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On 2/6/2018 10:59 PM, Obveeus wrote:
> On 2/6/2018 6:25 PM, moviePig wrote:
>> On 2/6/2018 5:47 PM, Obveeus wrote:
>>> On 2/6/2018 5:33 PM, moviePig wrote:
>>>> Six high-school seniors gather for an evening of partying and spooky 
>>>> soul-searching.  For the first half of its 90 minutes, NOCTURNE 
>>>> promises a somewhat stylish and above-average horror-flick.  Then 
>>>> the second-half goes off the rails like a bent bicycle.  Minimally 
>>>> recommended.
>>> NOCTURNE a film that really does look like a direct to DVD offering 
>>> with a 4.7 IMDB score and yet you watched this while forgoing the 6.0 
>> I go into each movie pursuing a glimmer of hope.  But a movie being 
>> blatantly painted over to ride another's coattails snuffs that out.
> By 'painted over', I guess you me rewrite draft of a script?
> Side note:  the last CLOVERFIELD film (10 CLOVERFIELD LANE) was also a 
> rewrite of a different spec film script (THE CELLAR).

If tCP was merely a rewrite, i.e., was "Cloverfield"ed before the 
cameras ever rolled, that'd make a difference to me.  But I thought it 
was filmed, shelved, and then re-titled with extreme prejudice.


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