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Sensored (2009)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Thriller | 2009 (USA)
A children's book illustrator inhabits a twilight world of shifting reality and illusion, where cruelty and rampant evil do battle with his better instincts, and sanity is a question of perception.

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... Wade
... Gail
... Darren
... Tara
... Jefferies
Chase Anthony Hodge ... Lucas
... Officer Kujourn
... Victoria
Matt Thompson ... Marcus
Michael Meehan ... Officer Turner
Paris Harwell ... Chelsea
Angelica Lowe ... Amanda
Patty Gray ... Carol
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A children's book illustrator inhabits a twilight world of shifting reality and illusion, where cruelty and rampant evil do battle with his better instincts, and sanity is a question of perception.

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Words from your mouth are not lies if you believe them.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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What's Real? What's Illusion? What's Murder....
11 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

Saw this movie over a week ago and trying to remember what I saw for the review here :p A pretty interesting movie really, frankly I didn't have any expectation when it began with the boring scene of a children's book illustrator Wade(Robert Picardo) sharing his thoughts to us while looking out a window.

As the movie progressed, it got tense more and more. There are lot of shocking scenes which could recoil your senses but nothing as graphically violent like that in Saw or Hostel. Its kinda subdued like the character Wade himself :) The story is unpredictable and the ending is very different from what you'd naturally guess. Good direction & music but the performances are classy. Robert Picardo as Wade and David Fine as Jefferies(Wade's 'dad') outshine each other. Sarah Knowlton as Gail(Wade's lonely, vulnerable neighbor) gets it just right.

Some of the scenes are slow & boring and most of the time there's lot of conversation happening between two characters which can put off lot of viewers interested in instant adrenaline rush or quick turn of events.

Verdict: Interesting One-Time Watch. For your senses :)


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