Tusk (2014)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Horror


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A brash and arrogant podcaster gets more than he bargained for when he travels to Canada to interview a mysterious recluse... who has a rather disturbing fondness for walruses.

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Director:

Kevin Smith

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Kevin Smith

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25 October 2014 | LordNooth
6
| Not up to the Tusk
I wanted to love this movie. I thought the concept was hilarious, scary, and just nuts enough to work. But I have to admit, I was disappointed - it wasn't anywhere near as good as I'd hoped it would be.

While the horror element was definitely there, I felt the humour didn't quite match up. Yes it was funny, but it could have been a lot funnier (though I might have felt this way because I was more annoyed than amused by a certain cop character...).

It was also a little too long. There were some scenes that could have been trimmed down or cut altogether, and that lost it a star for me.

I know a lot of people have said you either love or hate this film, but I'm sitting in the middle of the road, leaning towards "love" because there was so much of this that worked -- the acting, the script, the cinematography, the subtlety of some of the jokes. But for me it just wasn't enough to scrape a higher rating.

If you want to see something truly wacky and disturbing, with just enough "wtf" moments to make it funny, then go and see this film. Whether or not you liked it, you'll still walk out of the theatre going, "The hell did I just watch?"

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