Saturday, August 24, 2013

Upside Down

The Romeo and Juliet story is timeless. It's been told so many times and in so many ways that it's difficult to believe that a fresh perspective can be brought to its retelling. And it's even more difficult to believe that casting Kirsten Dunst as Juliet would be anything but a stroke of genius. Unfortunately, there's Upside Down. It's not just terrible. It gives one an incredible headache as half the people and scenes appear upside down. Even Romeo's brilliant work with inverse matter can't save the movie.

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