Shut In

2016

Drama / Thriller

42
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 3%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 24%
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 5636

Synopsis


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Cast

Naomi Watts as Mary Portman
Oliver Platt as Dr. Wilson
Peter Outerbridge as Richard
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Noman Khan 6 / 10

A good movie that has wrong critics

From my point of view this movie was a good movie that has all ingredients which a suspense/thriller movie demands. Story was OK, acting was OK, dialogues were OK according to the scene neither more nor less, cinematography was also good. I think it was a perfect movie i don't know why people have given below 5 rating with bad comments. For me if you have to watch a suspense/ thriller and horror movie then there are some rules to apply before watching. first you make an environment for the movie, you have no other work to do between the movie, you don't talk between the movie, you don't even miss a single dialogue, your lights should turn off so that your focus should be completely on the movie. So i think those who have given it less than 5 rating did not apply those rules otherwise the rating of this movie should have been not less than 6.

Reviewed by s3276169 6 / 10

Predictable thriller....

Shut In is a rather predictable thriller that treads a well worn path.

That's not to say this is a poor film, its just that this concept has been recycled so many times, its become rather obvious whats happening and where its going.

Naomi Watts hands in a decent job in the lead role and indeed, the cast in general hand in competent performances. The tension builds nicely but I felt, the reveal was too sudden and robbed the film of much of the scare factor that had been built up to that point.

The actions of the key character also seem a bit absurd at times as does the overall concept, which stretches credulity to a degree.

In short, not a bad film if you like a few scares but regrettably nothing terribly special either. Six out of ten from me.

Reviewed by Tony Heck ([email protected]) 5 / 10

A movie with really good acting but just never really settled into something I could get involved in.

"I just want to help you." Mary Portman (Watts) is a child psychologist that has lost her husband and is taking care of her invalid son. She does her best to counsel other children while her life is crumbling down. She becomes concerned with one child in particular and now she has to decide to do what is best for the child. What she wants, or what others think. This is a movie that is worth watching because of Naomi Watts. She does everything she can to hold this movie together but it still just doesn't work. The movie starts off OK, but by the end it was hard to tell what was actually happening and what was real and what wasn't. I do like movies you have to think about, but this one just didn't make sense and you are left thinking about what is happening, then something else strange happens and you are trying to figure out how it fits and then something else happens and you just give up. That is not a good thing to happen in a movie. Overall, a movie with really good acting but just never really settled into something I could get involved in. I give this a C-.

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