Popcorn On Couch is proud to present another edition of Mixed Reviews Monday, where we get your opinions and ratings on a movie with very different reviews. I asked you to vote between A Cure For Wellness, The Great Wall and Gold for our ninth Mixed Reviews Monday.
Which movie would you like to discuss for our 9th #MixedReviewsMonday ?
— Popcorn On Couch (@popcornoncouch) 6 March 2017
A Cure For Wellness was the clear winner!
A Cure For Wellness a psychological thriller with an intriguing plot and a mysterious trailer with Shutter Island vibes; this was enough to get many people excited for the film. Psychological thrillers are usually gripping, unpredictable and shocking films which many people enjoy, so it’s understandable why many people were anticipating A Cure For Wellness. However since its release, A Cure For Wellness has received the mixed reviews treatment.
Is A Cure For Wellness a gripping, unpredictable and mysterious thriller which pulls the audience in? Or just another underwhelming thriller which doesn’t reach its full potential.
Scroll down to see the different opinions we have received from our wonderful twitter followers.
The “I really liked this film, despite the problems in the final act” Reviews
@popcornoncouch I really liked the first two acts of the film. Good tension & cinematography. Final act takes the narrative too far. 4/5
— HCMovieReviews (@HCMovieReviews) 10 March 2017
@popcornoncouch I liked it. 95% of it was pretty decent. Nice cinematography. Little messed up. Not 100% on the final act.
— Danny Allen (@DannyAllenUK) 11 March 2017
The “This movie was too long and boring” Reviews
@popcornoncouch Overly long, tone deaf, the third act is a complete mess. Nicely shot at least! 1.5/5
— Flicks and Pieces (@flicksandpieces) 11 March 2017
@popcornoncouch It was too long with nothing interesting to show. Too predictable, and painfully pseudo cryptic. Nicely shot though. 2/5
— farhan (@farhanwislam) 12 March 2017
@popcornoncouch 1.5/5. Overly long and painfully boring.
— Liam Underwood (@LiamUnderwood) 10 March 2017
The “This is a stylish film with good qualities but still has some problems” Reviews
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— Angus McGregor (@AngusMcGregor11) 11 March 2017
@popcornoncouch It’s a weird, beautiful, taboo, vapid, and ugly in all ways. This will be a cult film people discover in years & love. 3.5/5
— Lolo (@lololovesfilms) 12 March 2017
Great performances, nice design, creepy atmosphere
Overlong, narrative issues, unnecessary backstory, predictable
— Plain, Simple Tom (@PlainSimpleTom) 10 March 2017
@popcornoncouch I liked it better than I thought I would. Not great but it has some surprising qualities.
— InSession Film (@InSessionFilm) 10 March 2017
We received various reviews on A Cure For Wellness majority agreed that the film was nicely shot with good cinematography. Our followers also agreed that the third act was over the top and went too far. Some found the movie enjoyable despite its flaws of being predictable and too long. While others thought, it was boring and underwhelming.
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