Let Me In (2011)
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Studio:Icon Home Entertainment
Rated:Suitable for 15 years and over
Date Added:2012-01-13
Purchased At:Amazon.co.uk
Purchased On:2012-01-12
ASIN:B004DCAD9E
UPC:5051429702209
Price:£15.99
Genre:Horror
Release:2011-03-14
Picture Format:Anamorphic Widescreen
Aspect Ratio:2.4:1
Languages:English
Selkämys:musta
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Chloe Moretz  ...  
Kodi Smit-McPhee  ...  
Elias Koteas  ...  
Richard Jenkins  ...  
Summary: Let Me In blends the innocent face of Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass) with the darkness of vampirism. A young boy named Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Road) has troubles at home (his parents are divorcing) and at school (bullies pick on him mercilessly). But when a mysterious girl named Abby (Moretz) moves in next door, Owen hopes he's found a friend, even though she smells a little strange. Unfortunately, his new friend needs blood to live, and the man who seems to be her father (Richard Jenkins, Six Feet Under) goes out to drain local residents to feed her. But even as Owen starts to suspect something is wrong, having a real friend might just matter more. Because the Swedish film adaptation of the novel Let the Right One In (on which Let Me In is based) was surprisingly popular and critically acclaimed, it's going to be hard for Let Me In to avoid comparisons. Surprisingly, it retains much of the flavor and spirit of the original. It's not as understated--this is an American movie, after all--and some of the creepiness is lost along with that subtlety. Despite that, Let Me In has its own spookiness and the performances (including Elias Koteas, Zodiac, as a local policeman) are strong. Directed by Matt Reeves (Cloverfield). --Bret Fetzer