Wrong Turn

Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 17+

Dumb, bloody, pointless remake of 2003 slasher movie.

R 2021 109 minutes

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 15+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 12+

Boring, unoriginal, not thrilling or scary in the slightest,

This movie is awful from the start, if you’re sticking with it hoping it’s going to get better just don’t bother, it gets worse and more irritating with every new scene. A group of infants could think up a better storyline. There’s nothing to like or admire about a single character as yet again virtue signalling political agendas seem to take more focus then any thrill or credible theme to the story. It’s unoriginal, lazy and dull. From ridiculous decision making to an infuriating script, this is excuse of a movie is filled with plot holes and things which leave you screwing your face up in confusion. I get this isn’t meant to be a top picture but I expected even minimalistic thrill or a suspense which I didn’t get once. I was patient hoping there might be at least one scary scene, I was wrong. If you were under the age of 12 you might find this a good watch but I’d rate this zero stars if I could.
age 16+

yuh i guess kinda gory

for me i’m like really scared of forests so this one was kind of scary. I loved the story and twists, but it was sad when innocent people died. The way they died was creative, but a little bloody. Very good overall!

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Too much swearing

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