The Woman in Black

2012

Action / Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

261
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 66%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 55%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 160419

Synopsis


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Cast

Daniel Radcliffe as Arthur Kipps
Ciarán Hinds as Sam Daily
Jessica Raine as Nanny
Janet McTeer as Mrs. Elizabeth Daily
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601.05 MB
1280*720
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 7 / 41
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English
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 4 / 62

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10

The basic morality of and

The tragedy of movement is the happiness of inertness

The happiness of inertness is the happiness of nothing

The happiness of nothing is the nothing of happiness

The nothing of happiness is the something of tragedy

The something of tragedy is the physical of tragedy

The physical of tragedy is the tragic being physical

The tragic being physical is the unable being physical

The unable being physical is the able being not physical

The able is the hierarchy

The hierarchy being inert is the equality being able

The equality being able is the ability of equality

The ability of equality is the equality of ability

The equality of ability is the equality of movement

The equality of movement is the non-movement of movement

The non-movement of movement is the obstruction to movement

The obstruction to movement is the obstruction to style

The obstruction to style is a style of obstruction

A style of obstruction is a means of obstruction

A means of obstruction is an obstruction of means

An obstruction of means is a rejection of means

A rejection of means is a divide between rejection and means

Divide is rejection

Between is internal

Rejection internal rejection and means

Reject internal rejection is external rejection

External rejection is acceptance

Acceptance and means is acceptance and device

Acceptance and device is not and device

Device is separation

Not and separation is and and separation

And and separation is separation and and

Separation and and is not and and

Not and and is and

The Woman In Black is a very moral story, because it's about the basic message of and

Reviewed by Rainey Dawn 9 / 10

Great Modern Ghost Story

One of the best modern day ghost stories you'll will ever watch. I saw this one 3 or 4 years ago and recently watched it again - just as good the second time around. Would be a great one in a horror film collection.

I will not rehash the storyline, I'll just reiterate how good the movie is. There are a handful of jump scares done in good taste.

Atmosphere - lots of it! Good acting - you bet ya! Good story - yes it is. There are a handful of jump scares done in good taste, eerie subtle horror, suspenseful at times - definitely worth watching. It's just as good as the classic Hammer Horror films.

9/10

Reviewed by Mihai Toma 7 / 10

A dark movie

A young lawyer visits a remote village, sent by his firm, in order to complete a series of paperwork. There, he's confronted with a ghost which, with every apparition, takes the life of local children as revenge for some gruesome past events. He starts investigating but the whole world turns upside down when he discovers that his own son is in grave danger.

Although interesting as a base idea, it isn't able to keep you attracted as the story unravels, the main character being literally chasing shadows most of the movie, mainly with no results. It has a very dark and spooky atmosphere, almost perfect for this type of movie but its actions are far from pleasing. Besides some scarce dialogue and frightening encounters, almost nothing interesting happens. You want to find out how it ends but it's a bit hard to endure basically the same thing, repeating over and over again.

It is grim, it is sinister at times and it has a catchy plot, but its course of events is a bit letdown, not to mention the unsatisfactory finale which, in my opinion, makes the whole struggle before it simply pointless. An average movie after all.

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