The Black Dalhia Worst Film Essay

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Music and Movies

 

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Ralph H

 

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February 19, 2014

 

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University

 

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For about 90 minutes, it moves at a fast pace, the movie is flowing but with just a few minor rapids, then as the end approaches, it goes into a freefall over a waterfall and lands with a crash. The ending is so complicated that it requires not just one but two explanation scenes and, even after those, we're still not sure how everything fits together...
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