SKYLINE Movie Review

Muffy

Born in California, Muffy Morrigan began her writing career at the age of six, when after completing her first hand written novel she attempted to sell it to the neighbors for the lofty price of ten cents. After myriad careers, including archaeological consultant, teacher, herbalist, shop keeper, news editor, reporter and columnist, she has settled in to her first love and passion–writing. She currently lives and works in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • Typical Strauss Brothers affair here. All style and no substance. AVP: R was an atrocious film and I’m not sure how these guys keep getting work (outside of the effects world). They make garbage plain and simple.

    These are the types of movies Hollywood produces these days. Character development and plot are rare in today’s movie world.

  • Completely agree with your review. This was a painfully bad movie in every sense of the word. How no one thought to stop shooting the movie to say:” Wait, this sucks. Maybe we should rewrite this”

    Only remeding moments came two minutes towards the end of the movie. It was too late by then though.

  • Mish

    I chuckled while reading this review. Definitely staying away from this brain threatening movie, thanks for the awesome heads-up.

  • foobar

    It’s worse than it sounds.

    The last two minutes start to get awesome, but then the movie just… ends.

    The only explanation I can come up with is that the director hates movies and tried to make this one as bad as possible to force people to read books instead. Seriously. Some movies are so bad that they’re good. This one is so bad that it’s just bad. This movie should be studied for years to come as an example of what NOT to do in film. If there were a list of “thing you’re supposed to do in a movie,” this flick would go against every single one of them.

    It was so bad that making fun of it isn’t even fun. You just want to get the two hours of your life back.

  • Mar

    I was seriously disappointed by this film, and to think I could have bought a six-pack of cheap beer instead, and gotten more enjoyment out of it. It was like they took Independence Day and The War of the Worlds, threw them in a blender resulting in one of the worst mutations of a science fiction flick I’ve ever seen. As soon as the credits began to roll I got up and walked out in disgust. I was surprised when nobody else did, but I think there was only about a dozen of us in the theatre at the time. Apparently everyone else who had ideas about going to see the film had been giving fair warning. And where was I?