Smile Movie review, release date, cast, trailer and age rating
Smile Movie review, release date, cast, trailer and age rating -A new scary movie called “Smile movie” is coming out in the next few days, just in time for Halloween. Here are the UK release date, the full cast, and what critics are saying about it.
As Halloween gets closer, people who go to the movies are getting ready to see the scariest new movies that Hollywood has to offer.
And this year, American filmmaker Parker Finn’s first movie as a director, Smile movie, could be the best of the bunch.
Finn’s new scary horror movie, based on the director’s short film Laura Hasn’t Slept, comes out this month to show that maybe that frown shouldn’t be turned upside down, no matter what!
The scary trailer has made people around the world more excited. The two-minute-and-twenty-two-second clip shows creepy characters smiling as a strange force seems to take control of their bodies.
The movie will be about a therapist named Dr. Rose Cotter who starts to have scary, unexplainable things happen to her after she sees a patient named Laura go through something violent and traumatic.
Dr. Cotter starts to feel an overwhelming fear in her everyday life. In order to get through the ordeal, she has to face the problems from her past.
In 2020, Paramount Pictures asked Parker to write and direct a feature-length version of his short film, which was about a young woman who was desperate to get rid of a nightmare that kept coming back.
In March 2020, the short film won the Special Jury Recognition Prize in the SXSW Midnight Short category. In September 2021, the film was announced with the title “Something’s Wrong,” which was later changed to “Smile Movie.”
Who plays the roles in Smile Movie?
Marty Bowen, Wyck Godfrey, Isaac Klausner, and Robert Salerno are producing the movie. Sosie Bacon (13 Reasons Why) will play Dr. Rose Cotter, and Jessie T. Usher (Independence Day: Resurgence) will play a supporting role.
Kal Penn (Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj), Kyle Gallner (Scream), and Rob Morgan will also be in the movie (Stranger Things).
Caitlin Stasey, who used to be on Neighbours, plays Laura, one of Dr. Cotter’s patients, in another show.
The cast also includes Judy Reyes, Gillian Zinser, Kevin Keppy, Nick Arapoglou, Sara Kapner, and Jack Sochet.
Smile Movie Review
On September 26, Cineworld showed the movie to its Unlimited members. Most of the reviews have been positive.
Rotten Tomatoes, a popular site for movie reviews, gave it a score of 79%, which means it is “certified fresh” by the site.
Tasha Robinson from Polygon liked the movie and said that it “tickles the brain and scares without remorse.” Marisa Mirabal from IndieWire also liked Finn’s movie, saying that “Smile navigates unhealed trauma through a supernatural lens and mischievous juxtaposition, even though it feels like a shadow of other stories.”
“But why, then?”
Kate Sanchez, a film critic, said, “Smile isn’t great, but it’s a fun movie to see in a theatre with some good jump scares.” Katie Rife, a film critic for RogerEbert.com, was not impressed with the horror film, saying, “By turning an 11-minute short into a nearly two-hour movie, Smile relies too heavily not only on formulaic mystery plots, but also on horror themes and imagery lifted from popular hits like The Ring
Date, age rating, and length of the movie Smile
The BBFC has given it an age rating of 18 because it has a lot of bloody violence, so people can expect a full-on horror movie just in time for Halloween.
The movie lasts 1 hour and 55 minutes, which means it might be an epic horror movie.
On September 30, Smile will be available all over the world.