Now in theaters everywhere from Warner Bros. Pictures is Todd Lincoln’s The Apparition, a supernatural horror with Found Footage elements, and the cast of Ashley Greene, Sebastian Stan, Luke Pasqualino, Julianna Guill and Tom Felton.
“[The movie] opens with not one, but two fantastic sequences that set the table for what should be the premiere haunter of the year. Unfortunately, the rest of the film is bogged down with heavy exposition, lack of rules, and a lackluster performance from Sebastian Stan.
“The biggest problem with The Apparition is that the story behind haunting is way, way, wayyyyy more interesting than the relationship between [Stan and Green’s characters).
“In the end it just feels like Apparition is unfocused and overdeveloped.”
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