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As a persuasive exercise, it is, well, persuasive. As a story, the movie is only fractionally formed.


Despite the story's lurid potential and melodramatic leanings, this film does take itself, its exploration of faith, and the uncertainty of its main character seriously.

Silent Night

Silent Night is a particularly haunting tale of an impending apocalypse—not only because it directly addresses the terror, but also because it examines the absurdity.


Encounter isn't a messy movie. In terms of plot and characters and tone, it is a gravely inconsistent one.

The Hand of God

For something that's so close to Sorrentino, there's an unfortunate emotional distance within the movie itself.


In depicting Amin's story through animation, the actual events take on the unreal feeling that Amin himself must have experienced.


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