'Paranormal Activity 4' reviewed by Mr. Moviefone
This week at the movies, things are a little slow as Tyler Perry tries to shake Madea off his back (which is not an easy thing to do), and a franchise that refuses to die is back for more with "Paranormal Activity 4."
It's been five years since Katie and Hunter disappeared. Now a mysterious woman and child have popped up in a Nevada neighborhood. Could it be them? Who knows! Let's just say there's something about the kid that just ain't right and it doesn't take long for the terror to begin.
The Reel Deal: Now remember, the first "Paranormal Activity" cost $15,000 to make, and what was cheap and scary in the beginning is now just cheap and lazy, and "Paranormal Craptivity 4" is about three paranormals too many. I'm out.
A hit crime thriller series comes to the big screen in "Alex Cross." Based on the books by James Patterson, Tyler Perry is a homicide detective whose family becomes the target of a psychopathic killer (played by Matthew Fox).
And in limited release, "The Sessions" is based on a true story of a 38-year-old man confined to an iron lung and who is determined to lose his virginity with the help of his therapists and priest (you can't make this stuff up folks).
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