Filming in a century-old psychiatric hospital, The New Mutants cast and crew experienced a few ... unexplained events. Hear about what what went bump in the night for Maisie Williams, Anna Taylor-Joy, and their costars.
After a near-death experience during a strange tornado, Danielle Moonstar awakens in an abandoned research facility run by the mysterious Dr Cecilia Reyes. There, Dr Reyes introduces Dani to four other equally uncommon teenagers: Illyana Rasputin, Rahne Sinclair, Sam Guthrie, and Roberto da Costa, who wants to keep them safe and sound until they learn how to be in full control of their extraordinary abilities. However, even though the exceptional team of traumatised inmates believes that they're being treated and cared for, before long, they all start to experience horrifying hallucinations. But, this institution was supposed to be a safe place. Are they patients or prisoners?Written by
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There's a Native American proverb that says: Inside every person there are two bears, forever locked in combat for your soul. One bear is all things good: compassion, love, trust. The other is all things evil: fear, shame and self-destruction.
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I now know why they kept pushing this movie back. The lead actress could not carry it at all. The fake Kentucky accent was absolutely terrible. Graphics were laughable and not even in a cheesy comic book way. I'm a fan of Anya Taylor Joy and Maise Williams but even their performance were glazed over. I had low expectations and it managed to go even lower.
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