Mary Poppins Returns
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...although Whisper generally remains a cut above the majority of its straight-to-video brethren (ie it's not terrible, exactly), it's ultimately not difficult to see why the movie is forgoing a theatrical release.
I chose this little known film for two reasons. First, for a B-Movie, the cast is terrific! Second, the best horror films are the ones with evil, sadistic, kids. What's scarier than a kid who goes around killing people. In Whisper, David is a kid of fortune, but very introverted. At his birthday party, he's kidnapped and held from ransom, but he's not really the prisoner, they are! I tried to like this movie, but honestly I didn't. The cast was excellent, but the film moves very slowly, very little actually happens, and when it does, you already knew it was coming. It wasn't an awful movie, and this cast is certainly appealing, but something just doesn't click. I'd avoid this one if I were you.
My previous comment: (Rated not interested)
It is a Horror enough to watch Movies children are kidnapped in the Movies. I dont want to know what would happen the next.
After watching it.
I was pretty much surprised how nice this Movie was made not a block buster but it wont bore you either. It has a Omen touch but at the other hand the plot was very different. It was creepy for sure but not Creepy, you shake, it was creepy you wont be bored thing. I would recommend it.
t's all a bit lame really compared to the Omen films
Not too bad considering it appears to be a low budget rip off of The Omen. I gave it an extra star for the scary-ass kid.
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