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Carice van Houten as Lindsey
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Aaron Eckhart as Dr. Ember
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641.39 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
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1.33 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
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Reviewed by claudio_carvalho6 / 10

Entertaining but Flawed Storyline

In New York, the boy Cameron (David Mazouz) lives with his Dutch mother Lindsey (Carice van Houten) that is divorced from his alcoholic father Dan (Matt Nable). One night, Cameron overhears a noise in the kitchen and is attacked by a homeless; however he kills the man, breaking his neck. The Vatican representative Camilla (Catalina Sandino Moreno) summons the scientist Dr. Ember (Aaron Eckhart) to help the boy that is possessed and the exorcism is not effective. Dr. Ember has the ability to enter in the mind of people possessed by demons and bring them back to reality in a dangerous procedure with the support of his team composed by Oliver (Keir O'Donnell) and Riley (Emily Jackson). When Dr. Ember visits Cameron, he realizes that the boy is possessed by the insidious demon Maggie, who killed his wife and son in a car accident. Will Dr. Ember succeed in destroying Maggie and saving Cameron?

"Incarnate" is an entertaining film with a flawed storyline with a combination of "The Matrix" and "The Exorcist". The return of the possessed person from the dream to the real world does not use a red pill but a treasured object that brings recollection to the owner. There are at least two casualties (the homeless and Dan) in Lindsey 's apartment with no investigation from the police. Why the demon at the priest's house need to cut his neck? The screenplay should have been more careful in details. The conclusion is open to interpretation maybe with the author using a hook for a sequel. My vote is six.

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Reviewed by nogodnomasters8 / 10

Fate worse than death

This production pulls out all the stops by employing top "B" lister Aaron Eckhart to play Dr. Ember. Since childhood Ember has had the ability to enter people's minds and "expel" the "demon" or "mental parasite" as he prefers. He chases the demon who caused an auto accident which killed his wife and child (doesn't care so much about the child) and put him in a wheelchair. He works with a team of scientists who perform "exorcisms." Meanwhile little Cameron Sparrow (David Mazouz) becomes possessed by touching a homeless woman on his ceiling. (I didn't make this film.) Ember, who is flirting with retirement is coaxed into the job when he believes it is the demon Ash aka Plague, aka I didn't write them all down, that killed his wife. The demon is toying with Ember... "let the games begin." This is a slightly different type of exorcism film because it does not use both a young and a washed up priest, although Catholics do find their way into the film. The rest of the formula is the same. Sigh. Now if I was living my dream, and someone told me it was a dream and I had to leap from a high up window to "escape" it...I am pretty sure I wouldn't do it. That's just me. I am open for possession.

Good "B" film acting. Story seems well crafted although it feels like they cut a scene or how did they move and examine the kid without touching him? Guide: No sex, or nudity or even a reference to sex. Even in the bathroom scene a man is washing his face. Early bar scene with pretty women acting sexy. There is one F-word usage claimed by IMDb that I missed.

Reviewed by kosmasp6 / 10

Fight the evil

Fighting evil is always ... good. No pun intended. In this movie we have Aaron Eckhart in the main role and one of the Game of Thrones cast regulars as side dish. She really doesn't have that much to do here. A lot of cliches will be taken advantage of but that's how it is.

The movie works overall even with a very high predictibility rate. There's blood, there are jump scares and there are things that have to happen, whether you agree with them or not ... like the omission of any logic at certain points

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