Movie information The Conjuring (2013) de James Wan
The Conjuring (2013),Full movie released in 2013 directed byJames Wan ... and produced byThe Safran Company...
The movie The Conjuring (2013) about what Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.
Forced to confront a powerful entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most terrifying case of their lives.
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The Conjuring , movie of James Wan With a budget of13,000,000 $ and with a collection of319,494,638 $ and with a duration of107minutes, what can you watch online en HBO Max .
As the saying goes, there are no two without three. And after the excellent Warren Archive: The Conjuring Y The Warren Archive: The Enfield Case besides several spin-offs that were created around this macabre universe, it was only a matter of time before a new installment of Warren"s wedding was offered to us on the big screen. The biggest fear of the followers of this series of films was to see it this time James Wan It did not fall behind the steering controls and it is true that its absence is noticeable to some extent, but it must also be said that it is another very notable delivery.
Set in the early 1980s, Ed and Lorraine Warren face a case in which they must fight for the soul of a child who has been a victim of demonic possession. However, the case will not take long to take an even more frightening turn, to the point that it reaches the courts and is the first time in the United States that a defendant has claimed demonic possession.
The fact that the plot of film choosing to focus on an investigation more typical of a police thriller may frighten a certain audience that is expecting a headband of absolute terror like its predecessors. But personally, I think this new approach suits him very well and gives him an air of renewal. And although it has a plot structure where the important thing is the investigation and the motive of the events, nobody thinks that the saga"s identity has been abandoned: An interesting paranormal case based on real events, emotional ties between families too - protagonists constructed and perfectly credible , you traveling in the form of a sequential shot dedicated to presenting the full extent of the place where the dark events will take place, another series of shots voyeur where one feels that an evil presence watches its victims or a climax with a lot of tension in which more than one can bite their nails.
What is certain is that in the horror section the shadow of James Wan it"s very elongated. The person in charge of management, Michael Chaves, shows himself to be a competent filmmaker, although everything that has to do with fright goes straight to the jugular from the first minute, leaving subtlety, adjusting the tension to the millimeter, the game of expectations and the construction of fright in small doses, preferring the coarser startles with pronounced increases in volume and immediate but lesser impact. It also doesn"t help that there aren"t iconic creatures like the Annabelle doll or the Valak nun that give you the creeps just by their existence.
But not all management changes are for the worse. There is a scene in which, although the frights are grosser, the atmosphere created favors the feeling of general malaise. Equally interesting are the lighting decisions made in the film, where although darkness reigns, the warmer tones are very suitable to center the location on a more rural and solitary terrain, and the saturated red adds a disturbing point to the entire diabolical background, besides confirming that the price of everything is in bet is quite high. As if that wasn"t enough, the winks at the others films of horror are a delight, from this prologue in honor of the exorcist going through the entity"s first approach in a scene similar to one of the sequels to A Nightmare on Elm Street and ending with the third act, where this climax is inevitably reminiscent of the radiance.
Although terror is not the strong point of headband, Warren"s charisma is equally strong. Their relationship is so well built, their affection for each other is so remarkable, and their prior attachment to the viewer is the key to falling in love with them all over again. To them must be added the good work of John noble in a secondary character of luxury and Ruairi O"Connor like the poor victim under the spell, whose despair and vulnerability are palpable throughout the entire shoot.
In short, this third installment is about a film not as striking as the previous ones, but far from the disaster that many of us could imagine. And if in the more or less near future the Warrens have more cases to solve, the servant will be there to be a witness with them.