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Kodi Smit-McPhee (Owen) and Chloe Grace Moretz (Abby) do an amazing and impressive job acting.
This is the American remake of Let the Right One In, a Swedish film that is probably the best vampire movie ever made.
The score is beautiful, although there are moments in the film that could do without a background score.
Both of the films based on the book by John Ajvide Lindqvist were well done but the book is still better.Published 2 days ago by nicholas karako
This is a unique Vampire movie - it's not a horror movie per se but it is a uniquely fresh take.
I have seen the original Scandinavian version of this film, as well as... Read more
The item (a DVD) arrived in good time (only a few days) and well packaged. The only defect was a single glitch in the disc that caused an easily and quickly corrected disruption in... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Mathew J. Tillman
Owen was a young boy. He was completely alone. His mom was alive, but was not raising him. He was often attacked by other kids - not bullied, attacked. Read morePublished 13 days ago by A Customer
It's a remake of let the right one in.
Not a bad job but I recommend the original.
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I have seen a Best Buy ad that states it comes with an acetate-style slip-case. My understanding is that it will be similar to how "Stir Of Echoes" (the Kevin Bacon horror film) and "The Usual Suspects - Special Edition" came originally. Basically, all the blood and... Read More
Jan 29, 2011 by M. Cook | See all 3 posts
It has subtitles. It probably also has CC.
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