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In a high-rise apartment young parents Alex and Mahsa live with their seven-year-old daughter Mina. Everything about the family is completely normal, uncomfortably real: Their home, their jobs, her school, the way they hold and love each other. The line between fact and fiction is blurred because THEY ARE A REAL family. Until completely normal turns into what they fear the most. Alex's injury opens the door to a malevolent force that attacks and dismantles the family one person at a time: A violent aggressor determined to prove that possession is real, unconscionably disturbing and very different from how it's depicted in the movies.

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Luciferous movie full length review - Interesting, but ultimately not worth it

I've watched a LOT of movies in my lifetime, from instant classics to bottom of the barrel trash, so I like to think I know how film is supposed to work.

Luciferous is at heart, a pretty good film. However, decent acting and limited, but successful settings cannot save a flawed film. Alex and Mahsa live a very comfortable life in an upscale condo with their young daughter, Mina. Life is great until Alex suffers a head injury and after a slow recovery begins to act more and more strangely, eventually putting his family in danger. The movie flows well, with nice transitions from scene to scene. There are a few bumps in the road where situations occur for no other reason than to move the plot along. The main problem with the movie is one which has become more common now that anyone can make a movie for a few grand, a computer and some electronics. The film attempts to sum everything up in too short a time! This flaw almost always leaves the viewer with more questions than answers and not in a good way. I like films than makes me think. I LOVE movies that force me to think outside my comfort zone. A good example would be "Memento". This movie attempts to sway the viewer into believing that supernatural forces are the cause without actually giving any reason to think that. Alex's head injury plus loads of medication easily explain all the bizarre happenings at the home, yet the supernatural element is pushed numerous times. The final 15 minutes are where the film falls flat on it's face. Like too many other movies, in too short a time, we are given a LOT of information which, ideally, is supposed to make us say "So THAT'S why all that happened"? Certain scenes gain more importance and the actions of certain characters become more relevant. That's not the case with this film. Without giving too much away, everything that has occurred to the family is summed up in the final few minutes without really explaining much at all! Logic went out the window and the sense of cohesion we're supposed to feel simply doesn't occur. What is supposed to be an "Aha!" moment is actually a "What the ....?" moment. instead of making me want to watch the movie over again to look for bits that I thought were insignificant or didn't make sense I wanted to ask for my 90 minutes back. ALl in all, the acting, direction and sets were actually pretty good for a low budget film, but the script fails in ways that make the viewing experience unenjoyable. Oh yeah, and Mina constantly whining, crying and yelling for "Mommy" begins to get on your nerves in about 18 minutes.