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Goosebumps Movie Review

Goosebumps Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.5/5
Reviews Counted: 4
Positive: 3
Negative : 1

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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
There’s nothing path-breaking about Goosebumps, but it never bores. There’s an old-fashioned playfulness to the ‘horror’ scenes, and frankly I thought there were more laughs than scares. I’m going with three out of five. It’s one of those films that the family can watch together. Not a bad way to spend two hours.
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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Shalini Langer Site:indianexpress
the film lurches between comedy and horror, none makes an impact but for the “Abominable Snowman”, and that’s only because he gets solo screen space. The film even takes a swing at Stephen King, and goes on to shoot one scene of Stine punching away at a typewriter under a banner that says ‘The Shining’. And yet, King is everywhere. Including at a school dance much like Carrie, where horror lurks nearby, that goes unacknowledged. The film apparently has Stine’s approval. It’s hard to see why.
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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Gavin Rasquinha Site:TOI
Stine and his books get a new lease of life in this charming tribute film.​ To have Slappy, arguably the most menacing villain of the series, leading the pack of baddies was a clever move. As the dummy tromps off in a car ​emblazoned with the word ​HAUNTED in​ place of ​a​ number plate, releasing one monster after another, ​Goosebumps maintains its breakneck speed amidst the lunacy. ​​​The film, with the well-mounted CG villains - the werewolf, the abominable snowman, body squeezers - and its hair-raising playfulness, is a pleasure ride.
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Johnson Thomas Site:Mid-day
As a standard children's adventure, this one is interesting enough but the horror part just doesn't stick. Darren Lemke, Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski who together adapted the stories to screenplay fail to generate enough scares or fears to make the grade as a young adult horror adventure. The takes are much too generic and don't appear inspired. The technique is better though not the very best and the narrative prefers to short-end the thrills. So in effect it's much less than what was aimed for.
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Movie Name: Goosebumps

Synopsis:Zach Cooper and his mother Gale move from New York to the fictional town of Madison, Delaware. Their new neighbors are the mysterious "Mr. Shivers" and his daughter Hannah, but when Zach tries to introduce himself, Mr. Shivers warns him to stay away from them. At school, Zach befriends Champ, an often bullied, socially awkward student. One night, Zach hears Mr. Shivers and Hannah arguing from his window, followed by Hannah screaming. He calls the police, but Mr. Shivers assures the officers that nothing is wrong and the scream was from a movie. Fearing Hannah is in danger, Zach tricks Mr. Shivers into going to the police station for further questioning.

Release Dates: Oct  30 2015

 Director:  Rachel Boynton

Running time: 1h 43m

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