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Constantine

GENE

SNICK

 GORDY

Gene the
                                Barber

Snick the
                                Sidekick

Gordie the
                                Barber

CONSTANTINE

 


Incredible special effects and provocative camera work highlight this tale of good and evil, based on the Hellblazer comic book series.

Keanu Reeves' monotonous tones guide us through a modern-day Dante's Inferno with a plot so weird, one can only hope that everything will turn out OK in the end.

Constantine is a supernatural thriller that looks intriguing at the start, then pretty much goes to hell.

This story about God, devils, angels, and black magic left me confused and suspicious.

I thought it was silly.

The movie didn't seem to have any real interest in its own subject matter, which in the end was mostly an overload of angel and devil wrestling.


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