Brent's Review of The Woman in Black


  • 22 months ago via Flixster
    The Woman in Black

    The Woman in Black (2012)

    Super moody and atmospheric (though maybe too much), and there's some great cinematography and set design, but the script leaves a lot of sports where it's basically just Ratcliffe chasing down jump scares up until the third act, when it's just non-stop freakiness. Still, Ratcliffe is at least good enough to prove that he may have a post-Potter film career ahead of him, and Ciaran Hinds manages to serve as a good partner for him. Despite that, though, the film mostly just plods beautifully along in a well-acted way until the final surprise at the end.

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