More like the Werewolf [is barely] within. This movie is absolutely boring. Clearly made on the cheap with the lowest amount of effort. Set pieces aren't convincing with a town being made up of seven people. Theme is absent since characters are already fowl and selfish from debut so the point of the worst coming out is mute. Overly political and annoyingly WOKE with republican bashing, betamales, and gender is construct--esque dialogue. Werewolf design looks awful for the 10 seconds it is used.
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Some parts of this movie reminds me of Knives Out a lot. Has some some few suspense moments with surprising outcomes. That alone will make you wanna watch the movie to the end. Plot wasn't soo gripping though with not too over the top characters but performances were on point and they did a good job of bringing this to the big screen. This can be a movie for some family time and have some good laughs otherwise not a movie too eager to see for the hardcore cinephiles.
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This film was so close to being a classic like the 1985 Clue. The characters are well written and well acted (especially Sam Richardson), and the film for the most part is well shot, cut, and paced. A little more effort and it would have been timeless (but it's not). It is definitely worth a rental and most of the comedy is great and most of the tension is actually tense. It kind of loses its way story wise and failed to follow classic filmmaking rules which resulted in little consistency and some contrivance, but that's not saying much since it's just a fun movie that's worth seeing.
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