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Film Review - Upside Down

UPSIDE DOWN Kirsten Dunst

“Upside Down” is a stunning visual experience spoiled by a trainwreck of a screenplay. It’s an awful film that’s easy to watch, utilizing intense CGI artistry to manipulate frame activity in a way that’s rarely been seen before, out to manufacture a bizarre alternate universe of swirling gravity defiance and megacity juxtaposition. Dramatically, the feature goes nowhere fast, wasting the potential of the premise on tiring clichés and absurdly earnest characterizations. Perhaps writer/director Juan Solanas understood he had a clunker of a script, watching him gradually downplay the story in favor of elaborate visual effects. “Upside Down” is certainly something to see, but difficult to sit through. Read the rest at


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