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(2166) 5.3 98 min 2019

Them That Follow is a movie starring Kaitlyn Dever, Walton Goggins, and Olivia Colman. Set deep in the wilds of Appalachia, where believers handle death-dealing snakes to prove themselves before God, a pastor's daughter holds a...

Starring
Olivia Colman, Kaitlyn Dever, Thomas Mann, Walton Goggins
Genres
Drama, Thriller
Director
Dan Madison Savage, Britt Poulton

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Dan Madison Savage, Britt Poulton
Writer Dan Madison Savage, Britt Poulton
Stars Olivia Colman, Kaitlyn Dever, Thomas Mann, Walton Goggins
Country USA
Also Known As Wężowe wzgórza
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Deep in Appalachia, Pastor Lemuel Childs (Walton Goggins) presides over an isolated community of serpent handlers, an obscure sect of Pentecostals who willingly take up venomous snakes to prove themselves before God. As his devoted daughter, Mara (Alice Englert) prepares for her wedding day, under the watchful eye of Hope Slaughter (Olivia Colman), a dangerous secret is unearthed and she is forced to confront the deadly tradition of her father's church.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 09 Feb 2021 13:33

Now that this film has been in theaters for a while I can say for certain that it is not a film that will be forgotten. I watched the trailer for this movie and thought it sounded like a thriller. I ended up not having seen it because it came out on video and I didn't have the time to catch it. I had just finished watching one of my favorite TV shows on HBO and I just couldn't wait to catch this. So I put it on and thought "it looks like an interesting idea. What can go wrong?" I had a few laughs in this movie and at the end I thought "it really could be something." So after seeing the trailer I had a little more of an idea what to expect and I was very pleased. I loved how they did it, the story, and the casting. The first time I watched it I was thinking it was going to be a little too cheesy but after a while it got to me. The lead actor and lead actress did an amazing job. The other actor was just good as well. I loved how it had a suspenseful element. The ending was great too. The people that were killed in the beginning and all the characters that were killed off throughout the movie were great and I thought it was done well. I would recommend this film to anyone. The acting was good, the story was good, and the story didn't fall flat. I think people who liked "The Usual Suspects" and "Ned Kelly" should like this film too. If you liked those movies you will like this film as well. This is not a comedy. I think the comedy is good but it could have been done better. I think this is a good movie, and I recommend it.
Tuesday, 25 Aug 2020 22:21

A low budget "mockumentary" that is most successful when the viewer can identify with the characters. The film's setting is a school, where kids have been trying to be different but are failing. A teacher (Cillian Murphy) tries to help but soon his role is revealed as the only man who can bring order to the chaos. His mentor is the very attractive and successful teacher (Ellen Page) who teaches English to students of the school. The film's title comes from the belief that teachers are their students' real selves and the students are actually the teachers. The character of Peter (Bryce Dallas Howard) is one of the students who is becoming a teacher himself. As he becomes more aware of his own identity he begins to question his place in the world. With the approval of his teacher he has decided to be the teacher of the school's "biggest bully". Peter is also trying to find a way to come to terms with his identity. When he hears the news that his teacher is going to be fired he decides to write his own diary, in which he discovers his true feelings for his teacher. He is also forced to confront his fear of the future and how he has been living in a world of fear and pain. One of the most surprising elements of the film is its moral. Most people would be tempted to turn the film off after the first 15 minutes, but I think that the film is extremely well done. The moral is not preachy and seems to fit the characters' emotions. This movie is not the best, but it is still very good. It is not a documentary but a character study. The performances are very good and the direction is excellent.


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