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Hide and Seek (Trouble jeu)
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Hide and Seek (Trouble jeu)

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After the sudden death of his wife, David Callaway takes his traumatized daughter, Emily, away to find peace and to start their life again in a new home. Emily fails to settle in well, with David becoming concerned as Emily identifies with Charlie. Someone who David has never met before, but who likes to play Hide and Seek.
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Christianity Today

September 25, 2006

This movie has more red herrings than an Agatha Christie novel combined with the aquarium downtown. The real question is, 'How did this stinker attract such a big name cast?'
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Chicago Reader
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February 05, 2005

The movie goes down the tubes in the last third.
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Salon.com

January 30, 2005

Through its first two-thirds, at least, Hide and Seek does a good enough job of piquing our curiosity that the movie's ultimate dumbness is more than a minor insult.
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MTV
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February 07, 2006

Shameless in its appropriation of incidents and atmosphere from earlier horror movies, with De Niro giving one of the emptier performances of his latter-day career.
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Common Sense Media

December 24, 2010

Older teens may enjoy; too creepy for kids.
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AV Club
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October 06, 2006

A tawdry cocktail of red herrings, cheap psychology, and shameless horror-movie tropes.
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Observer

February 03, 2005

[An] idiotic, yawn-a-minute thriller.
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Film Journal International
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March 01, 2007

The movie starts out as one thing and suddenly jumps the tracks into something else. Then there's the question of credibility that this abrupt switch invites.
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eFilmCritic.com
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June 28, 2005

The 'surprise' ending in Hide and Seek is not only unreasonable, but also downright unoriginal.
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Ebert & Roeper

January 31, 2005

I think it's just so well made, so well photographed.
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Bangor Daily News (Maine)
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November 18, 2005

The best way to tell when things are getting bleak is to check Dakota Fanning's face. When she starts to look like a poached egg, that's when you better hide.
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Village Voice
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February 01, 2005

Follows no semblance of internal logic.
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