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RegressionThe movie follows detective Bruce Kenner as he investigates the case of John Gray who admits to sexually abusing his 17-year-old daughter, Angela, but has no recollection of it. Renowned psychologist Dr. Raines is brought in to help him relive his memories and what they discover unmasks a horrifying nationwide mystery.
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Directors of "Regression"Alejandro AmenábarBirthdate: 31 March 1972, Santiago de Chile, Chile
Creators of "Regression"Alejandro AmenábarBirthdate: 31 March 1972, Santiago de Chile, Chile
Critic Reviews of "Regression"Entertainment WeeklyFebruary 10, 2016
Hawke anchors the film as a cop who descends deeper and deeper into the monstrous, violent world he's uncovered.New York Magazine/VultureFebruary 06, 2016
A disposable genre movie that cannot scare, convince, or enlighten.New York TimesFebruary 05, 2016
Tripped up by its subject matter, the movie is ultimately a tepid and frustrating experience.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 05, 2016
Well-intended seriousness dismantles "Regression," a not-exactly-horror horror movie that's also a mystery with no mystery.VarietySeptember 19, 2015
This allegedly fact-based tale of Satanic suspicions in small-town Minnesota is potboiler material at best, threatening far twistier terrors than those it predictably delivers.South China Morning PostMay 30, 2016
Despite its Euro-gothic pretensions, the film struggles to sell its far-fetched premise and is further hobbled by a slew of unconvincing performances.The Straits Times (Singapore)May 25, 2016
This is a college essay about religion dressed up as drama. Grade: F.TheFrightFile.comMay 16, 2016
Deriving inspiration from a certain famed Arthur Miller play and reframing it for the era of rampant, media-invoked Satanic Panic fears, "Regression" provocatively blankets its elegiac mystery in a malignant pall of diabolical foreboding.Common Sense MediaMarch 02, 2016
This is a movie that, because it deals with secrets, promises thrills and possibly a measure of terror; but, in fact, everything is based on an anti-climax, and the result is a resounding "so what?"Today's Zaman (Turkey)March 01, 2016
Fans of the genre are in for a stylish film, if not a classic.The Film StageFebruary 19, 2016
Absurdity turns quickly to boredom.Paste MagazineFebruary 11, 2016
Amenábar's film can barely lay out its faith-vs.-science-vs.-reason conflicts, much less employ them for critical purposes.
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