The Tall Man


Crime / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 48%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 34158


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December 12, 2015 at 05:26 PM



Jessica Biel as Julia Denning
Eve Harlow as Christine
William B. Davis as Sheriff Chestnut
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853.48 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
P/S 3 / 8
1.68 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
P/S 3 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Alan Smithee Esq. 6 / 10

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Starts with a fresh and unique premise but slowly...It's clever and it's horrific but the outcome is not the best pay off that it could have been. Jessica Biel who I would say is a very so-so actress is rather good in her performance. I really liked the first half of the movie and didn't see many of the twists coming but I couldn't help but feel a little disappointed once I'd reached the conclusion. It's overall a better than average horror flick but there's lots of better ones out there (and even more that are worse).

Reviewed by The Couchpotatoes 7 / 10

Original story with twists.

First of all my wife wasn't a big fan of this movie. Not enough explanations for her and I get that but all in all I thought The Tall Man was original as a story. This story has never been told before and for that it gets some credit from me. It's nicely filmed with enough dark passages, twists and intrigues to keep you interested. It's not a horror movie though. A thriller yes but certainly not a horror movie. The cast is good with good performances, nothing bad to say about them. I liked the fact that I thought I figured it out completely but that at the end I was completely wrong. I like movies that can surprise me. Nothing more boring then a movie where you know exactly what's going to happen next. And that's not the case with The Tall Man at all.

Reviewed by jeneega 4 / 10

All over the place.

I want to start off by saying that the Jessica Biel did an amazing job, and was the perfect character for the role. Also, the cinematic picture was lovely. There was some good, but a lot of bad.

This film was a bit complicated not because it was hard to comprehend, but because of all of the components to it. When I say that, I mean to say that it seemed as if there were several plots within this film that made sense, but not necessarily together. There wasn't much of a coherent flow, but I understand what the film is portraying.

I don't think "The Tall Man" is an appropriate name for the film, especially how it opens up with the narration speaking of him, because it makes it out to seem as if it is a horror movie. It is far from that, I think of it as a suspense/thriller/drama. When first watching the film, "The Tall Man" might be viewed as an entity/supernatural being, which it is not. The title has no real significance to the theme of this motion picture. I'm aware that not all movie titles have to be explicitly/continuously/distinctly/what have you mentioned in the film itself, but personally, I found it to be misleading.

The different stories that were basically tied into the film: A.) "The Tall Man" kidnaps kids and is first made out to be some mysterious figure. This is what makes the film seem like it's going to fall under the horror genre. B.) Julia is the angelic nurse that everyone loves. Her son, David, gets abducted one night and Julia chases "The Tall Man" until the ends of the earth. She is left defeated. C.) Mrs. Johnson is the first rendition of "The Tall Man" and is the one who abducted David. D.) Mrs. Johnson is actually the mother of David. Julia is the bridge between all of the abducted children and "The Tall Man" since she delivers them to him. E.) Julia's moral intentions are distorted because she wants to break the "cycle" and she is "The Tall Man" because she abducts the children herself. She takes them from their underprivileged homes/families in order for them improve their lives and be a part of affluent families. F.) The literal tall man that takes Jenny in the end can be considered one adaptation of "The Tall Man." G.) Jenny has a new life and contemplates going back to her old life, but doesn't.

Well, I guess I summarized the entire movie in minuscule bullet points. To be honest, watching the film is quite scattered and not as coherent as these A-G points seem. It's very choppy and makes sense, but not together. To each their own, though.

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