The Lost (2009)

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A famous psychiatrist deals with a young girl with multiple personality disorder, but as he delves into her personalities, he realizes that there may be darker forces involved.

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20 February 2009 | fallguy_jack
8
| Pretty Gripping Flick
I found this to be a fairly good movie.

The acting was good, I doubted Lacey Chabert could pull off multiple personalities but she was much better than I expected. Dina Meyer is pretty as ever and Assante was good, though far less animated than I'm used to. He was playing a psychiatrist turned writer so I guess it fit.

The story was gripping and kept you interested, though at times wondering why the characters couldn't figure out what you had. (Don't be too smug ;) The end was abrupt and I think they could have done a better job, but overall I would say that this movie would be well received by most.

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