Is it wrong if I chortled when they called his epiPen pouch a "penis purse"?
This is a bad movie, but that doesn't mean I didn't like it. It has all the elements of a B thriller movie I wanted. And that half a minute of gore at the end with his eyeball was pretty badasss; I just wish they would've ended the movie at that.
This was just.....hilarious. I mean, I don't think it was meant to be taken seriously or anything just a 'sexy thriller' or whatever. Although, A+ for the double entendre; "I love your mothers cookies", "There was a big thunderstorm, a giant downpour" "-Yeah it got pretty wet over here." uhh ma gahd. Plus, sassy J.Lo was also cool. Other than that, it's literally a R rated Lifetime movie.
1.8 I always wonder what they think when they make movies like that? Do they try their best? Is this their "best"? Are they beaten by a mean producer or do they laugh their heads off? That Iliad-dialogue is a classic at any rate!
Una manera balurda de mostrar el terror con la repetida victimización ingenua de la mujer.
El director utiliza estereotipos y clichés que no nos sensibilizan ante un tema que en estos momentos tiene su responsabilidad histórica y social, como es la Violencia hacia la Mujer por su condición de Género. JLo, a pesar de ser latina -una raza fuerte- siempre acepta papeles de mujer sumisa e ingenua, ¡que desperdicio!
Elizabeth Taylor had "The Driver's Seat". Joan Crawford had "Straight-Jacket". Bette Davis had "Dead Ringer". Jennifer Lopez has "The Boy Next Door". Gloriously bizarre film from every angle, but everybody takes it so serious that it becomes a landmine of camp charms.Or is it? Some moments make me think the film is near meta-parody.