Greta

2018

Drama / Mystery / Thriller

63
IMDb Rating 6 10 11101

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Cast

Chloë Grace Moretz as Frances McCullen
Maika Monroe as Erica Penn
Isabelle Huppert as Greta Hideg
Colm Feore as Chris McCullen
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855.96 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 38 min
P/S 18 / 98
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1hr 38 min
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842.71 MB
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24 fps
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R
24 fps
1hr 38 min
P/S 14 / 93

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FrenchEddieFelson 4 / 10

A frustrating and disappointing psychological thriller

A patchy and irregular film crippled by a script written on a tiny Post-It with a few completely far-fetched plot twists that I will leave untold so as not spoil the movie. The cast of this American film is notably composed of Isabelle Huppert, one of the most famous and talented French actresses, with Romy Schneider, Catherine Deneuve, Stéphane Audran, Simone Signoret or Marion Cotillard. Although she is gorgeous, she vainly tries to save this literally incredible movie, not to mention Colm Feore or Stephen Rea, two secondary actors in this movie that we do not see often enough on the screens. With a scriptwriter worthy of the profession, the film would have been significantly better. Moreover, I have really a hard time recognizing the style of the director of The End of the Affair (1999), Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) or The Crying Game (1992). As a synthesis: frustrating and disappointing.

Reviewed by marc88 2 / 10

Stupid People Doing Stupid Things!

This is a movie made by a desperate director. So many obvious mistakes make by the young heroine. I blame the director for this. And when the director has to to resort to a fake dream sequences that means desperation...

Reviewed by archcorenth 2 / 10

Third Rate Fatal Attraction

One has some hope when this movie begins. Chloe's character isn't very interesting (to the extent that I don't think I learned her name by the end of the movie). (I think maybe the idea of making her so simpering was so we could possibly believe her to be unable to overpower an old lady, but it doesn't make for interesting viewing.) But Isabelle plays her character very enigmatically. Who is this woman who is so desperate for friends she hides purses with cash and an ID around the city? But the riddle is empty. She's just a malignant serial killer. The movie is utterly lacking in the psychological game play of Misery or Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? firstly, because Chloe's character is too idiotically simple to engage in it, and second because Isabelle's might as well be a fairy witch as a human being (and frankly I have more sympathy for the witch from Rapunzel after seeing Into the Woods). At the point at which you find out Isabelle kept her daughter locked in a box growing up, you'll wonder why you're keeping yourself locked in the theater.

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