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Annabelle: Creation Movie Review

Annabelle: Creation Movie Review

Average Ratings:2.7/5

Reviews Counted:5
Score: 67% Positive


Negative :1

From All the  Top Indian Critics reviews on the web

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Rajeev Masand Site:News18

Now it’s not a half bad premise and there are some good jump scares. But there isn’t a smidgen of novelty or inventiveness in this movie; it trades in the same old clichés and lazy ideas. I know that it’s part of the very conceit of horror films, but I’m getting a little tired of having to care for characters that do the stupidest things in the face of danger.If you can overlook these nigglings, perhaps you’ll enjoy all the times this movie jolts you out of your seat. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five for Annabelle: Creation. It’s not bad, it’s just same old, same old.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Nihit Site:Times Of India

A good horror movie makes your heart leap out of your chest while simultaneously tugging at your heartstrings. And we’re happy to report that Annabelle: Creation, the fourth installment in The Conjuring franchise, is emotionally potent and downright scary. Having watched the previous films will help, but the movie is a legitimate standalone chiller. If there were a Horror For Dummies guidebook, Annabelle: Creation would make for a good chapter in it.

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

Taking the reins from John R Leonetti, director David F Sandberg (Lights Out) serves up plenty of religious mumbo-jumbo, amped-up sound effects and other hoary horror movie tropes — flickering light bulbs, creaky doors and other jump-scares. The preposterous climax ensures that the malevolent doll can strike again in the near future. Talitha Bateman is effective as the possessed, polio-afflicted orphan, but the rest of the performances are uniformly forgettable. As, indeed, is Annabelle: Creation.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Mihir Site:Firstpost

Annabelle Creation is no different from any of the bazillion films made in this subgenre, and while it looks and sounds fairly promising, it doesn’t offer anything new for horror movie geeks.There are quite a few jump scares but they’re all predictable and ultimately not very memorable. The other issue is narrative logic. Those who have watched the Conjuring films already know that the doll is possessed – so when the ‘reveal’ is done in such a dramatic fashion it is an unearned shock.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Sameeksha Site:News18

Annabelle: Creation makes you fear the doll again and this time for genuine, wit-numbing reason. There comes a time when you actually want to get up and leave the theater to get hold of the normal things going around you. PS: The post credit scene gives a nod to the presence of the doll-devil in future episodes and the end even links it with the forgetful prequel released in 2014.

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Annabelle: Creation Story: 

In 1943, dollmaker Samuel Mullins and his wife Esther grieve for the loss of their five-year-old daughter Annabelle (Bee), who died after she was run over by a passing car. An unknown entity, which the couple believes to be their daughter’s spirit, convinces them to transfer its essence into one of Samuel’s crafted porcelain dolls. Their elation soon turns to anguish when the Mullins realize they have attracted a demon looking for a human host. They take the doll to Bee’s room and lock it in a closet wallpapered with pages from the Bible before hiring priests to bless both the room and the house.

Stephanie Sigman
Talitha Bateman
Anthony LaPaglia
Miranda Otto

 Release Dates: Aug 18, 2017 ( India)

Director: David F. Sandberg

Running time: 1h 48 min

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