The Last Exorcism
The Last Exorcism Movie Summary:
Coton Marcus is a reverend who lost his faith, since he lost his son. He is called to perform an exorcism in Louisiana, and although he does not believe it, he thinks this is better for that family, to think they are free from evil.
So he agrees to bring two people with him to Louisiana, to do a documentary of he´s life and work.
When he arrives to Louisiana, to do the exorcism of the daughter of Louis Sweetzer, which is a religious fanatic, the Rev. Cotton thinks that this will be just another exorcism, but soon discovers it is not as easy as he thought.
The Last Exorcism best reviews:
“It’s scary fun and packed with comic bits that skate between sad and absurd like the best of reality TV. “
Boxoffice Magazine by Sara Maria Vizcarrondo -- Read Full Review
“The method is well-worn and the subject-matter familiar, but this is a smart, scary little picture.”
Empire by Kim Newman -- Read Full Review
The Last Exorcism worst reviews:
“Patrick Fabian is charming as Marcus, and director Daniel Stamm delivers a series of surefooted scares as the staged possession turns real. But the movie is still unsatisfying; in its eagerness to deliver familiar genre pleasures, it somehow misplaces its soul.”
Chicago Reader by Noah Berlatsky -- Read Full Review
“The Last Exorcism trods on previously stomped ground and has almost no good jump-outta-your-seat moments.”
New York Daily News by Joe Neumaier -- Read Full Review