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  • I recommend that you get the DVD and watch it more than once to get some idea of what exactly you're up against

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Premonition, directed by Mennan Yapo is Rated PG-13 bythe Motion Picture Association of America, and stars Sandra Bullock as Linda Quinn Hanson, Julian McMahon as Jim Hanson and Nia Long as Annie.

      Linda loses her husband in a traggic motor vehicle accident and has trouble coping. Whenever she goes to sleep, she either dreams that he is still


      alive or that the day of his death is yet to come or…yea, confusing isn’t it?

      This movie takes you back and forth in time, before the death of Jim, after the death of Jim, the events leading to the death of Jim, and even during the death of Jim…Poor Jim, death awaits at every turn.

      Linda starts a ...


      • calendar to journal the events that she is experiencing regarding her shifts through the days before and after Jim’s death in order to make sense of the whole situation. Something like this is bound to drive anyone insane.

        This movie has several gebre heading including that of ‘horror’, now, as I have mentioned manytimes before, how in blue-blazes

        can a PG-13 movie be classified as horror? If a child can watch it, it’s not horrific, dare I say more…

        This movie will keep you guessing, either that or it will have you deeply confused. I recommend that you get the DVD and watch it more than once to get some idea of what exactly you’re up against.




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