Starry Eyes (2014)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Horror

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A hopeful young starlet uncovers the ominous origins of the Hollywood elite and enters into a deadly agreement in exchange for fame and fortune.




  • Alex Essoe in Starry Eyes (2014)
  • Alex Essoe in Starry Eyes (2014)
  • Alex Essoe in Starry Eyes (2014)
  • Alex Essoe in Starry Eyes (2014)
  • Fabianne Therese and Natalie Castillo in Starry Eyes (2014)
  • Alex Essoe in Starry Eyes (2014)

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5 April 2015 | hilbertjl
| I wanted to like it. It wouldn't let me.
Four stars positive for a fairly innovative score and Argento-esque visuals, plus some pretty solid acting by the lead and one or two supporting actors. Beyond that, I have to admit, I watched the entire thing (resisting the urge to turn it off many times) because I wanted, hoped for, the ending to bring everything together in some redeeming way. Instead, I was disappointed. The movie was difficult to watch all around but not because of horror elements - it's hard, for one thing, to feel invested in a story when you can't empathize with its protagonist - admittedly there are exceptions to that but this isn't one of them. I also felt like some of the plot devices relied on clichéd, negative stereotyping (can't say more without spoilers) and that the end just didn't make sense in any narrative or metaphor driven way. I'm sure there are some who'd argue otherwise, and they are welcome to their opinions, but overall, Starry Eyes was just a huge letdown for me.

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