Willy's Wonderland (2021) 720p

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Genres:
Horror | Thriller
Resolution:
1280*538
Size:
815.62M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
88 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Kevin Lewis [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A quiet loner (Nic Cage) finds himself stranded in a remote town when his car breaks down. Unable to pay for the repairs he needs, he agrees to spend the night cleaning Willy's Wonderland, an abandoned family fun center. But this wonderland has a dark secret that the "The Janitor" is about to discover. He soon finds himself trapped inside Willy's and locked in an epic battle with the possessed animatronic mascots that roam the halls. To survive, he must fight his way through each of them.

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Reviews

I love Nicolas Cage but...

THIS. MOVIE. SUCKED.

I'm a huge Cage fan. I love that he's been doing B Movies and whacked out films. I love whacked out films. Horror-Comedy, gore filled slash fest, tripped out gnarly artsy stuff... I love a lot of different types of films... love cult films.

But... I'll say it again. THIS MOVIE SUCKS. It's got to be the lamest and worst movie I've ever seen. The teenage kids are AWFUL. The writing is TERRIBLE. The cinematography comes off as TRASHY and DESPERATE.

The filmmakers were really relying on Cage and his cult following ( I definitely qualify for membership) to carry their movie... but even Nicolas Cage can't save this horrible steaming pile.

If ya like the concept, play the classic Five Nights at Freddy's computer games. They're funny and scary. They're great. This movie is not.

I truly feel sorry for anyone who paid 20 dollars to stream this piece of junk. Just because a movie is trying to be a "cult film" doesn't mean that's what makes it good or cool.

Ya got 2 stars just cuz' my boy Cage is in it. Ya might have gotten 3 or 4 if you gave him some lines. But you didn't. You just had him play pinball... which wasn't cool or neat or anything. It was just outright lame and stupid. Like this movie.

Hated it. Don't kid yourself. It sucks.

This is a B-grade film.

If you're going into this knowing it's a B-grade film (Possibly C), purposely designed to be nothing more than a silly movie to pass your time, then you'll have an okay time.

I look at it this way, when watching a film there are two ways to view it: 'Objectively' & 'Personal enjoyment.' When I rate movies I do so objectively, so objectively this movie is a 3 out of 10 film. However, personally I didn't mind the movie, so my own enjoyment was about 5 out of 10.

My personal enjoyment level is based on the fact I knew what I was in for, had I just started watching this without knowing it was a B-grade affair I would've been thoroughly disappointed. However, because I knew what I was in for, I was able to turn my brain waaaaaay off and enjoy the ridiculousness on offer.

The story line exists simply to make the events of the film happen, there's no depth to it and it basically doesn't matter. The bi-racial guy they hire to play the black guy is literally a caricature of what it means to be black. He says things like "Dayuuum" and "ya'll's crazy" and opts to leave his friends behind... Very poor representation of 'being black', but it's something I've noticed B-grade films do A LOT! Black people are nothing more than a caricature to ridicule in low grade films. It's a real shame, wish movies would stop doing this.

The film clearly doesn't have the best budget, so the gore isn't even as much as you'd expect, the actions not shot particularly well, lots of cuts, and reactionary shots (like blood splattering on an attackers face) rather than shots of the actual impact, especially when it comes to the human victims. One human they kill isn't even shown dying on screen, another is killed so effortlessly you wonder if all the money dried up before they got to him.

TLDR; If you want a crap film you can turn your brain off to and just watch the carnage unfold... have at it. If you're looking for substance and want plot, good characters, theme, attention to detail and competent story telling... look elsewhere, this is definitely not the one for you.

What the hell happened, Nic?

This was trash...real g'barge!

It couldn't even save itself by being 'so bad, it's good', it's just bad!

What we're all witnessing, is the slow...and painful to watch, demise of Nicolas Cage.
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