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Shut In Movie Review

Shut In Movie Review

Shut In Movie Review

Average Ratings:1.66/5

Reviews Counted:3


Negative :2
Neutral: 1

From All the  Top Indian Critics reviews on the web

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Renuka Site:Times Of India

An isolated house, stormy nights and a lonely existence… director Farren Blackburn’s psychological thriller has all the ingredients that are bound to spook you. Sadly, even a competent actor like Naomi Watts, fails to keep this sinking ship afloat, thanks to its done to death, wafer-thin plot. To cut to the chase, Shut In is like one of those forgettable low-budget slasher films that fail to make an impression. Barring Naomi Watts’ fearless presence, there is almost nothing that stands out or sends shivers down your spine. Charlie Heaton is decent but Jacob Tremblay is terribly wasted. You walk into this film, hoping to feel claustrophobic but walk out trying to shake off boredom.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Rashid Irani Site:Hindustan Times

This empty-headed ‘thriller’ is tedious from the word go.Amid scare-free nightmares and silly dialogue, you get a supposedly shocking twist that could be seen coming from miles away. Director Farren Blackburn, a veteran of British television, deliberately paces the film’s first hour so that very little of consequence happens, only to unconvincingly rush things in the last 30 minutes.

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Ratings:1/5 Review By:Shalini Langer Site:Indian Express

Teenage sons, distraught mothers, clinical psychologists, and Naomi Watts have rarely had it so bad. There is so much potential here, but it’s incomprehensible the direction the film eventually decides to take. And persist with, even when Mary’s clinical capabilities are put into serious question by how many clues she missed.

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Shut In Story: 

Mary (Naomi Watts) is a child psychologist who lives in isolation in rural New England after her husband dies in a horrific car accident. The tragedy also leaves her 18-year-old stepson Stephen (Charlie Heaton) in a bedridden, catatonic state, making him completely dependent on her. When one of Mary’s young patients goes missing and is presumed dead, she becomes convinced that the boy’s (Jacob Tremblay) ghost is now haunting both her and Stephen.

Naomi Watts
Oliver Platt
Charlie Heaton
Jacob Tremblay
David Cubitt

 Release Dates: Nov 18 2016 ( India)

Director:   Farren Blackburn

Running time: 131 min

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