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The Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo makes funny, fantastical, Frankenstein-like films that playfully combine small-scale with big-concept.She awakes to see news reports of a monster attack in Seoul. Later, she realizes with horror that the monster has her mannerisms (a particular way of scratching its head) and there's a strange coincidence between its regular appearances (always at 8:05 a.m.) and whenever Gloria steps onto a nearby playground.Most interesting is the turn that comes for Sudeikis' Oscar, whose old flame for Gloria is more sinister than you'd expect. This is the movie's more clever twist, but it feels less organic than it ought to – just a convenient way to lead up to the required monster melee climax.
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