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Tusk is simply another disaster from Kevin Smith that can't decide whether it wants to be the worst dark comedy you will ever lay eyes on or a wickedly disturbing experience, but the only halfway decent thing about this film is sadly let down by its laughably off-the-rails plot and its miserable ending.
Not quite as bad as Human Centipede, but this is sufficiently disgusting and touches the same nerves. Not enjoyable in any way.
Great acting, deeply disturbing and sometimes funny.
A film a bit bonkers and sprinkled with humour but with just the right amount of horror to scratch that itch to keep you watching. I went into this film blind and I enjoyed every minute of the film I like what the actors/director did and was very surprised to see Mr Depp in the film, although it was a pleasant one as he quickly became my favourite character of the film.
I would recommend this film to anyone be it a horror fan, into Kevin Smith films or even just to throw on for some munching popcorn and zone out film. For me ticked all the boxes, it's nothing too out of the box but I believe in some time could garner some form of cult status akin to the jeepers creepers films.
so funny and unsettling film. I love it
A movie that tries to straddle comedy and horror does a poor job achieving either. The film hates on Canadians in the most stereotypical way and too blatantly forced. From almost solely talking about hockey to the detective from Quebec whose a 2nd rate french detective. There are numerous plot holes and large questions. For example, Wallace Bryton's phone was just left in the open and on after he was abducted. The fact that the phone wasn't heard earlier by neither Wallace nor Howard after Allison stated she had called several times the past three days. The walrus product looks like a bad guy from the Power Rangers. This is not a compliment. There are several flashbacks or cut scenes that are way too long and drawn out. For example the detective's conversation with Howard was pointless and got no where.
It's strange and a bit gross...but Kevin Smith really gives us a unique story unlike any other!
As I long time fan of Kevin Smith. This is easily the worst film he's ever created (including cop out and red state) this premise is insane but it's kevin so let's roll with it. The acting is pretty spot on, either cause kevin has always been a good actors director and possibly just from the talent of the cast. On a technical level the film is above average, beautiful cinematography and well thought out locations and other basic filmmaking techniques shine here. But the characters aren't that fun to watch the monster reveal is laughable and everything just feels too cringe and deranged to get a chance to enjoy anything. I regret watching this and hope to never have to again
I could not finish this movie. Horrible premise. Just a gross pointless movie.
Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad. Just, bad.