JohnMulderig's Review of Incarnate

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Somewhere in the planning stages of "Incarnate" (BH Tilt), someone must have thought it would be a good idea to combine elements of Christopher Nolan's 2010 tour de force "Inception" with tropes that have been familiar to moviegoers at least since Linda Blair's head went spinning round in "The Exorcist" way back in 1973. The difficulty is that director Brad Peyton's mostly secular addition to the exorcism subgenre of horror films only suffers by comparison to such memorable predecessors. The low-rent proceedings, moreover, include a portrayal of the Catholic Church that's marked by lazy cynicism. Thus, when Vatican official Camilla Marquez (Catalina Sandino Moreno) asks the film's burned-out protagonist, Seth Ember (Aaron Eckhart), what he's got against the church, he responds, "How much time do you have?"
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Okfor ages12+