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Film Review: ' The Disappointments Room' Reviewed at Edwards Greenway Grand Palace Stadium 24, Houston, Sept.
A riveting psychological thriller about an American exchange student in France involved in a suspicious accident and the dark secrets a small town is hiding. Roch, barefoot, bloodied, and unable to say what has happened to her A riveting psychological thriller about an American exchange student in France involved in a suspicious accident and the dark secrets a small town is hiding. Roch, barefoot, bloodied, and unable to say what has happened to her.
There are a lot of things that we love about Halsey—her outspoken nature, her infectious tunes, her thrilling performances—but our favorite thing about her is probably her style.
From her electric blue hair to her striking pixie cut, she’s turned into quite the aesthetic chameleon.
Raido labors mightily to play David as an attentive and compassionate spouse, but his character’s behavior, here and elsewhere, distractingly suggests the mindset of a passive-aggressive control freak. With: Kate Beckinsale, Mel Raido, Lucas Till, Duncan Joiner, Celia Weston, Gerald Mc Raney, Marcia De Rousse.
Still, except for when she’s trying way too hard in a rather unfortunate scene that calls for drunken ranting, Beckinsale is credible and compelling as Dana tries to make the best of a bad situation, then becomes increasingly frantic as that situation turns into something much worse.
But even before Dana shows up plastered for a poorly timed dinner party, the movie devolves into a half-baked goulash of red herrings, horror-movie clichés, and dangling plot threads.
Worse, there are hints of last-minute editing-room surgery: One character grimly examines newspaper clippings of local murders with allegedly supernatural links, but there’s absolutely no payoff for the portentous scene.
After Quinn is arrested and a trial by media ensues, she finds an unlikely ally in the young journalist.
In the hands of a lesser actress, Madeline would amount to a pile of nonsense in yoga pants.
As played by Witherspoon, she’s funny, intimidating, and when she reveals the cracks in her moisturized facade, a little tragic.
The song’s dreamy vibe comes into stark contrast with the video’s roller coaster story line.
There is more mood than matter to be sampled in “The Disappointments Room,” a spooky psychological thriller — or, perhaps, a psychological thriller with spooks — that is initially intriguing but ultimately, unfortunately, lives down to its title. Somewhere around the two-thirds mark, however, the movie skids off the rails as the storyline becomes at once less mysterious and more illogical, raising the suspicion that, midway through the filming, everyone involved simply tossed aside the script and started making things up as they went along.
But Dana doesn’t really begin to come apart at the seams until she’s informed that what she found is a “Disappointments Room” — the sort of chamber where wealthy folks used to imprison offspring “born with certain difficulties.” (Or, as Caruso slyly indicates with a clip from the 1943 film of “Jane Eyre,” a place where husbands could lock up their inconveniently crazy wives.) For a respectable stretch of its running time, “The Disappointments Room” sustains interest by keeping the audience guessing as to whether guilt or ghosts (or both) may be triggering the frightening sights and sounds that bedevil Dana.