With a title like Tsunambee, one would totally expect the film to be packed with incredible bee attacks and yet, for whatever reason, that assumption would be totally wrong. In its place, the movie is filled with various character relationships that take up most of the picture’s running time and it is to say the least, pretty disappointing. Where the filmmakers had a perfect opportunity to tell a fantastic story of giant bees attacking the population, whose sting also results in turning their victims into zombies, they instead decide to focus on other things of which the audience cares very little for. Tsunambee is an amazing title for a film. It literally tells the audience what to expect and the fact that the opportunity was passed over is shameful.
That is not to say that there are no bee attacks because there are, but it could have been so much better if that was the focus and not what sat in the backseat. The special effects were not atrocious though they could have been improved and the film does show signs of promise yet with a numerous bad plotlines, a terrible script and awful acting by the cast – there is nothing to love about this film in the slightest. Not a movie to see no matter the situation. Pass it by and live life doing something else. Anything else.
0 out of 5