★★★★★ A Personal Favorite
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It's the decisions that we make that define us, shape the course of our future, grow us, but also ultimately are the reasons that life kicks us down. It's our own decisions that make us feel like we're the worst person in the world. That self-reflective nature of life that allows us to look back at each stupid mistake and see how it directly trickled into who we are and where we ended up. In love, all the ambiguity of…
If the first movie taught me the dangers of inciting a witch hunt, this sequel film actually WAS a witch hunt. How the filmmakers misstepped so drastically is beyond me. Revelations seems like a very similar movie in the way it is paced and shot. It slowly gives out details, but this movie suffers from a lack of revelations to give to the audience. I was left with minimal updates to the case that didn't end up going anywhere. While…
I don't have anything redeeming to say about this. The plot was confusing for the sake of being confusing. The characters seemed to age without the plot really explaining what was happening. The whole thing was driven by exposition and even then I still didn't really understand. Overall, this is a crap movie that has a useless plot, 1 demential characters, and no themes at all.
Screw you Ryan, Cavin, and Nathan.