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A classy supernatural lady-in-distress thriller. Read full review
A few scenes indulge in overstated hokum or thriller clichés, but Pfeiffer is first-rate and several sequences are suspenseful enough to deserve that overused adjective, Hitchcockian. Read full review
Goes Hitchcock one better by imagining what it would be like if the master had the advantage of digital technology. Read full review
Bears the weight of too many genres jostling for screen time. Read full review
Ford and Pfeiffer deliver craftsmanlike work, but the film steadily unravels as Zemeckis tries to ratchet up the suspense. Read full review
There is one good, legitimate scare in Robert Zemeckis' quasi-ghost thriller What Lies Beneath, and that's just not enough for a movie that lasts more than two hours. Read full review
Startlingly shallow even for a summer movie. Read full review
Never reaches much beyond the surface, and what lies there is all too predictable. Read full review
Dumb, dumb, dumb - borrowing scare tactics from Hitchcock and other suspense masters, but forgetting basic story.telling essentials such as character development and logical exposition. Read full review
The scares are Hichcock hand-me-downs. Read full review
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