Hornet (2018) is a English movie. James Kondelik,Jon Kondelik has directed this movie. Shellie Sterling,Madison West,Mark Valeriano,Sallieu Sesay are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Hornet (2018) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
When an alien race invades and begins to brainwash humans to carry out acts of destruction, the rest of humanity must rely on an untested giant robot to save the Earth.
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Hornet (2018) Reviews
Really stupid film
This is one box-of-rocks dumb film. Badly written and directed, badly scripted, badly acted. This flem has absolutely no redeeming factors. The lines are the most cliche, sophomoric slop I have heard in quite some time. So bad I stopped the film halfway through... and it's amazing it lasted that long. This is pure tripe, uncooked, unflavored... a completely inexcusable movie. I have never see a worse portrayal of pee-your-pants scared grown adults that couldn't survive their way out of a puppy attack. Seriously, this is lame. And that's all the review this slop-fest gets.
Bad script, bad actors, bad movie
This is by far the worse rip off of a movie that I have ever seen. There is simply nothing of substance in this movie worth saying. Avoid, run away, dont even let kids watch it.
A movie fail
This movie sort of starts out okay, but quickly becomes a piece of rubbish. Apart from the really bad acting and a completely obvious CG hornet, the movie suddenly veers off into a question/answer session with an unrelated interrogation of one of the main characters by some government agent. There is no alien invasion to speak of, just a vague notion that something is up with the local people and that there is a device in the sky. The movie description, "When an alien race invades and begins to brainwash humans to carry out acts of destruction, the rest of humanity must rely on an untested giant robot to save the Earth.", is totally not related to this movie!
When amateur hour invades
Odd mildly watchable effort aside, The Asylum's near-universally maligning is more than well deserved. Despite a vast majority of their films being weak or worse, many are irredeemably terrible, there is something compulsive about their badness and the curiosity as to whether they are capable of churning out a film that rises above okay. To me they have done, but very, very sporadically. 'Hornet', feeling very much derivative to the point of being a rip-off of the relatively recent 'Bumblebee' though actually released before to capitalise upon it (with the advertising there can be some very understandable confusion), is another one of their irredeemably terrible efforts. Many people hate the 'Transformers' films and 'Bumblebee' has its detractors too, but watching 'Hornet' people may find themselves appreciating those films more, certainly did so myself. Regardless of any flaws those films have, and oh there are plenty, they are nowhere near as many in quantity or as large in quality in comparison to this thing. It's a cheap looking film for starters. Found the found footage, for me that is so overused in film and has often been executed poorly, look of the filming excessive in use and nausea-inducing when looking at it. Watched the film not reading any reviews beforehand and not expecting that, and as someone with epilepsy it made me uncomfortable, but continued to watch in order to be fair to the film. The photography and the haphazard editing just looked so amateurish and rendered some of what is going on incoherent, it looks drab too. The special effects for the titular character are very cheap and very obvious in look with inconsistent size and height and very sloppy movement. The titular character too is not a compelling one with very little personality and is not used very well. Music is little more than a repetitive intrusive slog and there is no competence at all in the direction. None of the human characters have anything interesting or distinct about it and some of it even grate. Also having to spout some of the most cliched, dumbest, blandest and stilted gobbledegook in any of The Asylum's films and of any film in recent years. The acting has no character at all and it looked very half-hearted. There is absolutely nothing thrilling, tense, suspenseful, emotionally investable or fun about the story, or what little there was of it. What the film promises in its summary has barely any screen time and makes no impression whatsoever. The predictability may have been forgivable if the film was actually engaging let alone exciting but it fails to be either, with a severely undercooked final 20 minutes that should have excited and instead fizzles completely, and even coherence is not always a strong suit and that's putting it lightly. Pacing is incredibly dull throughout, with no signs of any real energy, and descends far too early into intelligence-insulting ridiculousness. Complete with unintentional humour because of the excessive cheese and increasingly irritating and illogical character behaviours that makes one endear to them even less in a film with not one interesting or rootable character. It may have been slightly entertaining at first but got tiring as the film limped along with everything being executed so blandly and half-heartedly, like no effort was being made. The very sparse action is far from thrilling, confusingly choreographed, performed with no real engagement or ease with it, sloppy editing and a pedestrian pace. Concluding, terrible. 1/10
Warning, do not watch this movie. On iTunes, the headline of the film is Bumblebee, on IMDB it is called Hornet. BIG difference. Waste of money. Bad casting and script. The Blair Witch Project-filming throughout the whole movie is just annoying.