‘Cocaine Bear’ Review: They Really Didn’t Understand the Assignment

Cocaine Bear
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  1. Fredrick Beondo says:

    1) Had been looking forward to this one, for reasons very similar to yours, but for now, my wanted double feature of this and Blood And Honey is on hold.
    2) You may have hit it right on the nose, that the trailer seems to have all the good bits that are meant to draw you to see the movie, which we *are* kind of used to by now, but again, it seems to have promised more than it delivers, by your review.
    3) re: M3gan: If I may make a heartfelt suggestion, when the Blu-Ray is mastered, *please* give the option to skip *that* opening commercial. It is the only blemish on one of the best horror movies I’ve seen in years. I DO understand why it’s there, foreboding/shadowing and plot point/device, but I didn’t think it could be possible to outtreacle those infamous Sarah McLachlan infomercials from the late 90’s/early aughts. Someone said it was an homage to the in-film ads in the original RoboCop, which I can see, but I just found it jarring compared to the darker tone the rest of the movie had. Personal opinion.

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