This is a good scary movie with a surprising twist at the end. There were only a few jump scares making it more eerie rather than a thriller. It is extremely well written and the storyline is much different than expected. It all starts when Malcom Crowe (Bruce Willis) a child psychologist reunites with an old patient of his, one from the past who he unfortunately could not help. Later in the movie he tries to help a little boy Cole Sear who has very similar characteristics to his old patient and is being tormented by visions of the dead. The whole story is about helping Cole overcome the visions. I love this movie and think it is so fun to watch. But I think ages 8 and under might be a bit scared.

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HELEN ENGBERS
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My name is Helen Engbers I am 12 years old and am in 7th grade. I have 3 siblings and 2 dogs and I love reading, writing, art, and music. This is my first time on a school newspaper.

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