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It's worth watching solely for the last 15 minutes, but you'll have to get through the first 67 in order to do that. Good luck.
John de Lancie is pretty much wasted in a red-herring bit, while Cassidy's diva turn is miscalculated enough to derail the movie.
It is not quite as gripping as The Gift, but Visions is still worth watching. Sometimes, it pays to play by the book.
A very forgettable movie, with female characters that are hysterical and male characters plain and boring. [Full review in Spanish]
There's little doubt that Visions suffers from an overly familiar atmosphere that's compounded by a painfully-deliberate first half...
Visions is not exactly what you might call an original idea. With creepy shadows, weird sects and ghostly manifestations, it's a premise that has already been explored in numerous variations.
A simple and lineal story that revolves around the paranormal but plants some doubts about human dramas. [Full review in Spanish]
The forced dialogs and bad acting manage to get a laugh out of you, which is terribly sad for a genre film, because it makes it seem as if we're watching a comedy in poor taste. [Full Review in Spanish]
The premise could be interesting, but the script and the delivery are bad. [Full review in Spanish]
Predictable and boring, even Isla Fisher, who is usually pretty good, delivers a very boring perfomance. [Full review in Spanish]
An entertaining film with a very surprising ending. [Full review in Spanish]
Visions fails to deliver any actual scares, falling into every cliche seen in ghost and haunted house movies. [Full review in Spanish]
Would probably have liked it better if it was called LITERALLY ANYTHING OTHER THAN VISIONS. Seriously what kind of movie ruins its own plot in the title? Also Isla Fisher is subpar in this at best. Even so, there was definite potential here.
Isla Fisher stars in the atmospheric supernatural horror film Visions. The story follows a pregnant wife who starts a winery with her husband, and soon begins to experience strange visions. The plot follows a pretty standard haunted house formula, but ends up taking an expected turn at the end. Additionally, the filmmakers do a good job at ratcheting up the tension and setting up the mystery. Yet the characters are a little underdeveloped and the scares are fairly tame. While Visions does some interesting things, overall it's a rather mediocre thriller.
Disappointing isn't a word I've used for 2016 but here we are. Lame jumps and poor storytelling, Blumhouse Productions isn't a sign of quality anymore and it's a shame.
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