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Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese have managed to create a fun post-apocalyptic caper, and even more impressively: they manage to surprise. From the opening moments onward, the directors pile on the brutality. What exposition there is is nasty, and the main reason we start to like Molly is that she's the only one who acts normal; everyone she meets is either a deranged zombie or a sociopathic killer. Like with Turbo Kid two years ago, ingenuity is the name of the game here. It helps that Julia Batelaan makes for an engaging and charismatic lead. De-glamorized on purpose (the glasses help), she looks nothing like a superhero, and that makes it all the more special when you see her stumble, push, shoot, stab and stomp through scores of villains. --Screen Anarchy
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The film centers on Molly (Julia Batelaan) a loner and scavenger. She has flashbacks to where she was experimented upon and escaped from...? She looks like she was part of the Ester Blueburger fight club.
The basic plot is to capture Molly and make her into an unbeatable supplicant fighter.
The fight choreography was slow, awkward, and at times a laugh. Molly fights all the time and only once loses her glasses. Seriously, no one who wanted to kill her punched her in her glasses. She was not credible pinning a person down and giving them headbutts. I guess nerdy girls need pit bull role models too.
The ending leads us to believe there will be another one.
Guide: Brief nudity (Julia Batelaan) No sex. No swearing that I recall. 2 1/2 stars
If you're into kids acting out a school play with a decent camera, then you'll be happy. If you're looking for a decent movie, move along.
I'm doing my best to finish it, but it's not easy.