Red Lights Cinema Review

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There are several stylish moments, a few nice scenes, a trio of decent performances and a couple of good ideas in Red Lights. Yet, ultimately, it does not come across as a particularly satisfying effort – on the contrary, it feels like it has not been completely thought through; the leftfield finale coming as quite the surprise because, well, it doesn’t really make much sense, and requires one of the characters to actually talk us through the (il)logic of the twist. This is never a good sign.

However, we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Let’s go back and take a look at what went right in director Rodrigo “Buried” Cortes’s sophomore US effort, and investigate how, after a promising start, and competent first hour, everything just went downhill.

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