Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller
THE SCRIBBLER follows Suki (Katie Cassidy), a young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using "The Siamese Burn," an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being "cured," she's haunted by a thought - what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her?
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April 30, 2017 at 02:53 PM
The filming is okay, the rest is garbage.
The Scribbler only gets three stars from me for the way of filming. That wasn't bad, with some nice shots. The overall makeup and costumes was also not bad so credits for those who did that job. But for the rest there isn't much good to say about The Scribbler. It all begins promising and intriguing but the further you get into the story the more you realize it's not going to be great at all. The end part is definitely the worst part. It's like they ran out of inspiration and just made up a quick ending. The cast is about okay but nothing great either. I was glad when this movie ended. The end couldn't come fast enough for me. I read somewhere on here that this could become a cult movie. I guess that reviewer would fit in this movie full of lunatics because one thing is sure and that is that The Scribbler will never become a cult movie.
Per chance, I stumbled over The Scribbler. The cinematography is very well done and the atmosphere etc. reminded me a little of The Fight Club, but after half an hour or so I was more and more detached and in the end even bored. What happened!? I guess for me the switch between the mental illness and thriller theme to the supernatural-whatever just didn't work. On top, the mid section of the movie felt overstretched to me and with too much filling material, it's like a record with a few really good songs but the rest is just fillers. In my view, the material of the story is for certain interesting and got potential but even if you got good and tasty ingredients sometimes if you put them together they just don't work out well together. Btw - someone remembers The Million Dollar Hotel (2000) with Gibson and Jovovich by Wim Wenders!? Well, you won't get superheroes there but you get also a building filled with weird characters and murder etc. Well, I will re-watch The Million Dollar Hotel - thx to The Scribbler!
Anyway, the aficionado of the unusual and weird may dare a look.
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Watch this movie and get a mental disorder for free
This is one of these movies who never reached cinemas or even local TV channels.
I'll be honest, I initially got the movie because of Sasha Grey and watched it 2017. Movie is from 2014 for reference. Sasha stared for 2 minutes total.
I know there is a bigger and deeper story behind this movie but I just don't like it. It's a story for a girl with serious mental disorder who goes into the tower with the highest suicidal rate to live with other people with mental disorders.
Random stuff happens all the time and no one remembers nothing. There are talking dogs, elevators and other talking objects. Total no sense.
*random people getting electrocuted all the time*
The movie is dark, not like a dark "dark", just the picture is dark. Directors love to make dark movies in order to use less visuals.
But there is plenty of visuals at later point. The effects remind me of the movies from late 90's.
So at the end some of the patients of the tower become superheroes lead by their disorders and there is a fight. I didn't paid much attention here since I was totally bored to death from the first 1 hour movie.
If you have epilepsy don't watch this movie.
If you have some weird fetishes (or want to have some weird fetishes) you have to watch THIS right now!