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The Prodigy

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The story tells of the amazing horror of a woman named Sarah, a mother who predicts the behavior of her exciting little son. There is still something very strange in the life of this woman where there seems to be an evil force and perhaps a superhero has surpassed that little child. This woman lives in a state of real fear where there is fear for the safety of her family. Now, Sarah must choose between the instinct of mother in love and protection of miles and the urgent need to investigate what is happening in order to find a real solution to everything that happens.
100 min
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Film Inquiry
This is entertaining and all, but the movie is neither scary nor intriguing enough to transcend its cliches and redundancy.
February 19, 2019
McCarthy's direction is so sleepy that a number of key scenes fizzle out before they can pay off with the next big jump scare.
February 08, 2019
Flickering Myth
The Prodigy is a forgettable, tedious horror film that few will remember come this summer.
March 05, 2019
Cine Premiere
Nicholas McCarthy needed to transcend the conventions to successfully mix genres. [Full Review in Spanish]
February 22, 2019
An empty exercise that barely keeps itself standing. [Full Review in Spanish]
February 22, 2019
Crooked Marquee
The Prodigy feels more like an absurd fantasy film than a horror flick.
February 19, 2019
Toronto Star
Director Nicholas McCarthy and screenwriter Jeff Buhler could pen that aforementioned parental handbook for child demonic possession, since they blithely borrow from innumerable evil kid movies.
February 07, 2019
Globe and Mail
McCarthy's film dips its toes into some stock scare tactics - the whistling tea kettle, the dark hallway, the creepy basement - while struggling to figure out whether it wants its third act to be a boring or bad-ass sort of bonkers-bananas.
February 08, 2019
New York Post
The latest in a long, increasingly lousy line of bloodthirsty kid movies...
February 07, 2019