26 May 2017 | siderite
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While the film has obvious shortcomings, it was clearly an experimental movie. Just like the protagonists, it was a mix of DNA from other productions, just to see if it ticks. So maybe the mix of found footage and superhero movies with a sarcastic background commentary wasn't the best combination, but at least it showed effort and was entertaining.
I've seen Danielle Chuchran in two movies now that I watched till the end just because they started with one of her fight scenes. I mean, they just need to make a Karate Kid clone with her as the protagonist and Gina Carano as the villain and they have gold right there. Or just make her fight the whole movie, if they don't need a story at all. Anyway, Danielle can act and she can surely move and, as the movie said, no mirror is going to break when she looks into it.
Unfortunately, just having her in the film was not enough. A movie needs a story, real character development, stakes. It amazes me that people make films with special effects and guns and cars and explosions and somehow find it hard to hire a real writer for the damn script.
Bottom line: a bit slow and boring, but not a bad effort. I mean I've seen most Arrowstorm Entertainment films and this is clearly one of the better in terms of acting. Nobody likes found footage films, though.