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Ora 2022-07-15 19:44:14

In recent years, the works of M. Night Shyamalan, the first director of Indian terror, are really worrying. It couldn't be more appropriate), I have to make people suspect that this guy has fallen and lost his talents and forgot his mother, so he can only use a sixth sense to talk about masturbation.

Is there such a good thing in Hollywood? What did John Woo shoot when he went to Hollywood? Rubbish. I took some pictures when I got back. Rubbish. Xu Kelin, Lingdong and Yu Rentai have all gone to Hollywood to film garbage. Heroes of the era can be reduced to Hollywood's sub-fast food. People in India should not expect anything more.

Building B, Building 13, as an Indian terror, originally had little expectations. It would be good to have seen it as a boring popcorn. I didn't want to watch it, but it's still very good. It's much more sincere than the current European, American, and Thai horror films. The two-hour length is not too long at all. The editing and sound effects are quite stable, and the actors' performances are still in the flow. Although the story has many old loopholes, it also has new ideas. If it is more compact, it will be better to delete some useless dialogue paragraphs.

The unpleasant thing is the two pseudo-songs and dances. It's boring not to mention spoiling the atmosphere. Don't add things that have nothing to do with the plot. If you want to add them, add them at the end. In fact, it can be added to the opening of the film, moving into a new home and dancing a happy dance, happily waiting for the fear to come. . . .

Looking forward to India fear. Looking forward to the incarnation of M. Night Shyamalan.

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