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Meet the Mormons wants to show the world the positive aspect of the religion, but doesn’t want to talk about the specifics. All those misconceptions you had about Mormonism are probably true as they’re never fully addressed in this documentary. The way it redirects the viewer into analyzing some well-meaning Mormons as opposed to focusing on the core principles of the religion is a rather childish argument for the LDS church. It’s the movie equal of a Mormon politely laughing awkwardly when asked the gutsier questions ... Read full review »
The full effect of a horror film mostly comes from not knowing what to expect. Poltergeist lacks that tension as a remake that plays to all the expectations of its predecessor far too exact. The trees that smash through the windows to grab you? They’re here. The portal in the closet that sucks in all the contents of a bedroom? That’s here. The creepy clown that reaches out to grab you? He’s here. That key phrase when the daughter touches the television screen? You better believe that’s here. But if you’re expecting ... Read full review »