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The Exorcist


Linda Blair, Max von Sydow, Ellen Burstyn, Jason Miller View All


William Friedkin (Director), William Peter Blatty (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 26th, 1973
Runtime: 2 hours, 2 minutes
12-year-old Regan MacNeil begins to adapt an explicit new personality as strange events befall the local area of Georgetown. Her mother becomes torn between science and superstition in a desperate bid to save her daughter, and ultimately turns to her last hope: Father Damien Karras, a troubled priest who is struggling with his own faith.
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22 The Exorcist
I just got back from seeing this. I've never seen the original one so there were some parts in this movie that were pretty scary. But I also saw it with my friends so we spent half the time laughing...
17 The Exorcist
This isn't really a review, I just wanted to say I was very disappointed. The way everyone was going on about this movie you'd think it was the scariest movie ever. I'll admit I was startled in places...

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Captain Spaulding
Even though this was my first true viewing of the movie, I've seen so many scenes before--- the "pea-soup" scene, the "360-degree-head-turn" scene, "the power-of-Christ-compels-you" scene, as well as numerous other iconic scenes from the movie--- that it hampered my enjoyment of the movie.
In all the movie there might be a few minutes worth of material that could have been dropped to make the film little tighter but otherwise it's nearly perfect.
it won two Oscars, one for best adapted screenplay (Blatty), one for best sound (Knudson, Newman), and was the first horror movie ever to be nominated for best picture.
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