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Rated R for bloody images, violence and some sexual content.

R In Theaters 08/14/2009 , 84min.
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Critic score based on 6 reviews

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November 03, 2009
Great here it goes already...They are trying to outdo the Twilight saga before the last movie is ever made....A blood thirsty baby has been done in Stephanie Meyers book breaking dawn!!! This is gonna be gross!!
September 22, 2009
One of the worst movies I have ever seen. I kept waiting for it to get good but it just dragged on and on. . . whole thing was ridiculous. Was very disappointed. Feel like I wasted 2 hours of my life.
August 15, 2009
Saw this movie after hearing a lot of buzz about it and was not disappointed. It was sick and twisted, but at the same time thrilling and beautifully shot. I am a huge fan of the horror genre and am sick of being let down by most "scary" movies in this day and age, but this movie captures everything that can and is great about horror. Jordan Ladd was awesome as usual, in fact all of
August 14, 2009
stupid movie

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Village Voice
A muddled, logic-starved provocation, Grace avoids smugness by refusing to play its body horror for sh**s and giggles, but its resonance is purely atmospheric. Full Review
Doris Toumarkine
The Hollywood Reporter
Whimpers a bit like "Rosemary's Baby" and gurgles occasionally like "The Exorcist," but the video look and bare-bones craftsmanship all scream B movie. Full Review
John Anderson
In the showdown between mother and mother-in-law, the proceedings are peppered with spasm of violence that are alternately sick-funny and downright chilling, but don't cancel out the intelligence, or at least drollery, with which so much of the film is put together. Full Review
Michael Ordoña
Los Angeles Times
Grace doesn't need a high body count to frighten, although its gore is stomach-turning. It's a horrifying meditation on the unbreakable union of mother and child. Full Review
Mike Hale
The New York Times
Mr. Solet does not possess anything close to Mr. Polanski’s storytelling or image-making skills, but with the help of his sound crew (four people are given sound design or editing credits), he keeps you on the edge of your seat, or perhaps the edge of fleeing the theater. Full Review

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