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Psychology-themed horror tale goes a little nutty in the end.
Beginning as a psychiatric freak show, "6 Souls" eventually trades serial-killer intimations for backwoods bad mojo before becoming just another dimly lighted pop-up-stalker flick.
A preposterous supernatural thriller that inexplicably managed to sign up Julianne Moore to star.
"6 Souls" is regrettably sick with that familiar disease afflicting movies of this ilk: ostentatious, hollow moodiness that spreads like an unwelcome rash.
What unholy spirit could have possessed Julianne Moore when she signed on for the sort of throwaway horror flick that would normally star unknowns and go straight to DVD?
The end credits, which seem almost as long as the movie itself, dementedly thank everyone from the citizens of Pennsylvania to William Wyler, Howard Hawks and God. What an insult.
The woefully stagnant Souls-searching being performed in this face-switching frightfest is hopelessly inert and idiotic. As far as split-personality spook flicks are concerned, turn the other cheek regarding this thin slice-and-dice thriller.
Even though God is actually mentioned in the closing, special-thanks credits, dude couldn't unfortunately work His/Her magic and prevent this film from being the uneven, preposterously out-of-control wreck that it is. Can the church say "Amen"?
A patchwork, conventional, and oft-told story that's a whole lot sillier than was probably intended.
6 Souls is as boring as they come. It's a horror mystery with not a single second of suspense and a batch of uninteresting and naturally boring performances.
Julianne Moore cashes in a small segment of her reputation in the starring role of this overwrought psychological thriller.
If not for the presence of the extraordinary Moore, it wouldn't be worthy of any attention at all.
Pretty creepy. Johathan really makes this movie....he is a darn good actor in my book. The story has holes, and some unanswered questions. But, I am givings it "props" for the supernatural effects. They were quite outstanding!
The film really surprised me. Not only did this movie creep me out, but it had my complete attention the whole way through. I made the mistake of watching this film alone in complete darkness. The film gave me goosebumps. I haven't really seen a good creepy thriller in quite some time. I can't really go into the movie too much without giving things away. But I will say it is one to watch. The acting is great, especially from Jonathan Rhys Meyers. He became all these people and made the character even more believable. I was all ready for it to give me an "its all OK ending", but lets just say it was even better. Great thriller that will really put the fear of not believing in God into you.
Predicted rating: 3.5
Started well and ended well, but it lost a little interest in the middle, despite good performances from both Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
The Multiple Personality/Psychological input was much more intriging than the possession route it took.
If you can give your logic a rest for a while, you're most certainly bound to enjoy this movie. There are just a few plot-holes than what we get to see in an average movie. I found the movie thoroughly interesting; it succeeded in keeping me on the edge of my seat (just a figure of speech, I don't mean it literally) from the beginning credits to the ending.
While Julianne Moore plays the role of Cara incredibly, the actor playing Adam/ David/Wesley's character isn't too convincing and the actor playing Cara's father's role also seemed a bit too lame. The rest of the cast delivers relatively good performances.
I'd certainly recommend this movie because it's way better than what we get to see in the movies of this genre these days around.
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