Hide and Seek
Source: Catholic News Service
Schlocky psychological unthriller about a New York psychologist (Robert De Niro) who relocates to the country with his young traumatized daughter (Dakota Fanning) after his wife commits suicide, but once there he becomes increasingly alarmed when a series of strange and terrifying events leads him to question whether his daughter's imaginary friend named "Charlie" is really make-believe or something more malevolent. Directed by John Polson, the cliche-riddled film bores more than it scores, lacking in any real suspense let alone the faintest semblance of logic, and its twist ending elicits more snickers than surprise. Recurring violence, including a graphic suicide and several murders, as well as intense scenes of menace involving a minor. The USCCB Office for Film & Broadcasting classification is A-III -- adults. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is R -- restricted.
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