In Italy, a woman becomes involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms during her mission to discover what happened to her mother, who allegedly murdered three people during her own exorcism.
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I don't normally write reviews, but my wife and I got up and left. Not only was the movie completely unwatchable, it had us both feeling like we needed to puke with the "fake documentary" jerky camera action. I was seriously pissed that we wasted our night and money on this. Doesn't even deserve a star.
The movie has no point! It was badly filmed, documentary style, as if the producers did not have enough money to make "real" film. Acting: mediocre, not as bad as the movie itself. The premature ending made everyone in the theatre angry. "I would rather have spent that money at McDonalds," "I could have bought a meal plan with that," "ARE YOU F*CKING SERIOUS?!" "We should have seen Alvin and the Chipmunks," are some of the comments that were made deliberately loud enough for everyone to hear. Major disappointment.
Ok listen here, this is probably a movie that will be worst reviewed by me. The movie had the worst dialogue ever. The actors, were completely rubbish. It only generated fear in one scene of the film, and most of it was hard to follow and understand, and just made no complete sense what so ever. The movie in general was a complete waste of time to watch, as it only lasted around an hour. It was also a waste of money. I expected more of the film, and came out with a "what did I just waste my money watching?" feeling. It was that bad. It was filmed in a documentary type style, which made it even more so bad, as you really need a good dialogue and understanding of the film to pull that of.
Ok heres the question I'll awnser, should you pay to see this film?
Answer: No, complete waste of time and money. Worst film i've seen by far.