Excess Flesh


Drama / Thriller

Excess Flesh (2015) download yts

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 46%
IMDb Rating 4.3 10 304  


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Bethany Orr as Jill
Mary Loveless as Jennifer
Wes McGee as Rob
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1.25 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 43 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by skylightdawn 2 / 10

Waste of Time

It's too bad because from watching the preview it looked good. It's very misleading. Seems like they tried too hard to make an "artsy" movie (lots of unnecessary slow motion, close ups and over exaggerated noises). It's a shame because it could've been a really good psychological thriller. I can say that the actresses were somewhat good. Both were annoying and I believe that was their goal in this movie. The downside was, I didn't care about what happened to either of them. They never pulled me in enough to root for one or the other. If you are into slow burning thrillers that have a big time indie feel to them and fall short at the end, you may like this. To me it was a complete waste of time.

Reviewed by kosmasp 3 / 10

Really dreadful

Which is really a shame. Because the movie or rather the idea behind the movie has a lot of potential. There are glimpses of genius hidden here somewhere. Unfortunately they are very well hidden and can actually not be found. And that's because the movie indulges in hammering its point home. I don't think you always have to be subtle, but you also have to be respectful to the viewers and their intelligence

The acting has its ups and downs too. The social commentary drowns in that as it does in the editing (or rather lack of it at times). Of course some would argue that it's necessary to have a scene go on for a very long time, so that the dread of a situation is felt by the viewer. And I would agree to that but just to a point. Because if you have scenes after scenes, that are telling the same story/point, you're way beyond proving a point, you're into boring territory to put it mildly. A shame, but maybe also a learning process for the next one

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