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(31278) 5.3 93 min 2019

The Curse of la Llorona is a movie starring Linda Cardellini, Raymond Cruz, and Patricia Velasquez. Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother suspected of child endangerment, a social worker and her own small kids are soon...

Raymond Cruz, Marisol Ramirez, Linda Cardellini, Patricia Velasquez
Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Michael Chaves

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Director Michael Chaves
Writer Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis
Stars Raymond Cruz, Marisol Ramirez, Linda Cardellini, Patricia Velasquez
Country USA
Also Known As La malédiction de la Llorona, Itkevän naisen kirous, La malédiction de la dame blanche, La maldición de la llorona, Mẹ Ma Than Khóc La Llorona, The Children, Mekoulelet, Lloronas Fluch, Prokletstvo tugujuce zene, The Curse of the Crying Woman, Prokletstvo ožalošćene žene, Lanetli Gözyaşları, Verkiancios moters prakeiksmas, The Curse of the Weeping Woman, La maldición de La Llorona, Blestemul femeii care plânge, ラ・ヨローナ伝説, La Llorona, La Llorona - Le lacrime del male, Η κατάρα της Γιορόνα, A gyászoló asszony átka, Topielisko. Klątwa la Llorony, A Maldição da Mulher Que Chora, La Llorona: Prokletá žena, Raudošās sievietes lāsts, Lloranas Fluch, A Maldição da Chorona, The Curse of La Llorona, Shrapit Stree, La Maldición de la Llorona, La maldición de la Llorona
Runtime 1H 33M
Description After investigating a puzzling case of child neglect, the troubled welfare worker and widowed mother of two, Anna Tate-Garcia, starts to see spine-chilling visions of a weeping woman: La Llorona. As Anna delves deeper and deeper into this supernatural mystery, the malevolent entity's powerful stranglehold on her children, Samantha and Chris, tightens, leaving her no other choice but to turn to the former priest, Rafael Olvera. Now, Anna and her family find themselves embroiled in a crippling centuries-old curse. Can Anna defend her children from the Curse of La Llorona?

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 11:00

*SPOILERS* For the most part, this movie is a pretty good murder mystery. It's got the quirky characters and the dark atmosphere that has the potential to make the viewer jump in a couple of places. But in the end, it's just too stupid. I was expecting the movie to be more gory. The killer here is a young girl who has an average IQ. It was one of the very few parts of the movie that the character had the IQ to figure out what the killer was trying to do. However, this movie takes the same stupid route that movies like "Troll 2" take. For example, instead of a chain that holds the killer's blood inside his body, this movie has a baby formula bottle that is basically a miniature version of a rat's nest. And even though the movie had a huge plot twist when we find out that the killer is actually a 12 year old boy, I didn't really feel like I had to pay attention to that part. If the movie wasn't so silly, the movie would've been a great movie. I do think that the movie is worth seeing because it shows what a movie like this can do. However, for all of the special effects, there is a character that is physically paralyzed. It was actually very cool when the character was paralyzed. I'm not sure if the actor was using a stunt double, but it was a great way to show what a special effect can do. But I would've been really disappointed if I wasn't aware that the character was physically paralyzed. *SPOILER* It was also cool when the killer actually shot the girl with the rat's nest, which makes sense because it had a decent gore effect, but there was no body part hitting the floor, no blood pouring down the walls, and no physical violence done to the characters. It's also not really the type of movie that you can watch with your kids, so you should probably be able to tell them not to watch this movie. The movie also contains some racist elements and the killer seems to be able to kill whomever he wants, but he also keeps getting killed by people that are Jewish, which is strange because a Jewish boy would be one of the more racist characters. All in all, the movie is worth seeing, but I would probably wait for it to come out on cable, because you won't be able to see the special effects. This movie is definitely not for the parents that want their kids to see, but it is a movie that you can watch with your family.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 09:41

It was a huge disappointment when I heard that Dario Argento had no new movies coming out. However, the opposite happened. Every time I see a new film, I am saddened that he hasn't done another one. When I heard that a new Dario Argento film was going to be out, I was very excited to see it. I was even more excited to see it because I really liked "The Wicker Man", "Dolores Claiborne", and "Suspiria". Although I loved them, I also felt they were not as good as the ones I loved. "Suspiria" is a pretty good film, but "Dolores" was just OK. I am glad that they finally did something new with Dario Argento. Dario Argento's style of film making, is that of a silent film. He uses a lot of slower scenes, and also some fast scenes. In the "Suspiria" scene, Dario Argento used a lot of slow scenes, but it was more intense and more graphic than the movie I really wanted to see, "Dolores". This film is really good, and I would have rather seen it in the theater. The only thing I can say, is that I think it would be better if it was going to be a 90 minute film. It is really long, and I have never seen a Dario Argento movie that was so long. If I would have seen this in theaters, I would have had to wait two hours to see it. I would have also gotten up and left, but because I wanted to see it, I went to see it in the theater. I thought it was the best Dario Argento movie I had seen, and I would have wanted to see it in theaters, but I think it would have been better if it was more like a 90-minute film. I would have not been disappointed, if it had been a 90-minute movie. As it is, I would have rather seen it in theaters. I am glad that it was Dario Argento's last film, because he did a good job with it, but I would have liked to see him do more film. Dario Argento is definitely not a bad filmmaker, but he is also not a good director. He is very talented, and he should have made more films, but he is not the filmmaker I like to see. However, I do feel that it is still a good film, and I would have liked to see more of Dario Argento.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 06:43

This film was a huge disappointment for me. The real reason it made it to a 7, the worst movie I've ever seen for years, is because it was based on a book I hadn't read. I really didn't want to see it, especially since I knew nothing about the film. I took the film into my subconscious thinking it would be a guilty pleasure. I was right. I sat through the whole thing thinking about my personal life, how much better it would have been if I had never gotten into the genre in the first place. It's an interesting, weird movie. It's filled with a lot of weirdos, even for a film about vampires. It's a really good film though, and I would recommend it to any horror fan, just not the kind of horror fan who was looking for something better than the average, but it's still really good. It's also one of the few films where a woman really gets turned by a movie. I think it's important to get a sense of realism, and if you've seen a lot of the horror movies, you'll know what I'm talking about. Some people have said they feel robbed, or the film is too long, but I think there is nothing wrong with that. The film didn't have to be that long, there were some parts I could have done without, and it wasn't too long either. If you've seen a lot of the horror films, you'll know what I'm talking about. I don't want to spoil any of the film for you, but let's just say you'll be surprised. All the actors, the whole cast is great. It's a film that you should really see. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone else, but I'd still recommend it to people who really want to see a film and are into a certain genre. I don't know if I'd recommend this to anyone else, but I'm pretty sure I'll give it a chance, since I really enjoyed it. I'd give it a 6.5 out of 10.

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