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Paloma Sharma's Film Reviews
A simple story of demonic possession seems to have gotten lost in the mists of the Further while one was away during the interval, the ends of which are tied up with laughable simplicity and a saddening lack of creativity.
Much like a bumbling partner in a three-legged race, the second half of the film weighs its first half down.
Insidious: Chapter 3 is less insidious and more insipid.
Coming from the very people who gave us The Conjuring, Annabelle moves slower than a snail trying to book a ticket on the IRCTC website.
If you’re looking for a scare, look into your 8th grade math textbooks. All that the theatre can offer you in this case is a deep, dreamless sleep.
D-Day has all the right ingredients that make it a memorable film.