Mr. Jones (2014) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Mr. Jones (2014)

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  • Release Date:  2014
  • Genre:  Slasher
  • Director:  Karl Mueller
  • Screenwriter:  Karl Mueller
  • Cast & Crew: Jon Foster, Sarah Jones, Mark Steger, Faran Tahir, Stanley B. Herman, Ethan Sawyer, and Jordan Byrne.

Mr. Jones (2014) Rating:

  • Eloise = 5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 5 / 10;
  • IMDB = 4.7/10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 1.9/10.

Mr. Jones (2014) Synopsis:

After spending a couple of months in the woods, a young couple comes across the notorious sculptures of Mr. Jones, a mysterious artist that no one has ever meet.

Mr. Jones (2014) Review:

Mr. Jones is the first movie by Karl Mueller (who wrote The Divide). This found footage film follows the journey of a young couple in love as they accidentally come across Mr. Jones, an intriguing character who is best described as a mix between the Blair witch and Bansky, the mysterious street artist. He alone makes the movie worth watching.

Discovering and learning about this Mr. Jones is fascinating, making the first half of the movie very exciting. The movie starts slowly, but the tension gradually picks up and it quickly becomes very creepy. The way the film is shot is clever, using very interesting shots to makes it look like a hallucination.

Things change halfway through the movie as the pace accelerate and the action becomes very confusing. From this point on, Mr. Jones feels more like a giant nightmare from which you never wake up: hypnotic, incoherent and mesmerizing. Unfortunately, all of that nightmarish stuff goes on for too long and, with nothing concrete to hang on, and the audience will eventually start to lose interest in the movie. It kinds of feels like a video clip instead.

Towards the end, the constant flashing and shaky camera even gave me a headache. All this sad because the first hour is really good and it could have been a much better movie if it wasn’t for an excess of chaos. I think I could have handled the movie just fine if the ending was giving a minimum explanation, instead of this nonsensical ending.

Mr. Jones is one of these wannabes mysterious movie – but ends up being a disappointment instead.

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