A Cure for Wellness (2016)
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Not nearly as bad as critics made it out to be. But hey, I'll give extra credit to any R rated original horror film these days.
Beautiful feeling in the film of visionary Gore Verbinski, beautiful environment in Switzerland, excitement, mystery and despite the length never boring. The Shining-feeling! With the Swedes Tomas Norström and Magnus Krepper.
This could've been a good movie if it'd had decent pacing and been about an hour shorter. The story was okay, even if it was predictable from a mile away, and the suspense and atmosphere were done well. It just took forever to get going. The first act of many suspenseful horror movies is the good guys figuring out that something is "not quite right" with the town/person/etc., but in A Cure for Wellness that part took an hour and a half. It takes Lockhart DAYS to piece together what any half-intelligent viewer figured out pretty shortly after he got to the institute, then suddenly everything happens in the last 25 minutes.
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