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An unnerving and astonishing thriller. Read full review
Perhaps the most startling part is the realization that, in the turn-off-your-brain season of summer, you've just experienced an uncommonly serious-minded movie that's brave enough to engage our deepest emotions on issues of death, madness, illusion and forgiveness. That's the biggest thrill of them all. Read full review
(Osment) delivers what may be the greatest performance ever by a child actor. Read full review
The filmmaker keeps upping the ante with surprises until the plot-twist beaut that concludes the picture - a shocker that, upon reflection, is probably the one ending that wouldn't have fallen a little flat. Read full review
It's a psychological thriller that actually thrills. Read full review
Ultimately affecting mix 'n' match weeper. Read full review
If this isn't the single best performance ever by a preadolescent male (Osment) in a motion picture, then it's tied for whatever is first. Read full review
Has a kind of calm, sneaky self-confidence that allows it to take us down a strange path, intriguingly. Read full review
A metaphysical shaggy-dog story, whose unpredictable punchline is its only redeeming feature. Read full review
The biggest piece of supernatural hooey since estranged wife Demi Moore's "The Seventh Sign." Read full review
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