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Dark Water

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Because of her lack of enough money after she broke up with her husband, Dahlia and her daughter Cecilia moves to unpleasant apartment which sounds scary and weird. They keep hearing freaky sounds but they could not leave the apartment. At the end, Dahila faces bad incident.
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Slate

July 08, 2005

This is an eerie, relentlessly grim, invasive little movie -- a tone poem of despair that seeps into you like the damp.
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ComingSoon.net
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March 18, 2011

The supporting characters, in fact, are the most enjoyable part of the film, often more enjoyable than Connelly or Gade, each taking great advantage of their scenes to create real people in a short space of time.
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Film Journal International
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February 22, 2007

A moody, quirky movie that, although flawed, is worth a walk to the theatre in a gentle rain.
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ColeSmithey.com
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April 16, 2009

Esteemed Brazilian director Walter Salles ("The Motorcycle Diaries") falls flat on his face on his first Hollywood outing with a horror movie that will bore you to tears.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

Evolves from a supernatural mystery to a truly sad tragedy...
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Toronto Star
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July 08, 2005

Working from a premise that's not only thin but transparent, Salles struggles mightily to generate tension in any other way possible.
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Salon.com
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July 08, 2005

Like so many recent thrillers of this ilk, many of them in some way exploiting the 'innocence' of childhood -- the dumb and unpleasant Hide and Seek springs to mind -- Dark Water falls apart in the wind-down.
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ESplatter
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July 10, 2008

Unfortunately, the supernatural element is underplayed to the extent that the story almost became nothing more than a domestic drama.
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Washington Post
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July 08, 2005

A tasteful but unremitting bummer and yet one more case of an Oscar-winning actress proving that she can still do the kinds of disposable movies big awards are supposedly meant to banish from your résume forever.
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Long Island Press

May 24, 2007

This murky urban ghost story about a possible haunted hi rise of horrors, basically lets the all-natural creepiness already native to its NYC landscape just do its deadly thing, likely intensified by 9/11's architectural carnage.
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USA Today
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July 08, 2005

Dark Water has more substance and a more interesting look than many horror films, but the familiar elements of the story disappoint.
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Village Voice
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July 12, 2005

It fails to deliver the narrative thrill twists its origins would promise.
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