Frailty (2001)

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There are demons among us

Directed By Bill Paxton Bill Paxton Starring Bill Paxton Bill Paxton  •  Matthew McConaughey Matthew McConaughey  •  Powers Boothe Powers Boothe  •  Matt O'Leary Matt O'Leary  •  Jeremy Sumpter Jeremy Sumpter Genres Crime Drama  •  Crime Thriller  •  Crime  •  Drama  •  Horror  •  Psychological Horror  •  Psychological Thriller  •  Religious Horror  •  Thriller Studios &
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Release Info 2001-11-17T00:00:00Z November 17, 2001
Color  •  100 minutes R Rated R
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cheesydog1 on 4/17/2014 Reply  · 

Left a big effect on me after I saw it for the first time

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JC13 on 3/17/2017 Reply  · 

Underrated gem right here. It's got a good cast, a great score, and a very interesting story.

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JacobPLikesMusic on 8/4/2017 Reply  · 


I thought this movie would've been a lot better if they just left I all the stuff with Matthew McConaughey. If it was just Bill Paxton and the kids, this would've been one of my all time favorites. But as is, it's ending where it's revealed that they actually were demons kind of muddies all the film's themes about religion and doing things because God wants you to or because of your own will. Like, it's very confusing, because that means that Bill Paxton was in the right, but then, the film's saying that this murderer is justified? I think if they had just left it open to interpretation whether or not he was crazy, it would've been a lot more effective. But, what can you do? I still recommend it to people who haven't seen it.

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