‘Do Revenge’ Honest Review Of The Netflix Movie
“Do Revenge,” a vengeance-driven comedy about friendship, is as close to 1980s and 1990s high school movies as “Scream” was to post-Halloween slasher pictures
It is a collection of references and sometimes tediously self-deprecating humors.
This seems to be meant to let the viewer know that the filmmakers are aware of your intentions.
The film blends all its influences to create a unique movie that fully commits to its vision of highschool as a charmingly costumed, art-directed snake pit full of sadists who enjoy causing pain and embarrassment to others.
Jennifer Kaytlin Robinson, director-cowriter, borrowed the most cheeky plot from Alfred Hitchcock’s “Strangers on a Train,” where....
coldblooded killer entices a stranger “swap” murders so that the police assume the killings are random