And the award for -
Most transparent screenplay
Most ugly cinematography
Goes to this F#@king poor excuse for a film.
A low budget is no excuse in this day and age to offer up such vile and pointless waste.
I cannot even find one good thing to say about it, and with lines like ''Let's F#@k next to your dead mother'' uttered throughout, why the hell should I bother?
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Where to start on this film...
If I was to make a film based on such bold concepts as 'The Rapture', I would first do well to get some facts straight concerning the source text of such an event, and find out what it really means for a Christian to have belief and faith, and in so doing my utmost not to create an insulting and shallow mess as what is on display in this film. Seriously, it seems as…
Well De Palma has finally devolved into soap opera territory, delivering a real stinker that wouldn't pass either for daytime T.V. or late night soft-core porn.
The plot involving a bunch of corporate ladder climbers with some serious trust issues is wafer thin and completely ludicrous, and as things spiral down the rabbit hole you are left wondering why such a gifted film-maker of days gone by has even bothered to show up for Director duties. The acting from all…