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Meh. It's not as bad as 'Knock Knock' though.
That's another one I'm curious about, although have heard some pretty scathing reviews of. Keanu's performance has been likened to Tommy Wiseau's 'performance' in The Room in some circles so I may just have to check it out for funsies.

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Old 28th January 2016, 07:47 AM
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I didn't think much of The Green Inferno, but I've still pre-ordered it. Tonally it's a bit all over the place and while there are a few nasty scenes, it isn't as violent as I thought it would be.

I'm one of those rare ones that preferred Knock Knock, if only for the unintentional comedy.
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That's another one I'm curious about, although have heard some pretty scathing reviews of. Keanu's performance has been likened to Tommy Wiseau's 'performance' in The Room in some circles so I may just have to check it out for funsies.
Keanu has some Nicolas Cage Wicker Man remake moments. It's embarrassingly hilarious.
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Old 22nd February 2016, 11:43 AM
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Just had The Green Inferno drop through the letter box and I'm a tad confused. During a reddit chat (and during a couple of interviews) Roth said that there wasn't a director's cut, what belatedly hit the screen was his version. Okay. Adorned across the artwork is 'The Director's Cut'. What gives ?

Does anyone have an info on this ?
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