PG-13 | | Horror, Thriller
Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities. They must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th.
In Kevin's therapist's house, you can see that one of the books on the library in the background is titled "Sybil." This was the pseudonym given to a woman with sixteen personalities. There are two made-for-TV versions of the story: Sybil (1976) and Sybil (2007).
That's what happens when you do a mercy invite.
Mr. Benoit: I believed you wanted to invite everyone.
Claire Benoit: Dad, I can't invite everyone in my art class except for one person without social networking evidence inflicting more pain on that person than was intended. ...
The Beast, the antagonist, is shown taking several shotgun rounds directly to his chest and the rounds not penetrating the skin. While this is possible given the film's suggestion of his superhuman abilities, it is extremely unlikely that the rounds striking The Beast would not have caused him to flinch or even knocked him down. Shotgun rounds fired at point blank range can shatter masonry and deform light gauge steel, meaning that it would at least have caused pain to the antagonist.
The end credits are shown in 24 frames in the background of the scrolling credits to simulate the 24 different personalities that Kevin has in the movie.
$40,010,975 (USA) (20 January 2017)
$138,120,085 (USA) (28 April 2017)
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