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The Mothman Prophecies

3 Ratings: 3.3
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Director: Mark Pellington
Genre: Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Release Date: January 25, 2002
MPAA Rating: PG-13
1 review about The Mothman Prophecies

a creepy and mysterious psychological thriller that boggles the mind....

  • Dec 29, 2009
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Everyone all over the world has legendary monsters  that  are told to  each generations. Mexico has the chupacabra, the Tibetans have the abominable snowman. And the USA has the beast of Bray Road  and now the Mothman.

"The Mothman Prophecies"  is the modern reworking of the events that happened in Point Pleasant, West Virgina    in 1967. Those occurrences have been moved up to 2002 to be told with a modern twist and I'm here to tell you that it worked. "The Mothman Prophecies"  is eerie, smart, extremely complex, dark  and mysterious. This film will  have you hooked form the  horrific and  mysterious  beginning  till the shocking and even more mysterious end  and it won't stop  throwing thrills and  chills at you  until  the credits  rolls.

Richard Gere gives an extremely disturb and emotional performance  as  the reporter trying to piece together the  event's of The Mothman. Gere's  performance is extremely key to keeping this film from falling apart, he's the glue that keeps everything together  and is also the engine of the film  he keeps it running  even when it should stall  out and die. Will Paton's is equally as good as Gere with his  mysterious  and disturb performance  as Gordon Smallwood. Patton is as much a key player in this films story as Gere, Patton even more so. Patton is  much more  apart of the story then the events taking place  and he  helps keep it interesting as Much as Gere does. The cast is phenomenal and does there best to keep this  supernatural thriller afloat  and instead they make it soar  to new heights.

"The Mothman Prophecies"  is eerily suspenseful and  shockingly real in it's portrayal of the events that took place in Point Pleasant. And will keep you guessing if what is happening is real or all in Richard Gere's head. All in all "The Mothman Prophecies"  is a supernatural mystery you'll want to expose.
a creepy and mysterious psychological thriller that boggles the mind....

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