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Logan Paul’s new movie has an impressively low score on IMDB

Published: 22/Oct/2018 22:39 Updated: 22/Oct/2018 23:16

by Mitch Reames

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Logan Paul, the older brother of Jake Paul who has found himself embroiled in controversy multiple times over the past year, has released a new movie to a lackluster response.

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Titled “The Thinning: A New World Order,” Paul plays Blake Redding, the main character of the movie.

Currently, the movie has a rating of 3.6 on IMDB which would make it the 60th worst rated film on the site, alongside movies like “Jaws 3D” and “The Flinstones in Viva Rock Vegas.”

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Logan’s reputation precedes him in some of the reviews, but reviews based around Paul go both directions.

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User Apoorvpatole rated it 1/10 and said: “Logan Paul’s acting skills can very much be compared to a sloth dying of constipation.”

But at the same time user Shaik – 74302 rated it 10/10 and said: “Awesome movie . Logan Paul is a superb actor. They should release this movie into theatres. Haters gonna hate cuz Logan is A kid works day and night . #Logang4lyf”

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While there are definitely some in-depth positive reviews, some users called into question the accounts who posted positive reviews as possibly fake.

BananaHeads rated the video 1/10 and said “The first four 9/10 star reviews are all from brand new users with only one review, yep, this mess of a film. It’s so obvious it’s laughable. At what point is IMDB going to do something about this. It’s unfair to everyone.”

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This movie is the sequel to “The Thinning,” a similar movie released in 2016 that also starred Paul and Peyton List, an actress best known for her roles in “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” and the Disney Channel series “Jessie.”

This movie was released as a YouTube original and prospective viewers will have to have a subscription to YouTube Premium to judge for themselves.