Summary: Pretty good movie, I liked it and enjoyed it. However, I hated the main character so much it really kept me from really liking it...however that might have been the point. Overall I'd say it's worth a watch.
Summary: When a couple lose their baby in childbirth, they adopt a nine-year-old named Esther to heal their marriage and psychological wounds. Soon after arriving home, strange things happen, leading the mother to believe their new, angelic child is not what she seems. This movie is scary and chiling to watch and you think that this movie may look like a horror flickt that's been done to death, but this film make you feel bad for saying all the bad stuff.
Excerpt: Orphan is a good horror film that I loved for some reason when I was like 11. I am 14 now, and it's still good, just not as good as how I loved it back then. PQ and AQ are both great. The colors for the PQ are not vibrant however, and appear a bit dull.
Summary: Orphan is a 2009 horror-thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. After suffering a miscarriage Kate Coleman decide to adopt Esther, a child in an orphanage who can hit for its sweetness. At home, however, accidents happen that Esther seems responsible. The film manages to convey tension and anxiety to the viewer thanks to strong scenes and incredible Isabelle Fuhrman which proves to Orphan is a 2009 horror-thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra.
Summary: One of the scariest movies I have ever seen! It is completely real, no ghosts or supernatural things. After Esther's secret is revealed, the movie turns into a nervous and bloody shocker! The movie is definitely underrated!
Summary: A family of four is torn apart after adopting a seemingly sweet and intelligent Russian girl. Her mysterious past catches up with them as a series of accidents befall the family members and anyone else that crosses Esther's path. ORPHAN was a big hit upon its release in 2009, despite its many setbacks that keep it from becoming a classic in the killer kids genre.
Excerpt: A rare horror with elements of mystery and drama. This movie reminded me of The Usual Suspects, Psycho and The Sixth Sense, in a more gruesome and dark comedy way. Twist was unexpected though somewhat a bit late in the story. Kate Coleman (Vera Farmiga) and her husband John (Peter Sarsgaard) still have effects of their third child who was stillborn.