The Exorcism of Emily Rose

2005

Action / Drama / History / Horror / Thriller

207
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 106430

Synopsis


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Cast

Jennifer Carpenter as Emily Rose
Shohreh Aghdashloo as Dr. Adani
Laura Linney as Erin Bruner
Chelah Horsdal as Asst. DA #3
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800.74 MB
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1hr 59 min
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PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 59 min
P/S 5 / 74

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Davis P 7 / 10

Interesting exorcism film

The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005) is a half horror, half court room thriller. It is based off supposedly true events. I have some mixed feelings about it. I'll talk about the positives first. The biggest thing that this movie had going for it is the performance by Laura Linney, the star. She really gives it her all and I couldn't take my eyes off of her whenever she was on the screen. She proved her fine acting abilities in The Truman Show and other films, and this one is no exception. The other actors do a good job with portraying their roles too, but Linney takes the cake. Another positive would be the unbiased nature, this is NOT a film with an agenda of any kind behind it. It does not try to disprove demons and it does not push a religious message either. I like that. Many films attempt to push an agenda, and that kind of preachiness is a real turn off. Now for the things that I didn't really care for. I thought that the court room half of the film was better crafted than the other half. I was more engrossed in those parts, not saying the horror parts weren't well done too, but I didn't feel it as much. The overall story is an interesting one for sure, and when the credits rolled, I felt good about the way they told it, not great but good. That is really the best way to describe this film. Good but not great. 7/10.

Reviewed by hnhovitz 9 / 10

An incredibly compelling drama with a few tense moments.

I wish the movie poster and the title of this movie had been different, as it limits what the movie is, what to expect, and sets those looking to be scared up for disappointment-unless you're easily spooked. Whether you're an atheist or devoutly religious, whether you do or do not believe in the spiritual or the demonic doesn't matter. This movie is an examination of faith vs. facts, facts vs. possibilities, and whether any of us can make room for reasonable doubt about the good in people. Compelling and with solid acting from start to finish, with its share of unsettling moments. While I did hope for more scares, and while I did predict certain plot elements, it didn't take away from my experience of the movie. If you like police or crime dramas, or better yet, if you believe that maybe it's time to admit that we simply can't and don't know many things for sure, watch this one.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10

Evolution hurts itself by indulging in elsehwere

The bravery of not avoiding things so as to not escape the potential of mockery is the cowardice of avoiding nothing not so as to escape the impossibility of maturity

Avoiding nothing is not avoidance

Escaping impossibility is accepting possibility

Accepting possibility is impossibility

Impossible maturity is immaturity

Cowardice is acceptance not so as to be immature

Cowardice is acceptance so as to be mature

Cowardice is acceptance creating maturity

Acceptance creating maturity is not creating maturity

Cowardice is creating immaturity

Bravery is not creating maturity

Bravery is to not be responsible for maturity

Bravery is to be responsible for immaturity

Immaturity is the bravery of responsibility

Maturity is the bravery of no responsibility

No responsibility is no concern

No concern is no elsewhere

Evolution is the bravery of no elsewhere

Elsewhere is the cowardice of evolution

Evolution hurts itself by indulging in elsewhere

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