The Conjuring 3 Review: I am a huge fan of horror films and honestly speaking the first Hollywood film that I saw in the cinema halls was The Conjuring, I still remember that spine-chilling moment from part 1 when the ghost pulls the leg of that girl. well, time passes and here we are at the third part of the film, I Just finished watching the film and here I am with the review of the film, we are going to talk about the positives and negatives of the film.
The movie stars the same old cast in the main lead role, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga is back again, the movie also stars Ruairi O’Connor, Julian Hilliard, and Eugenie Bondurant in supporting roles, the movie is created by Michael Chaves and produced by James Wan and Peter Safran. The movie is approx 2 Hours and 10 Minutes long and is now released in cinema halls and the HBO max. The movie is released in English audio as of now, there is no skin show but still, the movie is not suitable to watch with Kids.
The plot is a little different this time, the movie is more of a thriller than a horror, the story is about 8 years old David Glatzel who got possed by the evil spirit, the parent’s of David take help from Mr. & Mrs. Warren, during the exorcism Arne invites the evil spirit to enter his body to save the David from that evil spirit. Mr. Warren knows that the evil is not gone yet and he would attack back for sure and his prediction went Right, the Devil posses the Arne, and Arne Murders his house owner. Now a case of murder is filed against him and now Mr. & Mrs. Warren comes to the rescue the Arne by giving the statement that the devil forced Arne to murder and Arne is innocent and when Courts ask for proof Mr. and Mrs. Warren starts fathering evidence, would they able to do so, if yes? how to know this you have to watch the full movie on HBO max.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga were brilliant as always they still look the same, their body language, dialogue delivery, and expressions everything was just the same and it looks like Part 1, 2, and 3 all were made together and there is no time gap between them, both of these starts acting with same brilliance from where they left in Part 2. Ruairi O’Connor is the biggest highlight of the film and he has done a terrific job, for more he is the best performer from the movie, the way he changes his expressions and body language within a few seconds is just mindblowing. The rest of the characters were decent enough to watch. I would like to special mention that Kid, he was too good and he put a great impact on the film from his performance.
You are saying that it would be a horror movie but there is no thrill of horror in the film, I was shocked to see that this was the poorest film from the franchise if we compare it with the horrifying and scary scenes. There were 2-3 moments that can make your blood dry but if you are watching horror films for a long time, these scenes may look predictable to you, The story itself is very poor and it is not engaging at all, after 20-30 minutes, the get boring and loses its momentum. Although few sequences were very impressive still movie fails to give you bone-chilling moments.
The locations were the same and the music has nothing extraordinary to offer, the editing of the film is very poor and I don’t know how they made it so long with that poor storyline. The Screenplay, The Vfx, and the BGM were very average and it fails to make an impact in the film.
- Name Of The Film: The Conjuring
- Part: 03
- Release Date: 4th June 2021
- Platform: HBO Max
- Rating: 2/5
- Did I Liked It?: No
I am going with 2 out of 5 stars for the film, the film has no thrilling moments, no scary and bone chillings scenes, the movie is just another normal horror film. The movie seems like more of a murder mystery than a horror film. Better to watch Sweet Tooth on Netflix, it looks fresh and unique.
Review By Amritash (Reader From USA)
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