The Uninvited 2009

Anna (Emily Browning) and Alex Rydell (Arielle Kebbel) return home after a stint in a mental hospital, though their recovery is jeopardised thanks to their cruel stepmother, aloof father (David Strathairn), and the presence of a ghost in their home.
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Anna (Emily Browning) and Alex Rydell (Arielle Kebbel) return home after a stint in a mental hospital, though their recovery is jeopardised thanks to their cruel stepmother, aloof father (David Strathairn), and the presence of a ghost in their home.

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  • a very good thriller with a real good twist of the story at the ending, certainally worth watching

  • Very good thriller

  • I loved this Movie keeps you on the edge of youruntill the end did not see that comming, i have not seen the original but ,Istill love this one

  • Definitely not as good as the original, though it was still good to watch. The twist is unexpected - but the ending leaves a lot to be desired - weak compared to the rest of the movie. Great cast Elizabeth Banks and Emily Browning shine.

  • Average remake was going so well it could had been 5 stars but the film throws in the most dumbest plot twist that tries to rip off a High Tension's finale so its very disappointing. A teen returns home to her Dad and Stepmother after her mothers death but all is not what it seems. The acting earns this 2 stars on its own as everyone performs well here but the direction after an impressive 3 quarters of a film tacks on an unconvincing final act that not only is illogical but practically just about ruins the whole film. The movie aims more for jump scenes and suspense and does well at both but the final part is a complete cop out and makes me want to see the Korein original even more so. Def not a bad film but it could had been a winner. What a pity.

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