Smirk…or film that delivered exactly what it promised from a nifty premise, I had a vision of the future: Smile 2, Smile 3, Smile 4, Smile: The Beginning, Smile the cinematic universe, featuring spin-offs including, Grin, Beam, and Smirk. A deluge of diminishing returns, exploring what was best left unanswered in the original. I almost …
As always, spot on Simon, spot on. I watched the film two weeks ago and with so many questions unanswered, the first thought that came to mind was: Here comes the terrible sequels with the 13% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Adding in a mental health environment wasn't ridiculing people struggling with mental health, most of us understood that. But, what I loved and related most to this movie is the fact that the entity attached itself to people who had witnessed death and tragedy at a young age and, thus, it immediately instilled disbelief in surrounding people.
And Sosie Bacon did a fabulous job!! My God, I would love to see her in something like this again. Hopefully not Grin or smirk though ;)