Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Movie Reviews
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this was Twighlight copycat from the get go… all you need do is look at the pic above, and read the lame plot
So, my friend is that embarresing person who was crazy about Twilight films and she was looking forward this film as well. I definitely did not want to see it but she offered to pay for my ticket so I caved and went with her. I really wish i did not because nobody can give me back my wasted time and dead brain cells. This film definitely targeted teenagers and it did that in the most shameful way. This movie was full of silly cliches, horrible dialogue and the plot was copied from all of the previous films like this one, well the successful ones. Overall, this film is definitely not worth seeing in the theaters and I would not suggest seeing it at home either.
My sisters’ teenage daughter really wanted to see this film and I am a good and might I add a cool auntie who took her to see it, I wish I did not. The film was absolutely horrible and I definitely do not recommend seeing it in the theaters, especially if you are an adult. The film basically copy and pasted every aspect of the previous films of this genre and there were absolutely nothing original about it. THe film is filled with teenage angst and happy goths and I felt way too old for it. I could see that my niece was enjoying cheesy lines and the plot full of holes, but she is 14 and I have to assume that she does not know any better. Overall, this film is not worth your money, time or your brain cells.
I am so sick of stupid films like that and I think the makers of these films should just stop because they are destroying our brain cells. This film tries so so hard to be the next big thing that it is hard to watch it and I definitely do not recommend seeing it in the theaters. The film pretty much copies everything that has worked in the previous films like this one and it is extremely unoriginal and I would even say laughable. Basically, the film is full of cliches, silly and cheesy lines and overall plot theft.
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