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Botched is about an American thief in Russia (Stephen Dorff) who teams up with two Russian brothers to rob a highrise. They soon get trapped by who they think are the cops but when heads starting flying off and people start getting hacked they realize they've made a mistake.
While trying to devise a plan of escape the three robbers meet up with an elevator of people who they take hostage. After that some of the hostages are picked off one by one by a crazed barbarian serial killer and from there this cute comedy springs some surprising and hilarious twists.
I was shocked I enjoyed this movie because I didn't expect much. I love to laugh and this film got some good chuckles from me. It's not award-winning material of course but it keeps you entertained. This is one of those films just to watch to pass the time. I caught it on cable and if something better had been on I wouldn't have watched it but being a Stephen Dorff fan (even though his movies are horrible), I gave it a try.
Anyone who has followed Dorff's career might agree that Botched is definitely not one of his worst films. In fact it's the best he's made in a while. I loved seeing him in a comedic role. He has a sort of sexy, dry humor thing happening and maybe he should venture more into comedy from now on.
The movie is fast-paced and the characters are all interesting. Some are stereotypical but that's the beauty of them.
So if you're looking for a film that's sure to be a little fun then Botched might be up your alley. Just don't expect too much.
The most unfortunate aspect of Botched is the title describes the execution. It's a poor attempt at the horror/comedy blend where the horror isn't scary and the comedy isn't funny. Throw in disco lights and a few Scooby Doo chase scenes to make it worse. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention an atrocious, tone-def, misfiring score. It's Addam's Family, carnival, Italian restaurant, Benny Hill, and Tetris theme song all rolled into one. Worst score in movie history.
For whatever reason the movie is set in Russia, where all of the actors aside from the perpetually dramatic Dorff butcher Russian accents filled with inaccuracies and inconsistencies. Speaking of butchering, look for the Ed Gein inspired wallpaper midway through the film; it's the fraction that's even remotely creepy. As for funny, there's a cheap fart scene. If you're considering watching this travesty, I'd recommend treating it like gas: pass it.
makes no sense at all almost from the very start. Things occur for no reason, and there
is no consistency of setting or character. It's just Let's do this here and Let's do that
there. It's neither entertaining nor interesting, and it's badly directed and very
cheap-looking. One of the worst films ever.
However, upon watching Stephen Dorff's Botched, I think I am being fair when I say that this was a horrible script surrounded by a great cast and intense execution. What does that really mean? I'm not too sure, but I'll sure as hell try to explain it.
Botched, directed by newcomer Kit Ryan and written by Derek Boyle, Eamon Friel, and Raymond Friel, introduces us to Ritchie Donovan, a professional thief with a streak of bad luck(played by Stephen Dorff of SFW and Blade fame). Our first contact with Ritchie displays a twice-bumbled jewel heist, of which Ritchie's employer, probable Russian mob boss Mr. Groznyi, is quite unhappy with. To redeem himself, Ritchie is given one last job, to steal a cross from a family living on the penthouse floor of a building in Moscow. With the help of brothers Peter and Yuri, the job goes bad, and the three felons are caught on the 13th floor(inferred) of the building with a group of apparently innocent bystanders, a security guard, and some Dungeons & Dragons fanatic with a real sword.
Hilarity ensues. Or at least is supposed to.
I will be fair: this film never asks to be taken seriously. There are a few memorable scenes that make sure we remember this, one which includes the use of disco lights and music, another at the end that almost makes the whole movie worthwhile.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gather your friends and alcohol (or whatever is your thing, I don't judge) and prepare to laugh.
This is one of the movies that seems so bad you have to watch it a... Read more
A silly, fun, scary movie. Seems hard to pull off, but they did it. It is very high up there in among some of my favorite movies. Give a watch, you will see.Published 20 months ago by Satin Bow
From the very first minute this movie lived up to it's name . Just when you thought nothing else could go wrong, something else would! Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by Luz E. White
This movie is pretty cheesy, but I have to agree that it was entertaining. Not a movie that people can take seriously but certainly can entertain horror fans. Read morePublished on April 27, 2013 by Douglas Quaid
Arrived sooner than expected I've seen this movie once and decided to send it as a gift to someone else.Published on February 25, 2013 by Letitia Lindsey
I really don't get why people don't like this movie. Its a good horror/comedy. But this movie is funny and highly entertainingPublished on June 4, 2012 by rebecca
Well I gave this movie a chance because I am a big fan of guts and horror movies. As well as some comedy/horror films. This one had a chance until the "crazed" killer is shown. Read morePublished on May 24, 2012 by eny2002
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