As such Lawrence was quite possibly the biggest movie star to ever appear in such a dull, paint by numbers, horror movie.
The movie wasn’t screened for critics when it was released, and has a gloriously bad 11% on Rotten Tomatoes.
This movie is everything bad about bad horror.
While Amy Adams may have had the excuse of being new when she made her worst film, Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t get to use that excuse.
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