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Rhoda Penmark. I couldn't wait for it to end. It was really an unpleasant movie to watch. The entire time, I mentally compared it to the original and wished I MALICE - The Bad Seed - COREYOGRAPHY (All Media watching that one instead. Emma and the acting wasn't too bad. But the dramatic scenes of Chloe in the garage just didn't match the horror of Henry Jones.
The distraught mother in held a lot more emotion. The best part was when Patty McCormack said her couple of gem lines. The ending was a little different but nothing to wow you.
If given a choice watch the original, MALICE - The Bad Seed - COREYOGRAPHY (All Media. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. But when isn't it? Everyone played their roles, albeit with some changes than the Album). The little girl was spot on, had this been done about ten years earlier, the girl who played in "The Orphan" would have been perfect also.
I nearly spat my drink out when the psychiatrist, who played the original little girl, to her father that she was okay and was EXACTLY like her, when she was her age. LOL Lowe decided to go a different direction at the end, but all in all, the movies wasn't bad and the girl was just as evil and crafty as the original. I only now learned there was version, but will probably see that another time. I just finished watching this remake of the classic, and I am so disappointed.
Hr caters to her every whim, and turns a blind eye to her blatant faults. When she starts killing beginning with the cat, then moving on to her classmate, the headmistress, then her nanny I was expecting the Dad to get a clue? Especially when he is TOLD by the headmistress that his precious Emma was with the dead boy right before he died? And what about when he finds out that she has that dead kid's medal after all?
After she told him and the kid's parent's that she was NOT with him? Oh, and don't get me started on the "Nanny", okayyyy??? I enjoyed the bad seed, I like the ending in the first one better. The little girl acting was great. Someone take Rob Lowe's directing license that ending was terrible. I liked it! The acting was good and the little girl's creep factor was spot on. It totally succeeded at being a thriller. I had trouble sleeping after watching it so that says something!
I just created an account to write a few things. I have not seen any other original or remake so my review would be for this. How on earth did a 9 year old girl grab a ladder,wear a special suit for wasps been there and done that actually pull apart the wasps nest without damaging it it's like paper Album) the teacher's car,manage to somehow get in it and place the nest in there?
I mean how is it it even possible? Please someone explain this to me. My partner and I knew she had changed the cups at the end How did he not know? She found the gun,fired it,missed!!!!!!!! I mean even for a few seconds? With thousands of cases she said it she would have come upon psychotic children acting normal?
She dismisses everything bad about the girl Why didn't the guy who shot him,shoot him in the leg or hit him on the head to knock him out? There are a lot more that I cannot recall but overall just bad directing It does not amount to the original in the s but this one is all by it self. Emma is a girl who knows what she wants and shows the true signs of a psychopath. The creepy music, the acting, and the feeling of always being on your toes help with this movie.
The gore is very low and the lack of emotions is very high. I suggest watching the bad seed if you haven't already done so. Most people like the original movie adaptation because the ending is more satisfying. This movie and the stage play is truer to the novel. The ending is irritating. I'm pleased that Lowe changed the parental gender and a few other things. Otherwise, why bother?
RiskeyD 18 September First, McKenna Grace must be a forty year-old actress in a child's body; her performance is that good. One of the best scenes was her practicing being bubbly and sincere in the mirror, then revealing her cold, calculating interior. I think it was a mistake to make the flick about a single father raising his daughter rather than a mother, like the original.
Many of the reviewers here don't seem to realize the ridiculous lightning strike death in the original movie was because the Hayes Office wouldn't allow the film to end like the play did on Broadway, with the mother dying and the daughter living, similar to this remake.
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