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Current Rating: 3.15

Current Rating: 3.15

based on 1218 votes and 21 reviews

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  • i think that godsend was a great film and carmron bright is v good through the movie i think he was the best character in the film and camron bright you are brill and i will watch more of your films lvyaz all gemz xxx
  • My 17 year old son and I watched it; and he thought the horror techniques were based primarily on sound effects and sudden scene changes. The veiled scenes of other life memory representations would have been better emphasized and the whole tool shed scene could have been omitted as it was very Blair-Witch-tacky. Not very good film making for its` genre; however, Robert DiNiro fulfilled the villain role with a priest like quality which made his performance at the climax especially creepy. The Canadian child actor Cameron Bright was eerily perfect throughout the film, as his full range of facial expressions gave the movie its` badly needed aut
  • Pretty horrible
  • an alright movie. it has its moments and some creepy scenes. def not a horror movie that will get you jumping. rebecca is hoooooooooot in it though!!!
  • It was a good movie, i liked it. It was strange though but it kept you wanting to keep watchin it to find out what would happen next
  • i loved it..... i loved it.... i loved it!!!!!!
  • i think this movie was just awesome. i went to go see it three times already. it was just great. everybody should go and see this movie. if you dont like it, my mom will refund your ticket.
  • soooo bad
  • It was awful, bad plot, bad ending, complete waste of money don`t even bother!


Genre:  Horror | Running Time:  100 min.
Release date:  April 30, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  August 17, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 3.15
based on 1218 votes and 21 reviews
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Cast: Greg Kinnear, Rebecca Romijn, Robert De Niro, Cameron Bright, Melanie Tonello, Munro Chambers