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Exorcism (2003)

PG-13 | | Horror, Thriller | 1 April 2004 (UK)
In the city of angels - Los Angeles - no one is immune from the lurking spirits, neither good nor evil. As the end of time rapidly approaches, both forces have much work to do. Both sides ... See full summary »

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Mr. Lansing
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Father Lansing
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Bishop Harris
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Arch Bishop
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Evil Nurse
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Mrs. Lansing
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Sarah. Lansing
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Daniel
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Gene
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Jack
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Evil Messenger
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Dark Prince
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Katherine Miller
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Officer Stubeck
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In the city of angels - Los Angeles - no one is immune from the lurking spirits, neither good nor evil. As the end of time rapidly approaches, both forces have much work to do. Both sides contend for the same souls, but which force will prevail? Written by anonymous

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The Goodness of Society has just been Invaded by Evil.

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated PG-13 for strong thematic material, violent images and some sexual references
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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Avoid at all costs.
4 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Usually I give a film at least a few scenes before praising it or condemning it, but I must say this one was horrid from start to finish. If this is the best Mr. Baker can do perhaps he should take up a job in road construction or something. The acting was lousy on everyones part. Many seemed to be reading poorly written cue cards. The dialogue was stomach wrenching. Mr Baker must have had a typewriter on set cranking out lines as they were being filmed. The only redeeming feature of this film (at least to the male viewers) was the eye candy provided by Nichole Dionne. Alas, that was not enough to salvage any facsimile of entertainment from this reel of wasted cellulose because the "actress" Karen Knotts was stuck to her like a conjoined twin with a performance that should have won her an anti-Oscar. As for the rest of the cast. It would seem that they agreed to do the film if their photos were placed in the IMDb. Unless they put them there themselves and cheated themselves out of the cost of a Waffle House breakfast. Mr. Baker also played casting director in this little field trip selecting them as well, proving that he truly has no place in the industry. Period. One thousand words could not present the injustices of this film. So, I will wrap up with, avoid at all costs.


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