I like how this movie makes the best out of its low budget and… that’s about it, really.
Tag: Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Slapping American norms onto a Japanese setting. Isn’t that what they call “cultural appropriation”?
Video game adaptations tend to be awful, and this low-budget thing with a D-grade cast is bound to be bad, right? Of course it is.
This one is so embarrassingly bad, it’s not anywhere campy enough to be watchable.
It’s a movie based on a video game that, shockingly enough, isn’t that awful.