

With average performances, probably due to a lackluster script, it is hard to care about the outcome of the characters when they and the circumstances feel very bland and contrived.  Beatrice/Tris’s character is particularly bland for a lead character, probably due to the very boring albeit noble faction she came from (Abnegation), or the absence of star-quality in Woodley, or a combination of the two.  While Woodley’s acting ability does suffice, her look and screen presence does not, immediately decreasing the watchability factor for her and the entire film.

3.5/10

 

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Sabotage

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is at it again in this action flick about a DEA team faces bloody revenge after stealing from a drug heist.

With nicknames like ‘Sugar’, ‘Monster’, ‘Grinder’ and ‘Pyro’, it’s to be expected that the film comes with more than the occasional cheesy one-liner.  But credit to actors  such as Mireille Enos, Sam Worthington and Josh Holloway and their ability to play the characters convincingly and realistically, their performance almost makes the bad dialogue barely noticeable.

It is actually quite astounding that this film was co-written by David Ayer -the writer of the remarkable ‘Training Day’.  Filled with plot holes and completely unrealistic, common-sense-free reactions and actions from the characters, it was mighty hard to hold onto one’s suspension of disbelief in this film for very long.

5/10

 

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The Hunt

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Hannibal’s Danish actor, Mads Mikkelsen stars in this troubling and hard-hitting drama, ‘The Hunt’.

Mikkelsen plays Lucas, a good man with a good heart who works at the local pre-school in his small town community.

In the midst of his own custody battle for his teenage son, Lucas frequently provides company and care for his best friend’s young daughter, Klara (played wonderfully by first time actress, Annika Wedderkopp).

Klara, who is often neglected by her own parents, warms quickly to Lucas and soon develops an innocent crush on him and gets her feelings hurt when Lucas doesn’t reciprocate.

Klara then tells a lie to her teacher who then believes that Lucas had sexually assaulted the child.  The lie snowballs and soon the whole town believes the same accusations and Lucas is not only isolated, but also assaulted himself by the same people he once thought of as friends.

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A very well acted film with such a terrifyingly real quality, it really is concerning, how just one small lie in a small and ignorant town, could destroy a person’s life, forever.

9/10

 

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Under the Skin

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Scarlett Johansson plays an alien in the guise of a human, patrolling the streets of Scotland for men who she then baits to come home with her, leading them into a deadly black abyss.

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A highly original concept albeit based on a novel and bravely filmed, mostly with hidden cameras, capturing naturalistic reactions from passersby, making the film feel that much more real, despite  the bizarre scenes of morbid fantasy.

One of the most impressive visual elements is how the “life is sucked out” from the human males that fall into the alien’s honey trap.  -Truly shocking and breathtaking stuff.

A fitting end which has both the story and character arc come full circle, expressing the symbolism behind the title ‘Under the Skin’.

7.5/10

 

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All Cheerleaders Die (2013)

 

 

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Maddy (played by Australian actress, Caitlin Stasey) is a girl with a mission, to take down the newly appointed captain of the cheerleading team.  But instead she finds herself befriending the squad, to the dismay of her friend and not-so-secret admirer, Leena.

One night during a party, a fight starts up between the footballers and cheerleaders and the frightened girls flee from the boys, ending up in a deadly car accident.   The boys flee the scene, however the girls are found by Leena who pulls them out of the wreckage and brings them back to life with witchcraft.

The next day the cheerleaders are back with a vengeance and end up feeding on and killing the footballers one by one, first accidentally then intentionally, until it becomes an all out war.

Definitely not the most memorable of horror flicks, but it has it’s moments, albeit many a gratuitous one.

6.25/10

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