If you've read the 2 sentence synopsis, you've read the whole script. Awesomely bad fighting (besides totally absurd), no story, almost no dialogues. I'm not even commenting the acting. The one kind of decent actor is a guy that has like 3 lines. I was so numbed and bored I couldn't stop watching: is this for real?! Nah, something's gonna happen.This was my attitude until the end.Now I just feel insulted. I did not believe during the movie but now I do: there are actually people making movies just to see if they can waste someone's time and mock them.
Molly (2017) 720p YIFY Movie
Molly is a movie starring Julia Batelaan, Emma de Paauw, and Joost Bolt. A girl living alone in a post apocalyptic wasteland finds herself hunted down by marauders who want her to fight in their fighting pit for their entertainment.
IMDB: 5.73 Likes
The Synopsis for Molly (2017) 720p
In a post apocalyptic world where bullets have become currency and medicine is rare, a clan of marauders uses a home brewed drug to turn innocent people into rabid beasts to have them fight each other in their fighting pits for their entertainment. When their leader discovers rumors of a girl with superpowers roaming the beach near their fort, he sends his best people out to capture her. Meanwhile, the girl, Molly, has discovered a young child, living alone in a cabin in the wasteland, waiting for the return of her parents, who are probably dead. Molly has to protect the child and fight of the marauders at the same time.
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The Reviews for Molly (2017) 720p
So bad. So boring. Soooooo bad.Reviewed byisabelstamartaVote: 7/10
It feels like the kids that work at the haunted house got bored and made a movie. Dont fall for the bs reviews how this is a modern mad max. Its a solid 5 movie thats hard to watch from such terrible acting and awkward pauses.
Oh, hi, Mark.
Gorgeous production design serves the world building of this colorful Mad Max-esque magical wasteland. The fight choreography feels raw & authentic and isn't edited to bits or obscured by a shaky camera - the camera floats and moves through scenes gracefully, especially an extended fight-for-your-life climax scene that lasts nearly an uninterrupted half hour.
Everyone seems to be having a great time here, which only adds to the audiences enjoyment. I found myself deeply invested & granny widely by the end. The combination of color, action, comedy & the post-apocalyptic setting left me thinking this would be the team to call whenever Hollywood decides to do a live-action Adventure Time adaptation, but regardless of the project, I'm stoked for the next feature from Get Off the Road & Thijs Meuwese.