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Average User Score: 4.9Aug 18, 2018I just saw this movie which I can’t remember the name but it has Agent Marky Mark in it and a girl who looks hot but she’s dangerous and can’tI just saw this movie which I can’t remember the name but it has Agent Marky Mark in it and a girl who looks hot but she’s dangerous and can’t wear makeup but if she was in a makeup role she probably could maybe be as hot as the Black Widow girl. Also that girl wrestler who’s trying to act now who should just keep wrestling.
They work for a secret organization that’s more secret than the CIA that’s called the ADHD.
The story is there’s hardly any killing for the first two minutes and then lots when they go out and get in cars and trucks and fight guys on motorcycles. The hot girl has phone calls with a mean husband and wants to talk to the daughter but he won’t let her but that part goes away. The big boss is cool because he’s called Mother (the guys are called chess pieces and then children) and he has all these cameras that say their heartbeats and stuff and he’s super cool because he has bobble-heads that go into a special case and he wears old-fashioned sneakers.
The style is sometimes Mother says philosophy and I think Marky Mark does too but he talks really fast and lots so I couldn’t tell. And Marky Mark always snaps a rubber band and the bad guy is always touching his fingers to his thumbs and that was the only dumb part of the movie that I wish they didn’t have because I wanted it to stop all the time.
No scene lasts for more than five seconds so the movie goes by really fast and I won’t give away the ending but I will say what a surprise.
The only thing I couldn’t figure out was why there were no policemen or ambulance men or firemen. And I don’t think there were any people on the street. But to sum up WOW GREAT MOVIE TEN STARS UP.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.4Jun 10, 2018Your take on this movie will probably depend on what you expect to get from a horror movie; meaning, if you want shocks and gravity-defyingYour take on this movie will probably depend on what you expect to get from a horror movie; meaning, if you want shocks and gravity-defying acts by people affected by supernatural forces, this is for you. If you want a scary-but-logical story you can follow from beginning to end, it's not.
For me, the peril in the best horror films is fairly easy to explain: The girl is possessed and the exorcist is going to try to save her. The hotel is haunted, the father is under its spell, and he is threatening his wife and son. I couldn't figure out what the main peril was in this one until literally the last minute of the film, when it was explained to me, and still didn't add up.
I don't agree that the performances were fantastic. Every scene seemed to have a silent "dun-dun-DUN!" sound effect at the end, and with everything so overwrought, I just didn't see a lot of emotional range or transformation going on:
Mom: Manic, freaked out
Dad: Detached, uncomprehending
Son: Dazed, terrified
Daughter: Creepy, man! Just CREEEEEPY!
Mom's friend: Superficially caring, but obviously EVIL
We've seen these characters before.
I was obviously disappointed. I went in hoping for a great horror film, and experienced a film that loads up on common horror elements and practically screams at the audience, instead of the other way around.… Expand
Average User Score: 3.7Jun 2, 2018As a 3-time survivor of Action Park (with a permanent scar on my thigh from flipping on the Alpine Slide and landing upside-down on theAs a 3-time survivor of Action Park (with a permanent scar on my thigh from flipping on the Alpine Slide and landing upside-down on the concrete track), I felt I had to see this. This film simply hijacks the name and basic theme of Action Park and turns out a cheap, lame, waste of time. Action Park was dangerous, of course, but it wasn't a junkyard populated by toothless morons and wild animals. The customers were kids like me from the suburbs who wanted a thrill they couldn't get from the big amusement parks. The movie "Action Point" dreams to be is "Meatballs," except "Action Point" has little to no plot, god-awful acting, and not a single character you'd care about in any way. The laughs you'd expect to get might work for some pre-teens, but this thing doesn't deserve attention from anyone else. Check out the online documentaries about Action Park (and "Meatballs if you haven't seen it), and pay to see something--anything--else.… Expand