Remmy’s Review of Prodigy

Prodigy March 13, 2018, rated MA. First, do not confuse this with the 2019 movie The Prodigy. This is a psychological trauma movie that was very deep, Sci-fi. Not sure what was sci-fi about it, but oh well.

Let me give you a little background. I have been afraid, traumatized by a red-haired girl since I was four years old. She was my teenage cousin, and during this movie, it all came back to me. So in my defense, I see anyone, boy or girl, with red hair I think several things, demons, monsters, death.

Steven suggested we watch this and the first thing I saw was that red hair, evil incarnate. OK, I will watch it, but that is as far as it goes. After watching it, I wanted to do the review. After the first few minutes, I found out the evil incarnate was locked up in a government security facility as if that would help, which it doesn’t. Evil incarnate could escape at any point she wanted, that is how evil is.

I knew none of the actors/tresses and it wouldn’t matter I would give it a whopping -3 stars from the get-go. However, much to my surprise I thought I would be fair. The girl, very dangerous evil, was slated to be put down and then they were going to dissect her to find out what caused it all. GOOD JOB I couldn’t have thought any different. But that alone sparked my attention, why would someone with so much evil power allow themselves to be killed and dissected? I actually expected that they would kill her and during the dissection, her true self would come out. Oddly the girl wasn’t fighting that. She knew what was going to happen and evil was just going to let it go at that. Odd.

I was wrong about this movie (not so girls and boys with red hair it will take more than one movie to change that, after all Dallas Bryce Howard was in two Jurassic world movies and ruined them both.) EVIL

I will let you decide. I give this movie 4 our of 5 stars.

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2 thoughts on “Remmy’s Review of Prodigy

  1. Steven Fritchie

    Although this was classified as science fiction, I saw it more as a psychological drama. I don’t have a dislike of red hair, so, unlike Remmy, I don’t see that as the symbol of the girl’s evil. I just assume this was the director’s choice.
    The pace of the movie was good and there was some action. The film, however, was nothing spectacular so I wouldn’t watch it again. I give it 3.5 stars out of 5.

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