Red Lights debuts at Sundance + help wanted
21 January 2012 at 11:13 PM | by Hellboy and Suzan, with Nairin78
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Red Lights debuts
Cillian's latest film, Red Lights, screened for audiences at the Sundance film festival this week, and reactions to the thriller have been... well, kind of mixed. You'd think a movie about paranormal activity starring Cillian, Sigourney Weaver, Robert deFreakin'Niro and Olsen Sister of the Moment Elizabeth Olsen, with direction by Rodrigo Cortés, would be a slam dunk. But as these write ups on HitFix.com and MTV.com show, reviewers seem more confused than enthused.
Sundance screens films so they can find studio backing, which often means movies are edited and tweaked before release. Fingers are crossed that Red Lights will find distribution and soon we'll all be scratching our heads over this mysterious ending!
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