New ‘Woman In Black’ Movie Delivered Spooky Thrills,Drama & Crazy Ending
New Woman In Black movie delivered spooky thrills,drama & crazy ending. CBS Films released their new drama/thriller flick “The Woman In Black” this weekend,featuring Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe in the lead role. I just checked it,and I thought it was ok. The trailer seemed a lot more entertaining than the actual movie.
It stars : Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds, Liz White, Janet McTeer, Alisa Khazanova, Tim McMullan, Roger Allam, Daniel Cerqueira, Shaun Dooley, Mary Stockley, Cathy Sara, David Burke, Victor McGuire,and Lucy May Barker.
In the film, A young lawyer named Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) landed a job to travel to a remote village to sort out papers for a recently deceased client. Unfortunately,for him,things didn’t go very smoothly as he started to get spooked in the house,and also saw a mysterious woman,dressed only in black. He also began to uncover tragic secrets about the mysterious lady that prompted him to find out her identity and backstory.
Arthur eventually finds out that the townspeople believe the “Woman in Black” comes for their children as revenge for her child Nathaniel being taken from her. They also started blaming Arthur for recent deaths of their children.,because they believed that anytime someone saw the mysterious woman,she would come for their children.
After numerous,kid,suicides continued, Arthur realized he needed to find Nathaniel’s body,and reunite him with the Lady In Black,and also give him a proper burial. That’s when the most intense fun began as Arthur and Sam went back into the haunted house to reunite the lady with her son.
After getting spooked half to death,it seemed to work,and they eventually buried the boy with the lady in her grave. Unfortunately,the haunting fun didn’t stop there as the Lady In Black whispered, “I will never forgive,” which led to a very tragic and interesting conclusion.
Again, I thought the film was just ok. It was interesting in parts,but sort of dragged along,slowly,for my taste. However,it came alive near the end when the ghost lady finally came out and really got down to business.
Other than that,all the hauntings and stuff were more of a tease. I think Daniel Radcliffe did the best he could with a movie like this. I gave the film a solid C+ grade. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.