The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
I think one of the biggest problems with today's movie industry is that
in teasers and trailers most, if not all, of the action/special effects
are shown. Then you go see a movie because the trailer looks great only
to find out that you've basically seen all the good stuff. Thankfully,
I have learned that this is how many trailers work, but I still go see
a movie praying that I'm not wasting my hard-earned money on a really
expensive and really long commercial; let me savor something! I was
pleasantly surprised at The Exorcism of Emily Rose; going knowing that
it's not only about her exorcism, but also about the trial that
follows.This movie is also about alternatives,what ifs, and
perceptions. A good movie for psychology majors--as am I--who are
trying to learn about mental illness, diagnosis, and the DSM-IV.
You don't need to know much about Emily, science, exorcism, or the
Bible to be able to follow this movie; but, if you do, it'll definitely
make you raise questions about your own faith, beliefs, and what you've
learned throughout life about yourself.
Will you like this movie? Think "Primal Fear" meets "The Exorcist"
meets the TV Show "Fact or Fiction".
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