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January 26, 2013
This is really good movie that kept your attention from start to the end. I Found myself rooting for The Tall Man and Jessica Biel because they did this for the children who were being raised in poor or not good places so that they can have a better life in new places. You have to watch this to understand why they had done that.
December 23, 2012
There's a part of the movie where you're just not sure who the villain is. In some movies that's cool and exciting, but the confusion just lasted too long in this one. This movie was made well and will keep your attention throughout, but since it addresses a moral issue, viewers' opinions after watching it could differ wildly. I didn't like it because it mirrored a personal experience of mine.
August 29, 2012
CANT WAIT TO SEE THIS!!
July 12, 2012
SLENDERMAAAAN! its amazing how this all started as a creepypasta post.
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Once you get through the flaming, Bowser's Castlelike gauntlet of the rest of the story's implausibilities, you end up in a different movie than the one on the creepy poster. Full Review
The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and in a few months it will also be paved with unwatched DVD copies of The Tall Man. Full Review
The New York Times
Ultimately his story draws more energy from class than from criminality: awash in sludgy browns and rotting greens - the colors of poverty and decomposition - this unpredictable oddity is a little bonkers but a lot original. Full Review
New York Post
Spits out enough scares and twists to maintain our interest, but the film's psycho-sociological layer is almost as cheesy and unconvincing as its low-rent action scenes. Full Review
The A.V. Club
In easily her best performance - and sadly, one few will see, given the film's modest release strategy - Jessica Biel stars as a single mother in Cold Rock, Washington. Full Review