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Let's Be Evil

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UK  •    •  82m  •    •  Directed by: Martin Owen.  •  Starring: Jamie Bernadette, Kara Tointon, Isabelle Allen, Elliot James Langridge, Elizabeth Morris, Helene Wilson, Martin Owen, Jonathan Willis, Billie Wilson, Paul Casar, Brooke Johnston, Jules Brown, James McNeill.  •  Music by: Julian Scherle.
     Three chaperones are hired to supervise an advanced learning program for gifted children, who wear Augmented Reality Glasses to assist in their education. Contained within a secure, underground facility, events quickly spiral out of conatrol.

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The movie starts out fairly promising. Jenny gets accepted to the Prosperity Project which is a mystery to her and the viewers. We later find out that Jenny along with Tiggs and Darby are chaperons to kids who are basically geniuses and use VR technology to further advance their knowledge. I guess the kids get bored and decide to take over the facility's programming. And one small note, you can only see all of this thru the VR glasses. Once you take them off, you only see darkness.

One of my main issues with this movie is that it is based on the premises of advanced technology, however, the desktop computers are really really outdated. Then, you quickly realize that the Google Glass lookalikes are the the most advanced equipment in this entire film. The setting looks like an old abandoned warehouse where they added colored florescent lights (which actually gives it more of a throwback feel) and threw in some decent CGI to give it a futuristic vibe.

All of this I could get past, but there is no attempt to develop the 3 main characters other than they are broke and need the cash. Then there's the kids. They are confined to this building which feels more like a prison, but you don't really understand why they decide to be little asses and mess with the adults. I must admit that I have 13mins of this film remaining so I don't quite know the ending yet, but I can say that if you're bored on a rainy Saturday, it's not the worst movie to watch, but if you have other options, don't even putting this on your list of things to do.


Review by KekiGal from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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