Jeruzalem

2015

Action / Horror / Thriller / War

20
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 64%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 46%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 6684

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sheisavirgo 8 / 10

I want to hate this movie so bad, BUT...argggh

I just needed an outlet so that I can rant!!! So, As another reviewer said above, I created an account just to review this movie, something I have never done before. Ok, the Glass seemed pretty cool at first; however, Sarah took it way past the point of cool to straight up annoying. Somehow I wished that Sarah died in a plane crash to Tel-Aviv, but I suppose then we wouldn't have the lovely Rachel now would we? I feel so betrayed, but yet so entertained simultaneously. This chic Sarah irritated me the entire time, but every time I tried to disengage myself from the movie, for some strange odd reason I was still intrigued. I was very attracted to Rachel, and Keven, and Omar. Sarah yelled Kevin's name so much that I soon lost interest in him sadly. Not only was Sarah annoying, but come to think of it, her dad was too, and Drake, Rachel's "boyfriend". If it wasn't for Sarah bratty tale, perhaps I would've given this movie 10 stars instead. I mean like seriously, wasn't her dad freaking annoying? Like both of them together suffer from anxiety. As long as I watch movies, I don't ever want to see this Sarah character in another film...EVER! But it was worth watching....see what I'm sayin..? I'm totally confused!

Reviewed by Andariel Halo 7 / 10

i often think of it long after watching, which is good enough

Despite the stylized Z in the title, possibly to hang on to World War Z's brief popularity, this has seemingly nothing to do with zombies.

overall this was a fun movie of the "found footage" genre in the form of a live first person Google Glass type thing the main character wears throughout. Maybe it's just a case of me being fascinated by a Jewish film, but I loved the look of the film and the ancillary characters, like the Palestinian hotel owner who accompanies them and his son Omar, and the brief fight he gets into with an IDF soldier later on in the midst of the Horror breakout, or the drunk guy playing King David.

the film wisely keeps its horror elements largely out of site, not letting it linger on screen long enough for us to make out much detail and lose its shock factor, or for us to tell when the CG is bad.

my only problem with the film is the cold open start, which I feel could've been done a whole lot shorter or with less "religious apocalypse" stuff. It kind of breaks immersion when that whole sequence ends up using an old Creepypasta picture of a skeletal mummy-type smiling figure which was long ago exposed as being a Halloween decoration taken in dim lighting.

One thing which I found cute is that, while the main characters are American tourists, they are all played by Israeli actors, so every once in a while their accent slips. The character Kevin in particular seems to have his accent slip the most, sometimes becoming this odd mix of native American and Canadian accent that most seems to happen when he shouts or tries to slur certain syllables like an American would, not fully enunciating certain syllables

Reviewed by nmfsd 2 / 10

Multiple previous movies crammed into a b-grade cliché

This starts of with an introduction of video glasses and their profound technology, which only tries to explain why this movie is going to make you throw up. Why the glasses were made, used, or given to the the main star is probably because she is hideous. It uses a first person "found footage" film perspective, which is so overused by horror movies now. Then it gets even more cliché by not giving any sort of character study. Instead, two generic American girls go to Israel and "JeruZalem"... lame. They meet guys, party, and have dumb conversations. Finally, when an actual plot is introduced, elements of other movies start to run their course. Take Cloverfield, Blair Witch, Rec, and blurry images of "I am Legend" and then make it abominable, to the point where all the good aspects of those movies are ruined by terrible acting, low budget effects, zero reasoning, and predictable direction. Don't wast your time. There aren't any redeemable aspects, nor are there any interesting or pretty stars.

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