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Old September 25 2010, 09:10 PM   #16
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Re: Not a single review of M. Night's Devil

I thought Signs did pretty well too. And I've met enough people who liked The Village so that I wouldn't discount it either.
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Old September 25 2010, 09:30 PM   #17
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Re: Not a single review of M. Night's Devil

I very much enjoyed the Village, but most people on this board seemed to think it was awful at the time.

Anyway, I did end up going to the drive-ins and seeing both movies and they were actually a great fit together, perfect double feature. Devil was about as good as I expected - nothing amazingly scary, but intriguing enough to hold my attention. It did seem like a very short film though, it was over before I knew it.
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Old September 25 2010, 10:16 PM   #18
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Re: Not a single review of M. Night's Devil

I think the rottentomatoes rating would be higher had they not stuck M Night's name to the movie. It's a shame that his reputation is overshadowing the efforts of the actual writer and director.
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Old September 26 2010, 12:13 AM   #19
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Re: Not a single review of M. Night's Devil

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I very much enjoyed the Village, but most people on this board seemed to think it was awful at the time.
Still do.
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