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I enjoyed the film and thought it was more of a drama/thriller rather than horror, but it was definitely eerie throughout and the ending gets me every time.
Dark Water Overall Dark Water gets a 10/10 because this movie has a completely different feel and it is not a Horror film at all and more of a Drama Psychological Thriller mixed with Horror Elements plus Jennifer Connelly's performance in the movie makes it even better and she also brings the film to life with her stunning performance that can interest any audience.
It suffers from the basic cliches of a horror movie (mainly jump/fake scares) but Dark Water is redeemed enough by its legitimately effective atmosphere and a good central performance from Jennifer Connelly.
super terribad. boring and a downer. pretty useless. and i realized after a while that i watched this before, probably when it first came out. but i didn't remember anything, if at all it was as it was happening. this sux (2 viewings)
Bad movie. Though I can appreciate the argument that this is a family drama and not a horror film, the fact remains this film couldn’t decide which it wanted to be and despite strong performances from its cast, especially Connelly and Reilly, it’s a dull, formulaic and unscary film.
Pretty decent suspense/haunting movie with Connelly playing a recently separated mom moving to NYC's Roosevelt Island with her young daughter, well played by Ariel Gade. The movie lays on the atmosphere without going overboard with the supernatural element. The unexpected ending really brought the film up a notch.
I've seen worse. At least the acting is solid.
It doesn't achieve the scares or the ending of the original, but it's a surprising remake with a great atmosphere. The actors are all great.
As lunatic as the Japanese original, if not more.
Like the actors but overall the movie was not good.