23 July 2009 | specht_mark
Calling it "amateurish" insults amateurs.
"Walls Have Ears" had better hope its audience doesn't.
This is the most poorly made film I have ever seen projected in a movie theater. Who do the filmmakers know at Landmark's Kendall Cinema in Cambridge, MA that this nightmare could be shown at Boston's finest cinema?
This film should be titled, "How Not to Make a Movie." I will see anything, then leave with some appreciation for most every film, but this is a travesty, and insults everyone who has ever seen any moving picture.
Dialogue, sound editing, lighting, shot composition, scene purpose, and on, and on, and on,... were all as if the director had never taken a film class, read a book on film-making, or even watched a film.
This is the first time I have ever wanted my money back. Landmark Theatres will be receiving a letter from me shortly.
Shame on you, Patrick Jerome. You have wasted your viewers' time while stealing their money.