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After a tragic incident during their field trip, three parents, Faith, Julio, and Stella mourned the deaths of their respective daughters: Maria, Leonora, and Teresa. To help cope with their loss, a psychiatrist named Manolo offers them life-sized dolls to look after, but the situation only worsens when the toys appear to be brought to life by a sinister force. —segue123
Poor execution especially on the last phase of the movie
The director doesn't have any idea on how computer animation (graphics) should be inserted to the film. Like when the bus is falling of the bridge, it is very obvious that it is a computer generated.. as if the bus is flying in the air... another fail usage of computer graphic is when the classroom is on fire. and an explosion happened, the child flew as he was a paper doll (very obvious computer animated). The last phase of the film is the worst (the director cannot determine on how to end the film). One of the worst scene is the burying of child. Does the priest have any idea on what he is doing, we know that it is against the law that you would just bury a person on a non cemetery land..
- May 8, 2015
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