Let Her Out
Twenty-three years after her hooker mother tried to kill her in the womb Helen remains damaged psychological goods. A mindset that gets worse when she suffers a traumatic head injury in an accident. Awakening in hospital, it’s discovered Helen has a tumour growth in her brain causing her to experience dark visions, disembodied voices and the omnipresence of a strange young woman. Soon, lost in a walking nightmare, in which nothing is what it seems, and her vicious actions barely remembered, it becomes crystal clear that whatever is inside her cracked psyche will stop at nothing to get out.
Let Her Out follows Helen, a bike courier who suffers a traumatic accident. As she recovers, she begins to experience strange episodic-black outs, hallucinations, and night terrors-that lead her to discover that she has a tumor, a benign growth that is the remnants of a "vanishing twin" absorbed in utero. Over time, the tumor manifests itself as the dark and demented version of a stranger. As Helen's emotional and psychological state begins to deteriorate further and further, she begins to act out in psychotic episodes that are influenced by her evil twin - making her a danger to herself and her best friend, Molly. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Let Her Out torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Relatively routine thriller.
(us) wrote: filme alguien a visto lupita?
(br) wrote: Religious fundamentalism the northern way? Not a very flattering image of the northern parts of Scandinavia, but the director does succeed in creating a sensation of disgust, shock and fear in the viewer by using some quite simple effects. Just as in the novel, some situations are in fact so predictable that it's almost ridiculous. I went to see the movie because of the great actors (Micke Persbrandt is doing a thorough job and steeling the show as usual - just love the way he's crying in the final scenes), but... something's missing here.
(de) wrote: Bienvenue dans l'etrange... Excellent Dussolier.
(es) wrote: an ok flick... kinda overrated
(us) wrote: Miss Congeniality is a passable and enjoyable film that isn't too clever but isn't too stupid either. I hated the first part of the film when Bullock is a tom-boy purely because of the way they portray it. The opening scene with her as a child was unnecessary and ridiculous. The fact that the director tries to shove the message down our throats that she's a tom-boy drives me insane. It's so lazy, from listening to rap music while boxing to eating ice cream like a pig, there's just no need for it. We get it, alright? The film picks up when Michael Caine is introduced and it becomes much more enjoyable, particularly with the banter and subtle war of dominance between the two. I also thought the lighting was very clever, dark when Bullock is ugly but much lighter and happier after her makeover. The competition itself was ok and the way it ended was, of course corny, and a bit contradicting to the central believes of the character but this film is ok and that's it. Ok.
(es) wrote: Denzel Washington's character was the best thing about this movie. His speeches and his direction to the team were outstanding. The team members evolution from enemies to friends was very believable too. Even though you know the outcome of this story, all the elements that make a great sports drama work really well. The team's chemistry, the top-notch football action, and great performances are all there and it comes out as a good, memorable sports movie. It's definitely Disney's best sports movie besides Miracle.
(mx) wrote: A must see for the musically obsessed. Shirley is a gem of an actress. The storyline was a perfection in itself. Wish I could give it 10 out of 5 stars
(it) wrote: Clive Barker creates an ultimate masterpiece of pure horror
(br) wrote: Id be six when I first saw this and found it amazing! wonder if id feel the same if i saw it now...
(us) wrote: A three-hanky tear-jerker from Ozu.
(gb) wrote: look lik e a good movie
(au) wrote: Everything about this movie (the direction, performances, the editing, etc.) seem to have been done in a protracted state of heightened brilliance. The result is damn near flawless. Easily Pacino's best performance as it bridges his early great subtle work with his more uneven, but still engaging, over-the-top roles he's known for now.