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The Exorcism of Emily Rose
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The Exorcism of Emily Rose

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A priest becomes involved in executing exorcism on a young girl which later becomes a homicide case as the prosecuting lawyer decides that she has an illness called schizophrenia and should be medically treated.
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Movies for the Masses
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October 03, 2006

full review in Greek
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Looking Closer
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September 21, 2007

It avoids gratuitous gore and the shocks that provide the backbone of most horror films. ... [Derrickson's] more interested in the spiritual questions at hand.
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USA Today

September 09, 2005

The performances are topnotch.
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Toronto Star
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September 09, 2005

This is a horror movie, for once, which really wants us to use our heads.
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Cinefantastique
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August 25, 2010

"The film finds a way to justify its existence despite the inevitable comparisons to ["The Exorcist"], in whose shadow it will inevtiably stand..."
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Ebert & Roeper

September 12, 2005

Very scary stuff. And as a courtroom drama, very effective.
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 30, 2007

A glum and undistinguished drama -- it's certainly nothing so crass as a horror movie, despite the spooky come-on of the marketing.
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Seattle Times

September 09, 2005

As courtroom drama, The Exorcism of Emily Rose works effectively; as a scarefest, it misses the mark. But the performances stick with you, particularly that of Linney, who has an elegant steeliness.
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Eye for Film
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July 04, 2007

Derrickson's film has been overtaken by bland characters, cheap shocks, kindergarten theology and a pace so plodding that viewers will be left wondering whether it is just Erin's watch that has mysteriously stopped.
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Washington Post
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September 09, 2005

There's no green vomit and nobody's head ever rotates a full 360; we stay in the natural world and never enter a movie world, and that makes the movie a lot better.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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September 09, 2005

Emily Rose is the thinking person's demon possession movie.
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