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Every Secret Thing (2014)

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A detective looks to unravel a mystery surrounding missing children and the prime suspects: two young women who, seven years ago, were put away for an infant's death.

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Alice Manning
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Detective Kevin Jones
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Devlin Hatch
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Paul Porter
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Evelyn Fuller
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Dave Fuller
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Cynthia Barnes
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Dylan Ramses
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Ryan Fuller
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Mary Paige
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Mrs. Paige
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Rodrigo
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A detective looks to unravel a mystery surrounding missing children and the prime suspects: two young women who, seven years ago, were put away for an infant's death.

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Don't look away for even a second.


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Rated R for some language and disturbing images | See all certifications »

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20 April 2014 (USA)  »

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Toda cosa encubierta  »

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In (2010), Frances McDormand originally approached friend and filmmaker, Nicole Holofcener to direct the movie, as well as adapt the book into a screenplay. While Nicole Holofcener doesn't direct, she is still attached to the film and receives a writing credit and Frances McDormand is given a producer credit. See more »

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It's Not For Me To Say
Written by Robert Allen & Al Simpson
Performed by Carolyn Leonhart
Master recording Courtesy of Charlie Deitcher Productions, Inc.
Publishing - Charlie Deitcher Productions, Inc., Music Sales Corporation
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Another stepping-stone for Banks' career
20 August 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Forget the movie.

Don't mean to be blunt, but that is reviewer-speak for a film which has great ambitions but never quite gels. The sound track is horrible. It gets under your skin from the very first scene and makes you wish you were anywhere else but in the threatre. Fanning and Lane, ordinarily two standouts, seems lost to a director -- formerly specializing in documentaries -- who goes out of her way to make each scene "authentic" but in fact ends up making merely them awkward and uncomfortable and atonal.

I believe this film will be remembered -- if it is remembered at all -- as another feather in the cap of Elizabeth Banks who seems determined to show Hollywood her range. She did a solid job in the under-rated screwball comedy WALK OF SHAME, she has a production credit in Pitch Perfect II (where she gave herself the role of the unctuous color commentator, a trick that goes all the way back to Rocky) and here she pulls a "Rachel McAdams" goes no-makeup in the role of a detective ... and pulls it off nicely.

Banks is the one to watch.


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