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Predictable and listlessly paced, Innocence is guilty of wasting its audience's time and money.
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Innocence, adapted from Jane Mendelsohn's novel, boasts a wicked setup, some strong performances, several gloriously bloody spook-out images, and a movie-wrecking hypoglycemic listlessness.
A movie of such snowballing stupidity that it's a wonder the actors could keep straight faces while shooting it (outtakes, please!).
Takes a machine-gun approach to filmmaking, spraying the audience with as many genres, storylines, themes, and cliches as possible, hoping one will stick.
There's not much of a payoff, as this tepid film telegraphs its mild punches from several miles away.
When you consider the source material, the film's flaws become too great to ignore.
Moves to the formulaic beats of the second-rate TV movie, albeit one cloaked in an ultra-glossy sheen.
By the finale, Innocence succumbs to the weight of its lack of originality, but for viewers who are open to more of the same so long as it's decently done, it's acceptable fare with a bit of flair.
So boring that the main character is sleepwalking her way through the clichés.
The student suicide rate is a dab on the high side in the tepid teen thriller, "Innocence."
Tiresome and incoherent - don't bother...
Paranormal YA-based teen thriller is creepy and forgettable.
Since it teases viewers to the point of frustration, by the time you figure out the secret behind the paranormal happenings, you probably won't care.
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