Orphan

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Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.75 / 5 (4 Reviews)
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Shiny over the top thriller

The movie is really great and will keep you watching without even thinking for a break for your body needs. Can't say more because don't want to spoil anything. Acting however is the strong point of this movie! The Blu-Ray presentation is outstanding. Sound and picture are really just reference material. One of the best qualities I've seen so far.

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orphan

Great film brilliant twist towards the end

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Excellent

An amazing tense thriller that grips to the very end. Great acting and a great story that's not been done before. Can you guess her secret??? I love you Mummy! LOL.

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Orphan (2009)

The excellent Vera Farmiga and Peter Sarsgaard play well off parents who decide to expand their existing family by adopting a child. When they meet the charming young Esther (an incredible performance from the young Isabelle Fuhrman) at the orphanage it appears to be a case of mutual love at first sight, but when Esther moves into the family household it's a different story. This superb thriller, directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (House of Wax, Unknown) is a dark, fast moving throwback to the heyday of horror maestro William Castle. The story's twists keep you guessing at every turn with flashes of black humour, suspense and gore along the way. This is a real treat for horror fans who like decent characterisation along with their scares and is one of the most memorable psychological thrillers of the last 10 years.

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