Verdict: 0.5 / 5
There are times when I have to wonder how a select few movies are made. I don’t mean the actual filming process, but how they are greenlit in the first place. Nurse (Nurse 3D) is one of these movies. I watched it several evenings ago and I’m still scratching my head as to how this movie actually exists.
Okay, let me try to wrap my head around the story. A young woman, Danni, has graduated some sort of nursing course and is now working at All Saint’s Hospital – the most generically named hospital there is. The establishment also only seems to hire attractive, young nurses and a sassy black woman. Danni is taken under the wing of nurse Abby Russell, who seems to be a head nurse, but she’s not.
There are a lot of problems in the hospital. For starters, Danni freaks out when she sees two bodies being wheeled in – surely she would have already done time at the hospital before graduating and would be used to this sort of thing? It’s as if the writer watched Scrubs on an acid trip. I digress.
As it turns out, Abby is a psychopath and loves murdering people. Abby date rapes Danni and becomes obsessive over her. She has some sort of warped sense of morality due to killing her father and serving time in a mental institution – it’s like Dexter, but extremely terrible and nothing like Dexter at all. It’s a movie that contains more inaccuracies than South African parliament.
Abby eventually goes on a killing spree throughout the hospital, but everyone is too incompetent to stop her. This includes police officers brandishing firearms. There is a lot more violence in the final act of Nurse 3D, but it’s laughable with what looks to be strawberry jam blood.
Every character’s acting is laughable and the music is… well, I didn’t really notice a music track at all. There must have been one in there somewhere. Maybe.
There’s just not much I can say about Nurse 3D other than stay away at all costs.