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Critic Reviews for Twixt
Sometimes it's fascinating, but just as often, it's frustrating: It's a film without a net, and it tends to land with a thud.
Not really scary, although there are some nice creepy visuals here and there.
For the most part this qualified return to form will delight all fans of Coppola, especially those who enjoyed his gothic romances, Dementia 13 and Dracula.
The Godfather it's not, but this had more vigor and immediacy than either Youth Against Youth or Tetro.
People raised their hands in joy when Coppola announced he was returning to horror after his recent wobbly adventures in the arthouse. They'll be begging him to reconsider - or perhaps just simply to stop - after seeing this.
Audience Reviews for Twixt
It is painful to see Coppola indulge himself with this personal nonsense, an incoherent mess that doesn't know if it wants to be an unscary Gothic horror story, an overstylized nightmare or an unfunny comedy. It is only bland, pointless and, even worse, sleep-inducing.
Not sure it entirely works, but I loved the dream sequences and Elle Fanning in this. The ending was flat and I hoped for more, but this kept me entertained and was creepy mostly, so no real complaints.
Francis, I admire you very much, but this movie sucks.
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