I enjoyed this movie for the short time I was in the theater, but I had to look back at my review for any kind of reminder as to how things played out, which is to say it's decent but forgettable. I did enjoy the ending and there were a few fun kills in 3D, which I imagine will look even more silly at home, but then again I hope you aren't considering buying this one as a rental will more than suffice.
I don't believe a single good thing was said about this film, which bounced all around the release calendar before finally settling on a release date earlier this September. Three months later and here it is and I'm sure you could find far better ways to spend your Christmas money.
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