Lost Souls

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Lost Souls: Friday October 13, 2000

Winona Ryder (Maya Larkin) stars as a woman of devout faith who has been assisting her priest with exorcisms, opening her up to a shocking revelation about a non-believer. Ryder has received two Academy Award nominations and a Golden Globe Award. Her portrayal of the feisty Jo in Gillian Armstrong's version of the classic Little Women earned her a nomination for Best Actress just a year after her work in Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence garnered her first Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. For the latter, she also won Golden Globe and National Board of Review Awards. . New Line Cinema.

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Score:

Reviewers

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Points 25 20 6 25 19

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19 - Not Worth Seeing

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Rating System:

0 - 40 points

Not Worth Seeing
40 - 65 points  Go See At Matinee
65- 85 points Worth Seeing
85-100 points Definitely worth seeing. "A must see!"
 
 
 
 

Director

Janusz Kaminski

Writers

Pierce Gardner,
Betsy Stahl

Genre

Horror/Thriller

Budget

 

Plot: 

 

Starring:

Winona Ryder as Maya Larkin
Ben Chaplin as Peter Kendell
Ashley Edner as Gina

 

Running Time

1hr 42min

Rating

Rated R for violence, terror and some language.

Distributor

New Line Cinema.

Trailer

Quicktime

Website

 Official Site

SoundTrack

 The People's Review of Lost Souls

Vin
score = 10
comments = This movie is horrible.  its very boring, jus save your money for sumthing else.

bryan
score = 10
comments = Aaargghhh!   Story line and coherence crashed in the last twenty minutes.  And I MEAN crashed horribly.  Someone forgot to write the end of this movie.  The rest of the movie scared the "begeebers" of me and my wife.

Bill
score = 30
comments = This film was very boring.It had a lot of useless things brought into the moive just to strech it out.
I say take the 8 bucks u would have spent seeing it and see something else

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