The Visit (I) (2015)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Horror, Mystery


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Two siblings become increasingly frightened by their grandparents' disturbing behavior while visiting them on vacation.

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  • Kathryn Hahn at an event for The Visit (2015)
  • Carla Gugino and M. Night Shyamalan at an event for The Visit (2015)
  • Deanna Dunagan and Olivia DeJonge in The Visit (2015)
  • Carla Gugino at an event for The Visit (2015)
  • Kathryn Hahn and Olivia DeJonge in The Visit (2015)
  • Jason Blum and M. Night Shyamalan in The Visit (2015)

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2 March 2016 | hoytyhoyty
6
| The impossible has happened... it's an M. Night Scamilan film and it didn't completely suck
Well, OK, it had some sucky components.

As usual -

* Overblown characters with excessive dwelling on them doing cartoony, cute, 'stuff', as a substitute for actual development. And them doing ridiculous things that nobody would actually do.

* Speechy-preachy dialogue.

* Long, drawn-out scenes, over and over - except that this time most of them - MOST of them - actually *contribute* to the overall effect rather than just boring the viewer.

* Focus on the completely wrong targets: the guy always makes the film he thinks he's making, rather than the one the viewers actually end up seeing, so you end up with these completely non-sequitur, irrelevant 'development' scenes. In this case there is a completely tacked-on pre-ending that leaves the viewer going 'Why is this here? Why are we supposed to care?'

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Amazingly, NONE of which destroys it:

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The intro is attention-grabbing.

The build-up is stately and involving.

The Weird piles-on quite disturbingly.

And the twist is a GOOD one instead of something DUMB!

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This is the first thing I've seen since The 6th Sense that wasn't write-off rubbish.

Maybe he's got on, or off, the right medication??

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