Darker Shades of Elise
Drama, Thriller
IMDB rating:
Jamie Weston
Saudiq Baoku as Inspector Jacobi
Charlene Cooper as Bianca Matthews
Tessa Hart as Gracie
Louisa Warren as Janet
Tommy Vilés as Rick Styles
Becca Hirani as Elise Styles (as Becky Fletcher)
Tony Manders as James
Tara MacGowran as Detective Carter
Arron Blake as Felix
David Royal as Kyle
Danny Coakley as Chris
Darcie Lincoln as Tessa D'Lane
Type Resolution File Size Codec Bitrate Format
HQ DVD-rip 720x304 px 1411 Mb mpeg4 1904 Kbps avi Download

Should be a crime to suck this hard
In the future, the world would be a slightly better place if would-be "film makers" with the talent and skills of (poor performing) students were held liable for their hobbies masquerading as legitimate films. Fines, jail time, hell, even public floggings wouldn't necessarily be horrible ideas. Crimes against cinema should not go unpunished! In this case, it's just another garden variety sub-sub par project which clearly illustrates that the producers have deluded themselves into thinking their audience cannot see, hear, and smell how poorly executed their attempt at a film really is.

Yet, they can. And always will.

People, have been watching films all their lives. So when you cannot frame a shot, light a shot, or record sound properly, the audience knows it, instinctively. They might not know exactly why they feel the film they are watching is dreadful on a conscious level, but they know. They can hear the ambient noise from not understanding how to capture sound properly. They can see the random and messy angles, reminiscent of a 13 year olds DSLR Yotube project he or she did just for fun. And this is all before even mentioning the directing, writing, editing, blocking, and of course...acting! Horrible film makers, since the dawn of time, have successfully avoided dealing with this reality. And like Mr. Anderson, why do they persist? Always hoping that their....lol..."vision" finds an audience. They are so comically infected by this specific flavor of ignorance towards the intellect of their audience (not to mention their own skills), that they'd literally not even be surprised if (hypothetically) their film did well, simply accepting that they did a great job. Never wondering how on earth they fooled everyone.

Not that it ever happens, mind you. The audience knows. The audience always knows.

There are good films, passable films, and bad films. But at least they are all "films".

However, this is not a film, it's simply edited footage which is the result of enthusiasm from those who desperately wish to be regarded as film makers. And the icing on this vile tasting cake, is that it's also attempting to capitalize (both in title and content) on the success of......wait for it, ...a really horrible high-profile film! LOL!!! They say it's better to fail at your own idea, than to succeed while copying the ideas of others.

So to fail at copying the ideas of others? That's truly miserable. A double-fail.

Projects like this do have one valuable purpose though, to serve as a warning to young film makers. They can learn from examples like these and avoid embarrassing themselves in the future.

How projects like these even still get made is beyond me. The wealth of information and instruction on all the basic techniques is plentiful and free. There are kids in their early teens who are producing nearly perfect technical execution on their school projects, which they learned via the countless hours of instruction from industry professionals. So to have a film THIS lacking in even entry-level execution, is surprising, by the standards of today. It's like you almost have to try hard, in order to achieve execution this student-grade.

Which, honestly, is an insult to some advanced students, who are producing very impressive work considering the relatively short amount of time they have been involved in it.

So unlike what you'll presumably be hearing in the future reviews for this film, I say: See this film! Especially if you are hoping to create films someday. Watch it, remember it, learn from it. Learn what NOT to do.
Trash heap
The framing in this film is meaningless and haphazard - rarely edits together well. And on that note, the acting, and direction, hand in hand, are equally bad as each other - unconvinced of their content, or the direction to which they are headed in terms of tone.

This film is steeped in kitsch moments, and poorly executed.

And what's even worse is the script - the people represented in this film are shallow, and rarely make sense. Like the ending, why would a victim want her perpetrator's ashes? Why would she want to scatter the ashes after nearly being killed by them?

Its all just sexist trash full of models getting their clothes off and bonking. Would have been better as a genuine adult film production... its that bad.
This is just phenomenal
The film was great, scenes were epic and I don't care about how many mistakes were made during the shots or anything. These people have done an amazing job. If u want to watch some intense stuff, go for it and god the music and song choices in different scenes just perfectly suits the situation. Once again this was an amazing movie.
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