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About the Movie
Claire Cooper (Annette Bening), has been having psychic visions all of her life, though she's never been clear of what they mean. Now an adult, she lives an idyllic, small-town life in a Massachusetts farmhouse with her airline-pilot husband Paul (Aidan Quinn) and her young daughter Rebecca (Katie Sagona), while Claire illustrates children's books. A psychopath (Robert Downey Jr.) has been kidnapping young girls in their area, and one is currently missing. Claire has a recurring dream about the killer walking with a girl through an apple orchard. Paul tells police detective Jack Kay (Paul Guilfoyle), who doesn't believe him, as the girl's body had been found at the bottom of the lake. Claire's vision was actually a premonition, starting a chain of events that would create a two-way link to the killer. The key to the mystery is the lake itself, of which Claire dreams, created when the old town of Northfield was flooded to make a reservoir. As her psychiatrist Dr. Silverman (Stephen Rea) does not understand her now waking dreams, Claire alone must now lose herself to the visions. She must relive the killer's memories to find his identity and location.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 51
- Fresh: 13
- Rotten: 38
- Average Rating: 4.7/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Dismayingly schlocky and literal-minded!
Rotten: Ambitious but ultimately incoherent and frustrating tale that may be too cerebral for the horror genre crowds and too literal-minded for the genre's more intelligent viewers; lush visual style compensates only up to a point.
Rotten: The silliest thriller in many a moon!
Rotten: It's got little in the way of plausible plotting.
umm this movie was pretty cheesy but it had a kinda good storyline and the fact that robert downey jr. was the sphyco killer made it EXTREMELY funny! And also the main character lady was pretty freakin crazy and made things pretty like WOW. But yes it was a really good movie i highly reccomend it