Many may criticize clint eastwood and angelina jolie for "Trying" to portray a very disfortunate
event, and even go as far as saying "how dare they!", well they did and succeeded. I am very disappointed I didnt get to see this movie on the big screen, but I am glad I saw it on DVD. This story is based on a true event, and the fact that this film depicted the real names and event that occured in 1928, was phenomenal. I actually felt that I was witnessing the "actual" event through everyones eyes, and it was scary. I had the chills throughout the movie and any movie that can create suspense and mixed feelingsthroughout the film is a great movie. Go see if you have not watched it already. I do not, I repeat DO NOT, suggest for children 13 and under. Maybe 18 and older!
Trailers can be decieving. I really expected the movie to be just a little more adventurous. But
then again, this is a kids movie.i do recommnd seeing this movie in 3D, its actually pretty neat. Overall, this film is suitable for all ages.
please, if you havent seen this movie I suggest you keep it that way. Normally I would say, wait
until it comes out on dvd, but this one is a must NOT see. NOTE: any good or entertaining movie that is horror film will NOT i repeat will NOT be a rated PG 13.
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