Mary Poppins Returns
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...once the actual exorcism commences you should find yourself reasonably invested in Emma's dilemma and will actually care how it ends.
What can be learned from Exorcismus? When left to their own devices, financial economists don't typically make very good screenwriters.
While it had its moments, and while the performances, especially from Vavasseur, were borderline exceptional, the movie itself is just far too routine and familiar to achieve the thrills and chills it is going for.
Not even a few third act plot contortions can salvage the flick from its fairly shameless intent to color within the established lines.
Started out pretty good, but went downhill. Not the worst, but I am mad that it gave me hope...then took it away. Oh well....
The bad thing about movies is that the issue exorcism is worn, there is nothing new in this film is a bit boring.
"La Posesión de Emma Evans" is a dark film of horror with a quite predictable story like all possession movies BUT without spoiling the anything it has something fresh in the story that makes it worth checking.
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