The Last Exorcism Review

August 27, 2010 by USA Post 

The Last Exorcism Review, Happy weekend everyone! In these days of summer, is anyone really thinking of going to the movies? If so, this weekend, rappers are thieves, exorcism goes wrong.

First off, a crew patch bank robbers may have met their match in Taker.

The film follows a team of notorious criminals is removed from sophisticated robberies and police frustration in the process. They are in and out without a trace. That is until a tough guy detective played by Matt Dillon gets into the case.

The film stars real-life criminal bar singers Chris Brown and TI “Along with Paul Walker and Hayden Christensen, and one of my favorite actors working in television and movies – Edris Elba – or The Wire Stringer Bell.

The movie is rated PG13.

The Reel Deal: A large amount of testosterone with good action, a pretty good story and a strong cast, Taker rises above your average heist film is hardly a film above-average heist. So the argument that is the end of August and it is not terrible, I find myself

Until next time, if you are looking for semi-realistic chills, you may want to check out the fake-u-mentary Exorcism past.

Following in the footsteps of paranormal activity and the Blair Witch, the camera becomes unstable. An evangelical minister who has no faith and has his supporters for all that is worthwhile is to retire. But he decides to meet a final paycheck and perform an exorcism past.

Invite a camera crew along to document the test, but the preacher soon realizes that getting the evil of a peasant girl can be a devil of a job. The film stars nobody you’ve ever heard have and is rated PG13.

The Reel Deal: The study you want, but there is no paranormal activity in The Exorcism past. Chefs throughout the film very well until the final, then blow it completely – I come down so bad it ruined the whole movie. I’m out.

Also in limited release this weekend, you can go way back to the second century Roman conquest of Britain with Centurion. And the biggest blockbuster of all time is back. In Avatar: The special edition, you get to see new footage nine minutes and only cost you twelve new dollars! I guess it’s for when avatar 162 minutes is not enough.

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