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By Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Slow, predictable horror movie has some disturbing images.

Movie NR 2020 90 minutes
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age 13+

Based on 1 parent review

age 13+
It was overall a great movie

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Despite a solid, if not very original premise, this horror movie never manages to build up much momentum, dread, or excitement. Nocturne (2020) is pretty slow paced, and expect lots of shots of piano playing in between disturbing images. The biggest problem, though, is that almost every twist or event is broadcast well ahead of time, so the only real surprises are the visual ones, and they aren't all that strong, either. Fans of horror movies are likely to be disappointed, and it's unlikely to win anyone over who wasn't already a fan.

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