The Chosen full movie review - One of the worst films of the year...
Wow! Where do I begin with this mess?
Let's begin with by saying 'The Chosen' is one of the worst films I've seen all year. The acting is so bad, I had to double check to make sure this wasn't a black comedy. Kian Lawley is so wooden, he seems lost at every turn of the film, as he goes around 'marking' people after being told to by a complete stranger minutes into the film that he must sacrifice six family members. I mean, she couldn't be a complete nut job, right? Barbara Goodson is probably the worst actor/actress in the film, and if you can get through her death scene - congratulations, it only gets worse. Mykayla Sohn, although a child actress, deserves some credit, as well - she only becomes tolerable when her dialogue comes to a screeching halt. If anyone wants to remake 'Troll 2,' I'm sure she'll make a nice addition to 'Nilbog.' The random Nun that pops up once in a while is the only tolerable character in the film, but I'm fairly certain she's not really supposed to be there - more than likely a mix up in sets. There's many more bad performances to be seen here (Mykayla Sohn started talking again,) but lets move on.
The plot is also mind numbingly stupid, as this character just goes around marking people on the whim of a complete lunatic. One minute he's convinced she's crazy, and before the door closes we hear - 'Oh, well, if I wanted to mark someone...' Well, she did have an old looking book, so those people are usually legit, right? Bothered one moment by what he has to do, then seemingly enjoying it the next, he really doesn't know what the hell he's doing with his character. The entire film is a complete mess of random nonsense. You're not going to find many films worse than this in 2015.
Random Ramblings of a Madman: Now that I've seen 'The Chosen,' I'm going to have to get six people to watch it, before I'm able to move on. I'm still deciding on the ''lucky'' six.