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With the stone, the zone and its powers kicked into the background, Silencio becomes a muddle of melodrama and thriller pretensions.
While "Silencio" could be fascinating sci-fi, it's bogged down in all the family drama.
The frustrating case of a movie that plants a whole lot of magic beans that simply fail to grow.
This turgid fantasy thriller, boasting scant thrills or imagination, douses a mystic time-travel concept with soap operatic hand-wringing to mawkishly unconvincing effect.
Has the otherworldly flavor that sometimes accompanies very low-budget productions, and in this case rides that vibe further than its script might deserve.
It's an interesting effort and Villareal has much to be pleased with, as does the target audience after they watch this.
Silencio toys with fascinating ideas and sports some solid performances, but is ultimately dragged down by a mediocre narrative.
Part mystery, part thriller, Silencio takes a long, hard look at loss and grief, all while maintaining that there's still a little bit of mystery in them hills.
Just be aware going into it that the film is not perfect or groundbreaking, but it's certainly entertaining, which is what genre cinema is all about.
Silencio provides a lot of promise but not quite enough payoff.
The filmmakers present the movie as having more depth because it is inspired by true events, but opting for seeing it on a pure fictional level is a far better choice.
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