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Case 39 [Blu-ray]  [US Import]
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Anyway as if family social work wasn't difficult enough a bit of demon is thrown into the mix. I thought Zellweger was ok, she's not the most expressive of actors but was fine though completely overshadowed by the little girl who did a great job. Some gravitas added from Ian McShane who enhances any production just by appearing on screen and Mark Lester who was a bit under utilised. There are some good set pieces and nice pieces of dialogue but it is all about establishing a growing sense of unease and characterisation. Not sure if there were plot holes or if bits were deliberately left unanswered and ambiguous but I'm not necessarily a fan of joining all the dots anyway.
The extras on the disc are worth a watch. Asides from the initial back slapping one there's short extras on the various special effects. It's also worth watching some of the deleted scenes as I thought the death of one of the characters was better than the one they included in the film and I also preferred the tone of the alternate ending. It's good, it's not a hardcore horror by any standards but it's an entertaining watch if only for the performance of the young actress. Wouldn't suprise me if she's insufferable in real life though.
In conclusion, I liked the film allot to be fair, as i say, for me this was a nice, well presented/plot twist film considering the somewhat predictable story line. Obviously those who watch allot of horror films or have a high threshold for horror, wont flinch too much when the scary stuff starts to kick off, but those who don't will probably be sleeping with the lights on(and door bolted ?) ;0) Recommended.
Basic plot ? Social worker Zellweger is given the case of a young girl who appears to be potentially experiencing some trouble at home, and after meeting the `weird' parents and a quite `disturbing' oven event, Zellweger takes day-to-day customer of the child after the parents are thrown in the local nuthouse. Shortly after though, the sweet little girl Lilith begins to turn into every parent's worst nightmare and as the small girl starts to be linked to the deaths of Zellweger's most closest friends, she starts to realise that maybe the girl's parents were not quite as mad as she thought at first.
To me the film really feels like an `Exorcist' hybrid, but my big issue with the movie is that the reason for Lilith's behaviour is not really gone into in any real depth like others of this genre, and once again - like so many other movies today - it felt at times like there was probably an awful lot of plot cut out to get it to a length that the makers thought an audience could comfortably slurp their coke and crunch their popcorn through. Mistake people ! I'd rather have got a second helping and sat another 20 minutes or so to expand the depth. The few brief visual seconds of a demon inside the child are clearly not given enough precedence, explained or used to maximise the story.Read more ›
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Being a social worker is not on my list of career choices after watching this film!Published 23 days ago by Chrissie Bourke
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Had high hopes for this film as it was reccommend by a friend! How wrong was they! Found it very underwhelming! Won't watch againPublished 3 months ago by Greenhat