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I had HUGE expectations… not as frightening as i’d hope…
Another one of those fake/faux documentaries to add to the list… A supernatural horror where a “REAL” The Exorcist (1973) is captured on film.
The discussions about possession/exorcisms/rites was interesting. The dialogue could have used more work though. The pace of the investigation was a bit tiresome.
“Performing exorcisms without the church’s permission” – You know you’re fucked.
Medication, psychology and religion.
Acting wise, they all did well and Fernanda Andrade was convincing enough. The nun! oh boy… The frights and freak-outs were respectable. The content of the film was intriguing enough to keep viewers interested.
WARNING: Prepare yourselves for shaky camera work. And Shrieking.
It’s a 50/50 film. Love it, hate it – it’s in the genre. You know it’s fake. Sit back and appreciate the effort in selling a “fake/real” film.
And in the end, we’ve seen it all before.
The BEST exorcism flick i’ve seen as of late has got to be The Rite (2011).
What’s Your Number (2011)
A romantic comedy based on the novel “20 Times a Lady” by Karyn Bosnak.
Anna Faris is back with some laughs and sexiness. It’s an adult relationship comedy with some “laughable” realities some of us have faced. Douchebags, bitches and those in-between.
OH, The men in her life! Joel McHale, Zachary Quinto and Chris Pratt play a few of the questionable male specimen douches in this flick. BUT Andy Samberg takes the cake! That “face”. Hilarious every time!
Leading man Chris Evans brings his swagger and comedic stylings once again. The man is a comedian, no doubt about it. He can sell funny, even in a serious role. He looks friendly, and maybe that’s the hook.
Pleasant, funny and light. Not bad for a film like many others. Predictable and yet entertaining. Moms and girls will like this, dunno about grandma…
It’s a dumb movie. This could have been a “fail” but the strong cast and clean flow helped this be an “ok” in my books. Anna Faris has always made me happy in my pants.