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Plot: An American nanny is shocked that her new English family's boy is actually a life-sized doll. After she violates a list of strict rules, disturbing events make her believe that the doll is really alive.
Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 22 Jan 2016
This film made me loose my entire bucket of popcorn & YES IT IS SCARY!!!! (by sinnerofcinema)
After a long day of work, I was extremely exhausted. I made myself get up to go see this film. Funny, there was no advertisement or nothing in the papers, reviews and all about his film, but it just sounded weird as I reviewed the site of the cinema I went to. Without knowing what to fully expect, I went with a female friend who very hesitantly was dragged to go see this film. We saw this around midnight. Now keep in mind, she did not want to be there and I was tired as hell. I kid you not. This film is very atmospheric and is scared the living sh** out of me. Of course any film with a doll <more>
starring in it, specially a scary doll will have that effect on me, and if its well done well... lets just say I lost my bucket of popcorn watching this film. Is was scary all the way to the end. I must, however, say i would not have chosen the ending it did, but I get it. Anyhow, don't want to spoil it, there isn't much else to say. You have to see for yourself to experience the fright. Not sure about you, but I hate when people tell me about horror films. All i need to know is that its good. So go out there and be scared cause this one is nightmare inducing.
I feel people are trying to rip this movie apart just for the sake of their arguments But as far as I'm concernedThe acting was more than decent ... Unlike most horror moviesGood production values ... Unlike most horror moviesGood direction and cinematography ... Unlike most horror moviesAnd above all , A story with actually a hint of Originality in it...UNLIKE MOST HORROR MOVIES.Yet, people are whining about "Umm, it should had stuck to the paranormal" ,or "that part is BS" ,and "it is not like Chucky or dead silence" .. *sigh*Yes, it could have stuck to the <more>
paranormal , but guess what it 's been done a thousand times before , and believe it or not a scary movie that is not just "another ghost story" is a lot more original aka "better" .And even the greatest movies has bullshit in them , and that goes for movies in general ... now try horror movies .Chucky ... Dead Silence ... OMG , I think you guys are right ! , How dare a movie not deliver on your every expectation ?! , *phew* almost argued with crazy there.In ConclusionYou would think we have seen enough bad to appreciate the good when we find it
Very suspenseful, scary and unpredictable. (by hollyltamas)
I don't scare easily and this film made me about jump out of my skin several times. Very suspenseful, scary and unpredictable. I can almost always figure out most possible endings, but this one really surprised me. I loved it!! I highly recommend this for a good scarefest!! Also, the setting, as a side note, is beautiful.
Not Your Typical Thriller (by kristofen)
Let's face it, dolls and poltergeists have been overdone in the past decades. It's always the same plot. However, it has NEVER been done like this. At first, it was a bit predictable. Nanny comes in, encounters creepy family, goes with the flow, experiences some disturbing shizz, still goes with the flow because continuity. There were some jumps that were nicely executed and it certainly kept the viewer interested. But movies like this usually head in one direction... This one, on the other hand, brought in something refreshing. I can honestly say I never saw the twist coming. There <more>
were very subtle hints, if any. Overall, it was above average yet unnerving. It wins a few points on creativity, so it's a 7.5. Rated it 9 to balance the score and encourage new opinions.
Odd, suspenseful, creepy and a bit disturbing, but thoroughly entertaining. (by tlooknbill)
I give it an 9 stars because the end kind of sets it up for a sequel, but hey, the rest of "The Boy" is beautifully stylized and paced similar to the spooky, suspenseful and disturbing '60's British made thrillers like Betty Davis' "The Nanny"and Debra Kerr's "The Innocents" only with an added surprise ending and faster pace.From the trailer this movie is not what you think it is and not one of your run of the mill "Child's Play" Chucky doll revenge type '80's flicks. I sort of knew this going in just from the fact smart <more>
actors such as Lauren Cohan rarely make bad decisions on movie choices such as this and by god she makes it all believable just as she does in "Walking Dead".This is a very maturely written, photographed and acted movie reminding me of a really good Twilight Zone episode that gradually unfolds revealing the layers of mystery in this case on the reasons for why an elderly couple would be caring for a life size boy doll which is disturbing on its own right from the get go.There'll be more questions than answers as the movie progresses where the end will allow the viewer to fill in the blanks with an implied causality from connecting the dots looking back which is the best way to write a movie and view it. Don't explain everything. The audience has a better imagination and intellect.This will probably be a classic as time goes on as I believe "The Orphan" both odd and unique thrillers.
