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Rating: 5.8/10 by 1158 users

The Nun (2018)

When a young nun at a cloistered abbey in Romania takes her own life, a priest with a haunted past and a novitiate on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate. Together they uncover the order’s unholy secret. Risking not only their lives but their faith and their very souls, they confront a malevolent force in the form of the same demonic nun that first terrorized audiences in “The Conjuring 2,” as the abbey becomes a horrific battleground between the living and the damned.

Directing:
  • Corin Hardy
  • Cleopatra Medvetchi
  • Jody Blose
Writing:
  • Gary Dauberman
  • James Wan
  • Gary Dauberman
Stars:
Release Date: Wed, Sep 05, 2018

Rating: 5.8/10 by 1158 users

Alternative Title:
Опатица из пакла - RS
The Nun - La vocazione del male - IT

Country:
United States of America
Language:
Español
Français
English
Latin
Runtime: 01 hour 36 minutes
Budget: $22,000,000
Revenue: $347,160,591

Plot Keyword: rome italy, father, supernatural, spirit, demon, spin off, evil nun, demonic possession, romania, murder mystery, ancient evil

Bonnie Aarons
The Nun / Valak
Taissa Farmiga
Sister Irene
Demián Bichir
Father Burke
Jonas Bloquet
Maurice "Frenchie" Theriault
Charlotte Hope
Sister Victoria
Ingrid Bisu
Sister Oana
Sandra Teles
Sister Ruth
Michael Smiley
Father Pasquale
Patrick Wilson
Ed Warren (archive footage)
Vera Farmiga
Lorraine Warren (archive footage)
Lili Taylor
Carolyn Perron (archive footage)
Christof Veillon
Older Maurice Theriault (archive footage)
Debra Wilson
Demonic Voice
David Horovitch
Cardinal Conroy
Lili Bordán
Waitress Marta
Manuela Ciucur
Sister Christine
Daniel Mandehr
Farmer Jozef
Jamie Muscato
Father Patino

antimony

Appallingly cliched. Slow and boring. Not even the Conjuring hype could save this film. It moves forward at a painful pace, brings nothing new to the table, and is not even scary.

Mark Rushow

Overall I liked The Nun it was a spooky fun movie with some pretty good shots and scenes (lighting, camera angles, and such). The transitions from one scene to another was a bit off and the story overall had a more fantasy tone over the more grounded and realistic tone The Conjuring and Annabelle movies had. Much of the story felt like it was just forced to setup a shot or scene which does hurt it. It isn't a perfect movie but I'd watch it again. It is like Indiana Jones meets Silent Hill. None of the character actors felt out of place or superficial either, I really appreciate that. Everyone felt believable and natural to their roles and environment, not forced.