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Imaginary Playmate (2006)

A shy little girl who's Dad remarried two years after her Moms death, makes friend with an imaginary playmate after they move to a new home.

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Suzanne
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Michael Driscoll
Nancy Sivak ...
Dr. Barrett
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Dr. Rob Connelly
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Dora (as Kay Vance)
Pablo Coffey ...
John Forbes
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Molly Driscoll
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Candace Brewer
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Julie
Grace Wolf ...
Megan (as Grace Vukovic)
Asia Lim ...
Sally
Jeffrey Flieler ...
Dora's Nurse
Jim Shepard ...
Grant Elliott ...
E.R. Doctor
Gil Hayward ...
Dr. Brewer
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Storyline

Suzanne and her stepdaughter Molly move into a new house, hoping to start afresh after Molly's mum passed away. When the seven-year-old makes an 'imaginary friend' named Candace, Suzanne assumes it's just her way of coping with everything that's happened. But as Molly's behaviour becomes ever more erratic, Suzanne begins to suspect that her stepdaughter's new playmate might not be so imaginary after all. Written by Frankie

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The past never dies.

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Thriller

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2 December 2006 (USA)  »

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Juegos imaginarios  »

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A rather dull ghost story.
2 August 2011 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Not to say that this is the worst movie I've ever seen, it isn't actually, its just extremely dull and uneventful, the supposed scariest part of the movie is close to the ending but its more like something you'd expect from the GOOSEBUMPS series.

The acting wasn't bad I have to say but its one of those cases where the characters aren't really likable and they're not exactly dis likable either, they're just not developed enough for you to feel any kind of emotion for them, plainly put they are one dimensional.

Overall, it wasn't a complete waste of time but I would recommend that its better not to pay to see this film, of course you can do worse by far but honestly if you really want to see it, try and do so without spending money on it.


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