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Review of Premonitions Following an Evil Deed
by harryblarr
Posted on May 10th, 2018
Negative 2
Overall Rating
if this was compared to mulholland dr, mulholland dr would be a masterpiece. now, this film isn't poorly made, it is actually a well-made film. however, there is one little that is not the best in this film, and that is everything else. let's start with the first glaring mistake: it being 3 scenes long and poorly-paced. with 53 seconds left in the film, our director makes his move to do a perfect rebuttal to someone who insists that "short films cannot be good" or even that "short films could never be as good as feature films". our director beats himself off so much that he's practically dead. he has accomplished his vision with the disconcerting trepidation and genuine, enigmatic anxiety....not. he lets his movie goes on for some reason, so that the film could be an ostentatious dawdlefest known as premonitions following an evil deed. why the pacing is bad? because it repeats this process three more times. three more times. the film has 4 inciting incidents where the film could've ended and it would've been fine. but no, it doesn't do that. premonitions following an evil deed is 53 seconds too long and its pacing its so bad that blade runner almost seems good. if you thought that was the main criticism, you thought wrong. my main criticism of the film is that the director is ultra-retarded. he is the most mentally unhinged and expressively expansive retard in my experience in film. he's so bad that maya deren looks like a goddess. for everything that was wrong with the pacing and length of this film, our director is responsible for it. he's so dumb that his shorts have no real meaning. his final revenge against his foe is far too late for me to actually care. premonitions cares so much about its retarded director, that it pitfalls itself in recording his silly plight. now if you liked it, good for you, for me it was terrible.

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