It was the worst movie, I’ve ever seen. Now I know why it only lasted a week in American cinemas. The cinema had around 10 people in it on premiere night and it was so bad, all we could do was laugh and make jokes about it. Rebecca Blacks song ‘Friday’ is the only thing I could assimilate it too. Won’t lie it made us laugh, but not for the right movie reasons. If you weren’t familiar with the books then you would not of had a clue at what was happening. It honestly felt like a parody of the books. Something that bad, had to of been on purpose right? I’m just not sure why they honestly wasted their time.
And as too why it was the worst movie I’ve ever seen.
Cinematically, I probably could of done a better job. The music was just slapped in and never was carefully and rightfully put in the time it should of been.
Every single scene was too quick, there was no time to grasp anything.
The humour was tacky and just stupid to be quite frank
The special effects, well let’s just say there was nothing special about them.
And the whole flow of the movie was just off!
As I said a mock up/ parody of the books!
I sat through half of it, wanting to cry and leave.
But then I decided Id payed $30 for this and I’m going to stay and make the most of it.
I doubt there is going to be a frostbite and even if there is, I’m not sure if I can handle another disaster
From a fan who spent the last 4 years of her life, wanting nothing more for it to be visually represented as a movie and now I’m embarrassed to even say that I went. I’m not sure what they were thinking, but an explanation as to why this has happened. Would be great.