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Olivia Cooke as Laine Morris
Shelley Hennig as Debbie Galardi
Lin Shaye as Paulina Zander
Robyn Lively as Mrs. Galardi
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23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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1hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Coventry 3 / 10

Derivative ghost story, unremarkable teen horror.

The only thing I know about Ouija-boards is that the name is derived from of a composition of the French and Dutch words for "yes" ("oui" and "ja") and that they were originally created as ordinary board games for family entertainment. The fact that Ouija boards grew out to become symbol for the macabre, spiritualism and horror is pretty good marketing, if you ask me! As made clear by the title, a Ouija board also forms the central gimmick in this film, but like all skeptical horror fans know, a good gimmick doesn't necessarily guarantee a good movie! "Ouija" is an incredibly uninspired, lame and overly sentimental PG13 ghost story that too obviously steals its plot ideas from other films. This could easily be a sequel in the "Insidious" franchise, except that the Ouija board replaces the human spiritual medium (but Lin Shaye is still present), while the death sequences could come straight out of a "Final Destination" sequel (notably the freak accident in the bathroom). After fooling around with a Ouija board she found in the attic, a teenage girl inexplicable commits suicide. Her friends, and particularly her BFF Layne, refuse to accept that a vivid and joyful young girl like Debbie played with the idea of ending her own life, so they gather around to seek contact with their friend via the same Ouija board. They quickly discover the board is connected to an unresolved missing girl case from the 1950s and put their own lives at risk by unleashing malevolent souls. "Ouija" is a strictly by-the-numbers and commercial horror effort, with predictable boo-moments and fake scares at the most foreseeable moments. The teen protagonists are admittedly less stereotypical and annoying than usually the case in this sort of films, but still you don't feel too much empathy for them. The lead girl, Olivia Cooke, is cute and she surely can act, but she's probably also smart enough to realize that her role in the series "Bates Motel" is a more valuable addition on her resume. There isn't any gore (duh, PG13) and the make-up effects are weak. My 8-year-old son walked in during one of the supposedly scariest moments, but he wasn't the least bit upset.

Reviewed by FountainPen 2 / 10

Don't bother with this ~~ it's amateur boring rubbish

NON-NEIN (that's the opposite of OUI-JA you see) This is a terribly dull flick, the sort of "horror" film that abound these days, with no idea of plot, timing, acting, cinematography, acting, or anything else. And WHY OH WHY do young girls have that whining gravelly voice??? UGH!!!

Reviewed by hearthstoneivan 5 / 10

Anti-Anti Depressant

4.8/10 The "How To Not Make a Horror Movie" documentary guide is a complete blast! Its both entertaining and insightful nature is crucial for the creative growth of every filmmaker and much needed to understand the sophisticated fabric of overwhelming mediocrity. The 7-Dimensional characters are deep as a straight road and the story beats beat the living crap out of your desire to live. It's not either good enough or bad enough to be entertaining. A horrifically unforgettable script and earned horror moments that will leave you wondering if this movie even existed the second you stop watching it. The acting is so seamless, you could never guess that the actors had a gun pointed to their heads. Watch the extras people! Scientists are still researching the sheer brilliancy and depth of the lore make that give a magical, mystical feel to the world of monsters and spirits and some other garbage I don't care about. The world of Oyjia is built with such exact precision and haunting mythology, that Warcraft can just go and suck a... Well, that's another story for another day folks, the only fault about the movie is my current devastating desire to watch the next 15 sequels such as: "Ou 2 Ija 2", "Oujia: Haunted Boongalo", "Ouijja vs Jumanji: Dawn of Civil War", "Ouija: An Oujia Space Oddysey" and the much anticipated x-rated spin-off: "Oucumja: Parahuge Cocks"

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