The Last Exorcism

The Last Exorcism

After years of performing “exorcisms” and taking believers’ money, Reverend Marcus travels to rural Louisiana with a film crew so he can dispel what he believes is the myth of demonic possession. The dynamic reverend is certain that this will be another routine “exorcism” on a disturbed religious fanatic but instead comes upon the blood-soaked farm of the Sweetzer family and a true evil he would have never thought imaginable.

The movie follows disillusioned charlatan Reverend Cotton Marcus who comes face-to-face with real evil after recruiting a documentary film crew to capture the final exorcism of his career and must summon true faith to protect people and himself from the demonic power. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dylan w (us) wrote: Does the Judas contract storyline flawlessly

Jenna G (es) wrote: Whoa, just overall bad.

Shelly B (us) wrote: I did'nt think i was going to like the movie because of the title...but i was laughing the whole time.

Joao Manuel A (jp) wrote: As a great admirer of Isabell Huppert and her ego-free attitude towards her profession it is sad to see her in such a snooze inducing piece of sleazy art house load of bullocks that this film turns out to be. Interesting enough is not even the idea that lacks any sense, it is the execution, Christopher Honore may not be the worst film director in the world but Haneke he's not. A controversial subject doesn't need to look ugly for audiences to connect on the contrary many directors already proved that point. Honore seems to disagree and as such created one of the most visually ugly films since Catherine Breillat's Romance. Poor choices in cinematography and editing adds confusion to the ugliness of it all. On the other hand cheap philosophy wrapped in the most unerotic sex scenes since the birth of cinema makes this less exciting then watching 110 minutes of pure white on screen. The only things that saves it from a failure of epic proportions are the actors, but neither Huppert's Piano Teacher influenced performance nor unf inspiring ladies man Louis Garrel manage to give to its viewers the sense of fun and pleasure that they seem to been having on screen. In the end it tries to be what it is not and ends up being nothing but a silly film with a even sillier ending that is only there for reasons of massive plot contrivance.

Jakelyna V (it) wrote: buenisimo!!!!! me hizo reir... :)

Exeiviar Q (br) wrote: El fondo terrible, la forma... peln aburrida.

Dia T (br) wrote: Mira sorvino was splendid in this film.. It was so fine to watch her, especially in her scenes with Fiona Shaw =))

Derek W (es) wrote: Sometimes thought provoking and occasionally entertaining sci-if tale that doesn't break any new ground.

Sean L (ag) wrote: Tables turn as a charming young girl bursts through her own closet door and sends shivers through the monsters on the other side. Everything about this is wonderful, from the essentially Pixar concept to the warm, sentimental relationships at its core. Even the animation has held up quite well, which isn't always the case with these early CG efforts: humans still look a bit wonky, but most of the cast seems drawn straight from the pages of a Caldecott winner and that kind of bright, absurd character works beautifully. John Goodman and Billy Crystal carry most of the heavy-lifting as Mike and Sulley, blue collar creatures with an easy, free-flowing rapport, but three-year-old Mary Gibbs threatens to steal the scene every time she gets the chance with her adorable almost-words and penetrating good cheer. Exceedingly well-balanced, with the kind of imagination that keeps mouths gaping and so much heart, even the boogeyman might have to fight back a tear or two. One of my favorites of the entire Pixar catalog, it swings hard and connects on every level. Sweet, sad, silly and stupendous, a timeless classic that I was glad to share with my kids.

Andrs P (kr) wrote: Julio Roberts on 90s, pure love.

Alan L (it) wrote: CFCs in the atmosphere have caused a hole in the ozone layer! As a result animals are irradiated and go er... wild! And decide to kill humans! A bonkers movie where the animals give better performances than the actors! Having said that, there's some really bad dialogue so some of the actors have an excuse. Leslie Neilsen has a straight non-comedic role... but is unintentionaly hilarious when he strips his top off and wrastles a bear! An entertainingly bad movie.

Lael Y (es) wrote: There are three versions of this film appearing on Netflix. I watched the version called Her, showing the heroine's point of view. I couldn't possibly bear to drudge through the other two versions, as this one was so boring I could barely keep my eyes open. I adore Jessica Chastain and the rest of the cast is equally as talented, but unfortunately, nothing happens in this film. You know she has suffered a loss, but the event is never fleshed out. You know she suffers a psychological break, but again, it's never fully addressed. This movie barely skims the surface of great tragedy, and the ending simply leaves you wondering "well, now what?" As for watching all three films, well, there are much better ways to spend five hours. Skip this one.

Kori G (us) wrote: A romantic tale that I quite enjoyed. It may not be the pinnacle of exemplary acting, but the story was very engaging, and I'm a sucker for romantic stories.