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While an interesting movie, in the end, it comes up short. While the ending is understandable, it could have been done with so much better flair than simply having the character explain what happened. It was a let down that made the sometimes tedium of watching the movie unsatisfying.
Went quick. To the point and some amazing acting but wasn't like life altering.
A solid movie. The script is not woven smoothly enough to be perfect, some characters could use a bit more development to make them believable, still the three lead actors alone make it worth a watch.
The ending was not a twist, but an awkward contorsion.
Um, I’m sorry, how does this not have better ratings? With the actors in it, who kept you guessing until the end of the movie about what the heck was going on, I don’t know what more you could ask for. It makes me want to watch it again now that I know the ending. Anyone who enjoys a mystery, is a skeptic, and wants a plot that hasn’t been done before- this is your movie!
Wow, so terrible. Can every possible bad movie trope be contained in one movie? Don't know, but Red Lights may have come as close as any movie, ever. Hard to believe Sigourney Weaver and Robert De Niro signed on for this garbage; Cillian Murphy's use of a baseball cap is beyond ridiculous, just glad sudden genius girlfriend played by Elizabeth Olsen figures it all out in two seconds before any more electrical disturbances ruined more lab equipment! Also, Robert De Niro flies.
weak. just weak and overblown.
Perfectly cast and well acted but this film doesn't fit neatly into any specific genre. Perhaps that is why it rated so low. I'm going with an excellent drama with overtones of the supernatural and an in-depth look at the entertainment industry. See the film for what it is and enjoy time well spent.
A fairly dreadful follow-up from the Director Cortes to the really good 'Buried' he made a few years back. The first half of the film is quite interesting with Weaver and Murphy working together to debunk supernatural and psychic practitioners. The second half after +++ SPOILERS +++ Weaver's sudden exit is all over the place. Not sure if it wants to be 'The X Files' or some M. Night Shyamalan rip-off (the twist is eye rolling-ly bad) it descends into noise and annoyance. Another mortgage payment for De Niro in the bank at least.
Outstanding movie. Thought provoking, exciting and very interesting. The acting is great from all actors involved. Theres a nice bait and switch too.