Final Girl (2015)
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Breslin, whose recent resume hasn't lived up to her Oscar nomination for "Little Miss Sunshine," needs to find something worthy of her talents. An Oscar nominee shouldn't even watch "Final Girl," much less star in it.
This patchy, underwritten thriller could almost pass for a critique of any number of genre forebears in which the mere presence of a hot, ass-kicking female avenger is meant to seem subversive.
The filmmakers never really answer inevitable questions: What's the point of these fussy allusions?
Final Girl is more interesting in concept than it is a fully fleshed out idea.
Final Girl is the directorial debut of photographer Tyler Shields and he delivers us all a visually beautiful film!
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Well, Abigail looks beautiful. That's about all I can really say for this. The idea had promise and it is quirky, but it doesn't quite work unfortunately.
Abigail Breslin is the Final Girl in this rather dull indie horror film. The story follows a young girl who's trained to taken on a group of serial killers that lure women out into the woods and hunt them for sport. It's an interesting setup, but it doesn't really get explored at all; as there's no real explanation as to who the killers are, or how they were found out and selected for this brand of vigilante justice. Additionally, the plot seems especially contrived and predictable. However, there is a fair amount of tension and intrigue to the hunt and the kills. And yet, in the end Final Girl just does work on any level.
Certainly lacks a broad appeal, but is more than engaging enough to keep you its absurd premise for its 90 minute runtime.