Starved 2002 Horror Movie Review
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Although I gave this film 2 stars and didn’t like it as a whole, it did have some interesting moments. I think that if the director didn’t include the B-storyline of the friend looking for Monica, it would’ve been a better film. The acting was pretty bad on that side of things.
I would’ve liked the film to have focused on the dynamics between the man and Monica. I will also say that the ending was a little abrupt for me. I know this film was “based on true events”, which makes it pretty tragic. But what I found more tragic is that the story wasn’t presented to the viewer better.
About Starved (2002)
Lee Anne Beaman, Jamie Hagan, Toni Zobel, Hal Adams,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)Runtime:
90 minutesDirector: Guy Crawford Yvette Hoffman,
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