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Aaron Eckhart stars as Dr. Seth Ember, an unconventional exorcist who uses science instead of religion to tap into the minds of the possessed to remove the demon from their subconscious. When an 11-year-old boy becomes possessed by a creature of unspeakable evil, Ember enters the mind of the boy to attack the vengeful demon, but he finds himself facing the battle of his life and horrors of his own past.
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Critics Consensus: Incarnate can't be accused of lack of ideas -- if only any of them made sense or coalesced in any meaningful or scary way.
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Common Sense Says
Violent demon-possession movie is uninspired.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Incarnate is a horror movie about a man who goes into the minds of demon-possessed people to help them. There's a lot of violence, and much of it is pretty intense. Characters fight, and there are bloody wounds, killings, a throat slashing, a violent car crash (the result of a drunk driver), scary scenes, and a child in jeopardy. A father is said to have accidentally hurt his son, breaking his arm; a boy fights an attacker and breaks his neck, killing him. Language includes one use of "f--k," plus "s--t," "bitch," and more. A man gropes a woman in a bar, and a "whorehouse" is mentioned. Characters drink (in bars or from flasks) every so often, but no one is drunk, and there are no consequences. There's a reference to a "heroin addict."
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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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- Release Date:December 2, 2016
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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