Watch: Sugar 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – Two influencers find themselves on a luxury cruise through the Caribbean and South Pacific. But as the mirage of their online personas starts clashing with their real-life ambitions, a battle of wills threatens to tear them apart..
Plot: Inspired by the dramatic true story of the Cocaine Cowgirls, Sugar follows two young Canadian women who get caught up in a major drug smuggling operation aboard a luxury cruise ship sailing around the world. With nowhere to run—the walls close in on them.
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This is a real stinker, avoid at all cost!
1 Star. I would give 0 Stars, but the rating system won’t allow it.
How bad can a movie get?
Answer: THIS bad. Actually cant get any worse even if you wanted it.
This movie is insanely terrible. That was an hour and forty-one minutes of visual torture. I can’t believe I actually put myself through that. It’s a movie about some bloggers partying on a cruise ship in south America.
Writers/directors should get ONE chance at a project. If they create something like this, and show themselves to be completely without talent, they should NEVER be allowed to make another film. Nobody should fund them. Nobody should go see anything they produce. The writer/director should give up on their “arty” delusion and go get a normal job.
A missed opportunity, big-time.
This film is a prime example of shabby, lazy and incompetent filmmaking. Co-writer and director Vic Sarin ruined what could’ve easily been a decent viewing experience, with his amateur-hour directing, choppy editing, and a screenplay riddled with plot holes and technical issues. Scenes came out of nowhere and/or ended abruptly with zero rhyme or reason. It’s like they were randomly taped together after passing through a shredder. There was so much information missing in many scenes, while many others were questionable as to why they were even filmed. This felt like a really terrible made-for-TV Lifetime movie. The 101 min runtime wasn’t used effectively. Even with the fairly decent pacing, it still felt long and dragged out with the incohesive scenes and lack of proper narrative flow. Sarin also failed to direct his cast properly, as most seemed like it was their first acting job. The only convincing character was Chloe played by Katherine McNamara. It’s a huge missed opportunity, because the story sure has appeal, but too bad the execution failed the story. It’s a very generous 5/10 from me, mostly for the cast who I’m sure tried their best with what they had to work with, and the decent scenic views at the various ports.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min)
Genre Crime, Drama
Director Vic Sarin
Writer Ben Johnstone, Annelies Kavan, Vic Sarin
Actors Katherine McNamara, Jasmine Sky Sarin, Éric Bruneau
Country Canada, Mexico
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