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The Other One (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Mystery | 4 April 2014 (USA)
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A drama with supernatural influences, The Other One follows a young woman named Amber who has returned to her childhood home, caring for her mother now in the throes of dementia and haunted... See full summary »

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... Amber
Nancy Sellers ... Vera
... Jett
... Brooke (as Caitlin Bidwell)
Brian Crawford ... David
Ron Jenkins ... Phil
... Anne (as Pamela Tierney)
Keith Kouzmanoff ... Scott
Cole Kruse ... Ray
Carlos Diaz ... Nurse
Christian Gronewold ... Delivery Boy
Mark Haman ... Animal Control Guy
Shelly Carlson ... Store Manager
Elizabeth Theiss ... Store Cashier
Dan Thornton ... Hooded Man
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A drama with supernatural influences, The Other One follows a young woman named Amber who has returned to her childhood home, caring for her mother now in the throes of dementia and haunted by the death of her young son who drowned mysteriously 30 years prior. Watching her mother slip further away, Amber struggles with her own ghosts as she feels her life crumbling around her. All of the characters in The Other One are haunted in the way that each of us is -- by the pasts that we embrace, we hide from, we lie about, and that we make peace with. Written by Anonymous

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The Falls
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Written by Corbett Lunsford
Performed by Mysteriam
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boring, pretentious and above all irritating
24 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

where to start on a review of this failure? maybe, to correspond with the movie, with the trivial: I found the piano score super-irritating. Now, it wouldn't have bothered me so much of more was going on in the movie. To move to the other extreme: if the events of the story (both in the past and in the present) were laid end to end, they would be boring. The movie hides most of them and muddles up the rest, thus holding a determined viewer's attention just to find out what the hell is/was going on.

What's real and what's imagined? Some bad stuff happened. At the end, who cares?


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