Annabelle

Annabelle

John Form has found the perfect gift for his expectant wife, Mia - a beautiful, rare vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress. But Mia's delight with Annabelle doesn't last long. On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now... Annabelle.

She terrified you in “The Conjuring,” but this is where it all began for Annabelle. Capable of unspeakable evil, the actual doll exists locked up in an occult museum in Connecticut—visited only by a priest who blesses her twice a month. New Line Cinema’s supernatural thriller “Annabelle” begins before the evil was unleashed. John Form has found the perfect gift for his expectant wife, Mia—a beautiful, rare vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress. But Mia’s delight with Annabelle doesn’t last long. On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now… Annabelle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jac K (kr) wrote: What an insane dude.

jarrad b (it) wrote: A great movie with good exploration into thoughts and memories, and how accurate are they really?

Robbie G (de) wrote: wow was this movie boring

Bals G (nl) wrote: A filmtrtnelem legsablonosabb Hitlere...

Aaron B (mx) wrote: One of the best documentaries I have ever seen! I recommend this film to everyone.

Kyle S (nl) wrote: Most clever low-budget indie sci-fi that will bend the most intelligent minds. Primer is a story of two engineers who face their biggest scientific and moral challenge. The cinematography reflects an original perspective that I feel can only be achieved through independent films. But the real spotlight here is the film's brilliant and complex script that you can't help but to admire the talent Shane Carruth has delivered. As possibly the most complex time travel film made, get ready to have your mind blown.

Alex M (mx) wrote: Radha Mitchell has a lot of sensuality, yet she plays the young and almost innocent worker so easily. A movie that is a little bit gloomy, but has some rays of shining.

Dino M (it) wrote: Over the heads of most people, this story is about the ability of anyone to transform themselves to unimaginable levels of physical and mental development. A classic waiting for the average viewer to catch up, like most posting their rating here.

Paul M (kr) wrote: A sci-fi thriller ahead of its time, but still a few too many clichs. Very good for 1995.

Jun P (de) wrote: After looking into the history and real story behind this film I find it hilariously in bad taste. so I love it

Joe A (br) wrote: When I first saw this flick in 1976 as an 11 year old, it creeped me out very much and actually gave me nightmares for a few days after. Upon a recent re-visit though, I actually find it a bit slow moving and dull despite some spooky atmosphere from director Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows, The Night Stalker, Trilogy Of Terror) who is no stranger to horror.The story has the Rolf family, dad Ben (Oliver Reed), mom Marian (Karen Black), son David (Lee Montgomery) and aunt Elizabeth (Bette Davis), renting a large old house from the eccentric and strange Allardyce siblings (Burgess Meredith and Eileen Heckart) for the summer. The price is cheap as long as the Rolf's take care of the 85 year old Matriarch who stays sequestered in her attic room... never a good sign. Things start off wonderfully but, soon the family starts to show signs of odd behavior. Ben becomes tense and aggressive while suffering nightmares of his mother's funeral. Marian seems to becoming a different person and feisty, lively Aunt Elizabeth starts to quickly deteriorate and become frail. And even more disturbing, the more the family suffers these changes and sets themselves against each other, the newer and more restored the old house appears. Can this family escape from this evil place and whatever fate it has planned for them?Despite whatever effect this film had on me as a lad, it now seems very tame and slow moving to the point where it's a good 90 minutes in before it really starts to get creepy. Dan Curtis gives it some nice atmosphere throughout but, the film takes such a long time to really get going. I can appreciate the slow burn and slow character transformations but, it really doesn't grab you till things really start to get bad and a character death brings dead flowers to bloom and the house literally sheds it's old shingles for new. At almost two hours in length, it's a long time to wait and then after an admit-tingly shocking climax, it's over. The script is written by Curtis and William F. Nolan based on a book by Robert Marasco and is well written enough, though there is some clunky dialog but, the somber tone and funeral slow pace really don't serve it too well. That and Curtis' experience as a TV director gives the whole film a TV movie look and feel despite being a theatrical release... which is where I saw it at the Park Lane Theater in Palisades Park, N.J. There is a spooky score by Bob Cobert helping things along and it's overall not a bad film, just really doesn't start to grab hold of you till it's last act. Today's impatient audiences would probably find it very hard to sit through flick with little happening till then.The cast are fine though, there is a bit of overacting on the part of all the actors despite the low key tone. After a flat first half hour Black seems to get more into her performances as the more Marian changes and Reed is good though doesn't quite seem right as father and husband Ben. Something is just a bit off to his casting in the role. Vets Davis and Meredith seem to enjoy being a bit over the top and young Montgomery really doesn't get to do much but be a typical kid and then cry a lot when things start to get weird. A talented cast but, possibly not used to their fullest potential at least in Reed and Black's cases.So, in conclusion, the film is a very slow and kinda dull burn till it's effective and disturbing last act. I don't mind a good slow burn but, this was a bit too slow. It has a good cast and is well made by a veteran director but, just takes a little too long to get to the good stuff, which still works and it's conclusion does stick with you. Not as as scary as I remembered it but, not a total letdown either. Worth a look for horror fans but, just be prepared to wait a bit before the willies really set in.

James H (de) wrote: Outstanding performances from James Cagney and Doris Day make this film one of the better bio's from the 1950's. Excellent production values, the costumes are beautifully done. Professionally done in all aspects. Great score.

Chrisanne S (fr) wrote: Flashy- but not my favorite.

Christopher J (jp) wrote: Immense post-war classic from Launder and Gilliat. Tense drama with plenty of wit to spare. Top performances from Deborah Kerr and Trevor Howard.

Tuukka P (br) wrote: Female reporter gets to the wron side of the goverment after outing a CIA agent in her article. Some what based on actual events this is quite typical political thriller from Lurie who's right at home with this genre. Beckinsale is quite good and other actors do their work nicely also. Still not quite as good as hoped for.

Andrew M (kr) wrote: Brian de Palma's Mission: Impossible revival is an engaging espionage thriller that focuses as much on character driven thrills as it does physical set pieces.