I saw the trailer to this and it appealed to me. I like both the main actors. They have proved they are good. But this film doesn't take long before your realise it is a little cheap. Questionable dialogue and poor cinematography. The story is neither here or there. I have seen worse. But the way it is executed just leaves you wondering if this was a student project. The build up to the climax is clumsy and made me chuckle a few times. Abigail is a fine actress but this film did nothing to help her. She just wasn't convincing in this role. Especially if I compare next to the film: Hannah. So in summary; Weak story, poor production, bad cinematography and failed direction that lets the actors down. Not recommended.
Final Girl (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie
Final Girl (2015) 1080P
A man teaches a young woman how to become a complete weapon. 13 years later, at 18 she will approach a group of sadistic teens who killed blonde women for unknown reasons. The hunting season begins.
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The Synopsis for Final Girl (2015) 1080p
A psychological thriller about a beautiful teen girl new to town who is lured out to the woods by a group of senior boys to be the victim in their final initiation. Taught by her trainer, William, to be a lethal weapon, she turns the hunters into the hunted with a level of perversity far beyond anything they could have ever imagined.
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The Reviews for Final Girl (2015) 1080p
It should be good, but not very well madeReviewed byDJ GrahamVote: 3/10
I don't why people are expecting a lot from this as it clearly is a B movie. In the scenes in the forest at night there is big bright lights which you can tell are studio lamps. I felt it was a good story myself. I got up during the movie and it certainly isn't one of those movies you miss the beginning and you have no idea what is going on. The feature of the film was definitely the scenes of Abigail Breslin fighting in a cocktail dress. If you don't like Abigail Breslin or just generally hate on women who have a lot of bust showing in movies then this movie probably isn't for you.
There is something about hunted-to-hunter films that gets my adrenaline pumping. Final Girl is no exception.It is an entertaining movie for the aforementioned reason yet it has a few imperfections that prevent it from being even more entertaining. The premise is simple: four male thrill-killers place would-be female victims in a "game" scenario in order to experience the thrill of the chase. Most of their quarries end up dead except for their latest "victim," Veronica. It turns out that Veronica has been training for that one moment since childhood thanks to the mentoring of the man whose wife and child the quartet killed several years back. She uses her survival skills to turn the tables on the hunters and ends their killing spree once and for all. The story is straightforward enough, with the rationale behind the thrill-killing at least partially (though not satisfactorily) explained. The action scenes are decently done and believable enough. For me, the highlights of the film lie in two scenes: one, where the quartet come face to face with their worst fears after Veronica drugs them; two, when Veronica attempts to "seduce" her teacher in the beginning only to be rebuffed. Speaking of the character, Abigail Breslin does a decent job of portraying her assassin-type character. This is the first action- oriented role I've seen her in and she handles it acceptably well. However, the way that she handles it is the film's greatest strength and also its greatest weakness. I've seen how Breslin handled her roles in Ender's Game and Maggie, and I looked forward to seeing how she handled this one. The good part about her portrayal is that she got the innocence, girl-next- door and fear portions down pat. Given her previous performances, it's no surprise at all. The problem came in during the other scenes when she had to play the role of assassin. This, in my opinion, is where the movie could have been improved. In other words, Breslin was really good at the good girl parts, so much so that the assassin and seductress parts got left behind somewhat. There was noticeably less "oomph" when she had to switch from good girl mode to assassin mode or seductress mode. Her mentor and her assailants in the film looked more natural in their roles than she did in hers. In all fairness to her, she looked like she was doing her best to be willful and deadly and menacing during the scenes when those qualities were called for. However, she still looked like she was groping about a little when trying to get the nuances of her character right. It may be that that was intentional and she was doing her best to act in a way that looked like she was unsure of herself (it was her character's acid test, after all). However it is also possible that she is simply not completely suited for or not used to an assassin-huntress role of that type and she is still finding her way. In any case, I still enjoyed the movie and found it decently entertaining, if a bit predictable. Breslin's character portrayal isn't exactly at La Femme Nikita level yet, yet she can hold her own in an action film. I know that, with a little more practice, she can nail the nuances of a similar character down eventually in the future.