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Raising Cain

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The film revolves around a highly regarded child psychologist, Dr. Carter Nix who suffers from multiple personality disorder consisting of Cain, a street hustler, Josh, a shy 10-year-old boy, and Margo, a middle-aged nanny.
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Fantastica Daily

January 24, 2006

A respectable if overly campy De Palma thriller. Like the director's Body Double, this plays better the second time you watch it.
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Moviehole

October 29, 2005

Creepy and effective
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Lawrence Journal-World

November 26, 2003

De Palma's worst film
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Juicy Cerebellum

July 19, 2005

Weak thriller. Lost potential. Lithgow is good.
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Slant Magazine
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August 19, 2006

Rather than clarifying, De Palma's technique with Raising Cain effectively obliterates the audience's bearings.
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TheFrightFile.com
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August 25, 2016

From first scene to the unforgettable final sting, "Raising Cain" is hypnotic in its richly devised spell, starkly realistic fears invaded by haunting spurts of dream logic.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

August 26, 2002

Laughably awful
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Reel Film Reviews
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May 10, 2016

...one of the most satisfying entries within De Palma's decidedly erratic body of work.
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Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)

July 26, 2002

Brian De Palma's cruel joke on his fans.
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BrianOrndorf.com
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August 06, 2012

In a world where Redacted exists, Raising Cain isn't De Palma's least effective picture, but it's damn near close, purposely unreasonable and shockingly leaden all the way.
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Q Network Film Desk
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September 12, 2016

works superbly in its isolated setpieces, even as the film as a whole doesn't quite hang together
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