The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)

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An elderly woman battling Alzheimer's disease agrees to let a film crew document her condition, but what they discover is something far more sinister going on.


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  • Jill Larson in The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
  • Julianne Taylor in The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
  • Jill Larson and Anne Ramsay in The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
  • Jill Larson and Brett Gentile in The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
  • Jill Larson in The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)
  • Jill Larson in The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)

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1 March 2015 | fclermont777
5
| Turn the damn light on!
You know when you watch a movie and you constantly yell at the characters because they do everything wrong? Yeah, this movie is one of those.

Here's the premise: A group of people get to film an old lady in the struggle of an early diagnosed Alzheimer's disease. Her behavior is getting worse really fast, but it seems something else is going on with her, something evil...

Jill Larson is the best actress in the movie. She really nails her character. Anne Ramsay follows, then the rest of the acting is okay I guess.

Now, the problem with this movie is mainly about rational behavior of the characters. You know, when you are looking for someone confused in the house, it works better with the lights on. But here noooo, that wouldn't be scary enough. The group could also make sure to tell her they are coming and are looking for her, but it feels like they are almost hiding from her. Then when we find the lost lady or something scary, we also get a bonus unrelated scary sound, to make sure the jump scares are effective.

Some scenes can get pretty exciting sometimes, but don't hope to find anything extraordinary with this movie, you'd be disappointed. If you're looking for a barely decent found footage/mockumentary flick, you can give this one a chance. Just don't think too much about logic in this movie, because it is pretty much inexistent.

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