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Ver The Turning

The Turning is a movie starring Mackenzie Davis, Finn Wolfhard, and Brooklynn Prince. A young governess is hired by a man who has become responsible for his young nephew and niece after their parents' deaths. A modern take on Henry...

Genres
Drama, Mystery, Horror
Director
Floria Sigismondi
Starring
Barbara Marten, Brooklynn Prince, Finn Wolfhard, Mackenzie Davis

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Product details

Genres Drama, Mystery, Horror
Director Floria Sigismondi
Writer Carey W. Hayes, Chad Hayes, Henry James
Stars Barbara Marten, Brooklynn Prince, Finn Wolfhard, Mackenzie Davis
Country Ireland, Canada, UK, USA
Also Known As Virsmas, 凶宅疑童, Die Besessenen, Opsjednutost, Presencias del mal, Obsedenost, Preobražaj, Os Órfãos, Окретај завртња, Taba'at Ha'Khenek, Η Γκουβερνάντα, Calafrio, Otra vuelta de tuerca, Le tour d'écrou
Runtime 1 h 34 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A young woman quits her teaching job to be a private tutor (governess) for a wealthy young heiress who witnessed her parent's tragic death. Shortly after arriving, the girl's degenerate brother is sent home from his boarding school. The tutor has some strange, unexplainable experiences in the house and begins to suspect there is more to their story.

Top reviews

Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 09:14

Here's an original film about death and the afterlife. A husband and wife are facing the loss of their unborn child. In a beautiful and simple setting they go on a trip to see the remains of the unborn child. The husband, who has suffered from depression for years, is attempting to come to terms with his wife's death and struggles with his own memories of the baby and why he didn't leave her for her. The husband, known only as "The Governor", however, is haunted by the memory of the unborn child. The only way to reconcile the two is to travel to the remote mountain town of Oxbow for an abortion. He starts the journey in a highly unorthodox manner, but soon begins to regret the decision. The governor, played wonderfully by Samuel Jackson, reveals an experience and a horror in his life, that is unique to him. The horror is the realization that he is in fact the father of the baby. The husband is struggling with his decision to go to Oxbow and the horror of the feelings he has after leaving. The journey to the end of the world is a journey of doubt, fear, and nightmares. It is the journey of a man confronting the death of a family member, and that is where we learn the true meaning of life and death. The ending is a subtle yet intense choice that leaves the audience asking questions, and while at first we believe that the Governor has accepted that he will die, we must wait for the ending to know what actually happens. The ending is not a happy one, but it does give the viewer an emotional payoff. The movie is an independent effort that has been compared to A Serbian Film and to Kenneth Anger's films, which are both excellent films. I think that a good comparison would be with "The Cable Guy", because while it does go in a new direction, it still does not surpass the quality of these films. "The Turning" is certainly not the best movie in the world, but it is a good movie. It is definitely one of the best "black" movies of the year.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 18:20

I've got to give this film a lot of credit for not using the common horror cliche and for having something that is not in the stereotypical horror genre. The film is basically a psychological thriller, that has a little bit of horror in it and at the same time has something that is "science fiction" and a bit of romance. The characters are not stereotypical, they are quite different and that's the key. I'd really recommend this film to anybody, especially those who like a little bit of science fiction. If you're looking for a great horror movie with a little bit of romance and science fiction, then you should definitely check this film out. It's not the best of the best but it's definitely one of the best. It has everything you would want in a great horror movie. It's not really scary, it's not really scary, but it does keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time. You will definitely get to feel something for the characters and you'll get to feel some emotions for them and they are realistic in the film. There are some genuinely funny moments in the film as well. The performances are superb. Jodie Foster was wonderful in this film, she did a fantastic job and was really believable in her role. She and John C. Reilly were brilliant in the film, the same goes for the rest of the cast. They really gave the characters a lot of depth and made them really real. The directing is phenomenal, everything is well thought out. The locations are gorgeous, there are some beautiful scenes and everything is well shot. The sound is also great, everything is a bit quiet and you can't hear anything when something is happening. The script is also really good, it's not great, but it's very, very good. There are some good character moments and some really good dialog. I really loved the dialogue and how it felt, it felt real. There is one scene where one of the characters does something really nasty and the dialog is really good, it's a great moment. All in all, a really good horror film that you will definitely not be disappointed with.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 04:06

I had to see the "Turning" after seeing it in the movie theaters in the last week. It is a very interesting movie, but with many limitations and flaws. The story is really confusing. It was not that I thought the movie was that bad, but some things did not make any sense. For example, at the end of the movie, the two lovers arrive to the church to say their vows. One of them dies, leaving the other to keep the second ring. The priest tells them that if the person who died was still alive when they had the first ring, then they are still alive. What does that mean? The movie does not answer this question, and I could not get a definite answer to that question, except that I think the movie does not give any clear answer. I will not give any spoilers, because I do not want to spoil the movie for people who do not know what happens. I give it a 9 out of 10 for the plot, although there are many plot problems, I think that is part of its strength. There were many plot holes and inconsistencies in the movie, such as: The bride's sister is married and is living in New York. The last time she is seen on the television, she is in Los Angeles. (Was that not in Los Angeles?) The second ring is from an area where no one goes. It is the big city, but is completely isolated. The time that the last bride leaves the church and goes to see her mother, she is a year younger than her sister, who is the same age. Then there are many other plot holes, such as: The two lovers are traveling in separate car, but the bride is following her fiance in the car. There is no luggage in the car. The groom is the older one in the car, and the bride is the younger one. The father in the car looks at the bride while the father in the other car looks at the bride. They go into the park and see the wedding party. The father then goes back into the car, and it is the bride in the car. When the father returns to the car, he returns to the church and then has sex with his mother. Then the father leaves the church to go to the hotel. The father has sex with his mother and then returns to the church. There is a lot of plot holes, so this movie is better to see if you do not know much about the plot. I recommend this movie for people who do not know about the plot. You will be very surprised about the plot. I give it an 8 out of 10.


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