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The Bonesetter- Review By: Roger Moore


The Bonesetter- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: Brett Kelly

Written By: Brett Kelly

Score: Technical: 25, Story: 50, Acting: 10, Overall Score: 28%

One hundred years ago, an evil bonesetter was killed for his crimes against children. Now in the present a single mother and a shy librarian whom have had their children stolen, must discover who is behind a rash of child abductions, is the Bonesetter back to finish his depraved work?

With a low budget Brett Kelly wrote, directed and stared in this film and rightfully so he should.  But it lacked big time, I don’t know what to say about this film, I guess it was good that they tried to hide the Canadian accents, but there was a moment where it slipped thru.

Receiving no skipped beats on the Roger Moore movie scale, this is definitely not a film I will be watching again, Brett Kelly has talent but this is not where he displayed it.  With a unique filming style his own with a better camera and a better acting staff this story could have been a good one, I guess everyone has to start somewhere.  I am not really looking forward to his next work, but I will watch it just to see if he does a better job.  As always be afraid, be very afraid.

The Bonesetter

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