"The Boy" is an original and entertaining horror thriller. (by dave-mcclain)
When you're crazy, do you know you're crazy? It's a question I've heard asked in movies and in real life, but it is quite the poser at least for those of us who are not crazy as far as we know . In other words, when you're doing things that other people would call "crazy", at what point do you move from "eccentric", or even "weird", to genuinely, certifiably using the clinical term "bat-sh** crazy"? These are some of the questions you'll be asking about more than one character in the horror thriller "The Boy" <more>
PG-13, 1:37 . But you'll soon find out that insanity is only one possible explanation for the unusual behavior of various characters and the many strange happenings throughout this very entertaining film.Greta Evans Lauren Cohan is a young Montana woman around 30 who is restarting her life. To escape an abusive relationship with her former boyfriend, Cole Ben Robson , she doesn't just leave him – she leaves the country. Greta gets hired as a nanny a job she's never done before by the wealthy Mr. and Mrs. Heelshire Jim Norton and Diana Hardcastle , an eccentric older couple living in a big, isolated house in the English countryside. Unusual stuff, but things definitely move to weird-slash-creepy when Greta first sets eyes on her young charge. The "boy" that Greta is supposed to care for turns out to be a marionette-like porcelain doll. Greta thinks it's all a joke, but the Heelshires aren't laughing. They lost their son, Brahms Jett Klyne , in a house fire on the boy's 8th birthday. They coped with their loss by starting to care for a doll which looks like their son and is about the size of an 8-year-old boy. They've been calling this doll "Brahms" and treating him like a real boy for about 20 years. Now, it's Greta's turn.After giving Greta detailed instructions regarding Brahms' care and leaving her with a clipboard containing a list of ten rules and whispering a cryptic "I'm very sorry" as they head out the door , the Heelshires drive away for their first vacation in "a very long time." Greta is now alone with Brahms in that big wireless-less house. Her only contacts with the outside world are her friend, Sandy Stephanie Lemelin , whom Greta calls regularly from an old rotary-dial phone, and Malcolm Rupert Evans , the handsome young local man who delivers groceries and brings mail to the house about once a week.At first, Greta treats the doll as most of us would, tossing it aside and ignoring it. But the longer Greta ignores that list, the more strange things begin to happen in that house. Her clothes disappear. She gets locked in the attic. She finds a mess in Brahms' bedroom. She starts to hear noises and see shadows. Greta is creeped out and begins having scary nightmares about Brahms. Then, the doll starts showing up in places other than where Greta left him. When she calls Malcolm over to witness all this, and he sees that Greta is now treating the doll as if he's real, Malcolm starts to treat her as if she's bat-sh** crazy."The Boy" is very well-directed and pretty original. William Brent Bell who also helmed 2012's "The Devil Inside" masters the slow build, making us wonder throughout the film who's crazy and who's not, as he gives us a few good gotcha-type scares along the way. His cast is better than in many horror flicks and they keep us interested during the times that not much happens. Stacey Menear's script keeps us guessing and then brings everything together in a mind-blowing twist that few will see coming and which shocks, without resorting to cheap tricks. This film skillfully blends some elements of earlier horror movies like "The Shining" 1980 , "Child's Play" 1988 and "The Others" 2001 , but has a fresh and even more modern feel to it. All aspects of this fun and exciting horror thriller are on target – from its creativity, to more technical aspects, such as its set, camera work, visuals and editing. Missing this movie, or letting anyone tell you the ending before you see it for yourself, would be kinda crazy. "A"
People are being too hard on this good movie, better than ANABELLE to me. (by zachary-10857)
NO spoilersOK, OK, i understand most peoples problems with this flick. It has some gaps, and some missing story elements. I read a couple of reviews, and people complained about things not being explained and impossible scenarios. But this move was super entertaining. I did not want to turn away, it kept me glued, and was fun. What else do you really want from a horror or mystery movie? It was original, and inventive, and the acting was good. Was it a perfect movie, no... but it was definitely worth watching, and if your on the fence about it, don't be, watch it. And i am picky.
Really not as bad as some as these reviews are making it out to be. (by riceryan)
I'm an avid IMDb user. This is actually my first time writing a review though. I felt inclined after browsing through other's reviews saying how horrible this movie was. It was actually a lot better than I expected. I wasn't in a huge hurry to see it, but I'm happy I watched it. I haven't been a fan of many newer horror movies with the exception of It Follows, but I recommend watching this with an open mind. There's a twist that makes it worth while and I must admit, I didn't see it coming a mile away. Perfect ending to my mini Friday the 13th marathon. -- -- -- -- <more>
The Boy....Revives the horror genre with a thrilling experience. (by mohbin999)
I will begin by saying this movie set a high standard for horror films for the year 2016, truly a thought provoking film which keeps the viewer hooked on the screen from start to finish.The trailer basically outlines the plot of the movie, in which an American women gets a job at babysitting a boy, with a desirable pay as well, however she is shocked to see that the boy is a doll and the parents of the boy have every reason to believe that the boy is alive and as seen in the trailer a chore list is made for the nanny and is strictly ordered to follow the rules, but like any other sane person <more>
would do she ignores the list and that's when the plot really starts to get interesting.Not to spoil the movie but the plot twist towards the end is probably in my opinion the high point of the film in which the viewers' jaws drop.over all an excellent movie, with great character development, great acting, clever cinematography and stays away from the common horror cliché's, truly a film worth watching alone or with a friend.I rate it 7.5