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The Wicker Man


Nicolas Cage, Ellen Burstyn, Kate Beahan, Frances Conroy View All


Neil LaBute (Screenplay), Neil LaBute (Director) View All

Release: Sep. 1st, 2006
Runtime: 1 hour, 42 minutes
A sheriff investigating the disappearance of a young girl from a small island discovers there's a larger mystery to solve among the island's secretive, neo-pagan community.
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Lockheed Martin
Ultimately, [i]The Wicker Man[/i] commits the gravest sin of all by just being dull..
Horrible performances, horrible script, horrible direction.
[i]Wicker Man[/i] is a brilliant film which follows its moral throughout the entire film. Robin Hardy did an excellent job of casting doubt as to who truly was the hero and who truly the villain--at least until the memorable final act..