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I May Destroy You
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A great Anthony Hopkins as usual and some beautiful shots, but the main character spends too much time being incredulous despite evidence and the exorcism scenes aren't scary enough or backed up by enough theology about the devil. It's good but could have been better.
It's just too unrealistic from the start as the nun keeps the children living there when everything is hinting at running away from that house from minute one.
Average in its kind, one could notice they didn't spend too much time and efforts doing it. Also, I was amazed at finding Bradley Cooper accepting a minor role in a b-list horror.
I hated it at the beginning but got more into it as the story was folding. Not a masterpiece by far but it actually packs some emotion and by the end I couldn't help but feeling sorry for the tragic ending.
Predictable and huge plot holes but there's a good chemistry between Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves