Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

David Callaway tries to piece together his life in the wake of his wife's suicide and has been left to raise his nine-year-old daughter, Emily on his own. David is at first amused to discover that Emily has created an imaginary friend named 'Charlie', but it isn't long before 'Charlie' develops a sinister and violent side, and as David struggles with his daughter's growing emotional problems, he comes to the frightening realisation that 'Charlie' isn't just a figment of Emily's imagination.

Hide and Seek revolves around a widower and his daughter. They move to upstate and Emily soon creates an imaginary friend named Charlie... but this act takes an unexpected and terrifying turn, where her father and doctor start to worry about Emily's gruesome habits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Regalado B (ca) wrote: Batman has a son !!!

Cirnell (de) wrote: Conan Movie 14, 2011.07.01

Cody C (kr) wrote: Love this movie, the idea of it, of course there are plot holes, how is Sarah's past seen and the killers isnt at the beginning of the movie? However this is a great crime Thriller and if you figured out who the killer was before the end, you are smarter than me. This movie is also very rewatchable and worthy of 4 out of 5 stars, in my opinion

mike h (br) wrote: babar waves his trunk in SUCCESS

Maxwell S (it) wrote: I felt half alive after watching this. Throughout this film I couldn't get what Ebert said out of my head. This film is a lifeless drone, which I don't agree with, and it's easy to say that, but why would an insightful critic like Ebert say that. Well, this film is only for people who can make a near connection with Mr. Badii. While the film is gorgeous, masterful, and deeply effective throughout, it purposely makes us feel the way we do. We don't know this man, but we want him to live, but yet, we want each person to accept the money. It's a complex way we feel about our main character, but not in a confusing way. For the 30 minutes, it's emotions speak louder than the film itself. After that the film makes effective statements on life and death (mostly life). Which all of this leads us up to, by far, the greatest scene in the film. The SECOND we realize Mr. Badii has emotions, he runs after Mr. Bagheri, which was very powerful. It was a feeling of shame and realization of his actions, but he didn't exactly do what we kind of expected, but it got the same message out. Mr. Badii loves people, and is interested in their lives, and wishes he could have the same feelings. I don't know how others are going to feel about the ending, but I found everything about the last 10 minutes more powerful than possibly expected. It has a masterful balance of it's characters, visuals and thoughts to run the story on, and it flows so well, but this ending felt out of place in ways, but so much in place at the same time. Worth a watch, but not for unconditioned audiences/people who aren't knowledgable.

Filipe C (br) wrote: A very solid screenplay thriving on well grounded themes and a strong cast makes Beautiful Girls an interesting and rewarding viewing.

Mary I (de) wrote: i loved this movie,i saw it really late about 13 years ago

Jocey D (de) wrote: Intriguing and revealing but it turns out the same as all similar movies with same back story. Good cast.