Tarot

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    Anna BogutskayaEmpire Magazine
    Tarot is a personality-less horror that doesn’t overly concern itself with either character or plot. It’s here to deliver one thing and one thing only: cool kills.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    This one's not playing with a full deck and cribs too often from better horror franchises.
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    Alison ForemanindieWire
    Cohen and Halberg manage an admirable faith in their own movie -- delivering consistently delightful kills in a soapy story that doesn't seem insecure until the very end.
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    Matthew JacksonAV Club
    It’s trying to be everything at once, and ends up feeling flimsy, empty, and again, very, very frustrating.
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    Benjamin LeeGuardian
    Flashes of competence are not enough to distract from a sense of crushing pointlessness, more watery slop served up lukewarm for undemanding Friday night horror fans, who really ought to be demanding so much more.
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    William BibbianiTheWrap
    There’s an honesty to this kind of pop filmmaking that’s easy to admire, even if it doesn’t necessarily make the actual movie any better.
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    Nestor BentancorNestor Cine Desde Hollywood
    The archetypical characters in this by-the-numbers flick are thinner than the tarot cards. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Erick EstradaCinegarage
    The screenplay is vacuous and superficial... [Full review in Spanish]
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    Miguel CalabriaEscribiendoCine
    Its unstable and predictable script does not evoke any emotion, destroying any possibility of experiencing terror or fear. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Sarah VincentSarah G Vincent Views
    “Tarot” is an aggravating film because it feels crafted to appeal to the broadest commercial audience&#59; thus no one.
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