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Year:
2017
Country:
USA, Canada
Genre:
Thriller, Fantasy, Horror
IMDB rating:
4.7
Director:
John R. Leonetti
Ryan Phillippe as Jonathan Shannon
Alice Lee as Gina
Alexander Nunez as Tyler Manguso
Mitchell Slaggert as Paul Middlebrook
Josephine Langford as Darcie Chapman
Shannon Purser as June Acosta
Raegan Revord as Young Clare
Daniela Barbosa as Lola Sanchez
Ki Hong Lee as Ryan Hui
Sydney Park as Meredith McNeil
Elisabeth Rรถhm as Johanna Shannon (as Elisabeth Rohm)
Kevin Hanchard as Carl Morris
Sherilyn Fenn as Mrs. Deluca
Joey King as Clare Shannon
Storyline: A teen girl discovers a magical box that will grant her seven wishes. As she uses her wishes for personal gain, bad things begin to happen to those around her. She discovers an evil entity lives inside the box and may be behind the gruesome deaths.
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Reviews
I've got the music in me
The film loosely combines 'The Monkey's Paw" and "Mean Girls" to create a teen horror/drama. Clare (Joey King) is a plain teen girl bullied at school by the popular girl (Josephine Langford). Her dad practices the age old honored profession of mudlarking in local dumpsters. Here he discovers an old Chinese music box which he gives to his daughter. She makes wishes on the box which grants them to her, but at a price, which for the first half of the film seems coincidental.

The ability to wish your problems away and be popular with the boyfriend of your choosing is every teen girl's dream, and I would imagine this production will be greatly appreciated by that audience, more so than a non-teen male, like myself. I didn't feel the intensity.

Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity.
2017-07-28
Thriller Beyond Words
I waited for months to watch the sequel to 13 Hours, and it finally arrived in my local theater last night. Wish Upon, the movie, is a fantastic take on everything horror. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time the trailers were playing. After the opening credits rolled, I was in complete denial I was watching a classic horror movie, a la Freddy Kruger and Jason. Wish Upon has highs and lows, but mostly highs. I spilled my popcorn several times when watching because of the sheer terror the director laid onto us. When Wish Upon 2 comes out in three years, you can bet I will be there, big popcorn in hand. Wish Upon is a movie you will never forget, and you will wish upon a star the movie isn't available on DVD tomorrow.
2017-07-14
One of the more decent horror films of 2017
This is probably going to be one of the best horror films of 2017 however that's not saying much. I know this year there's the infamous Leatherface returning for what looks like one of the worst in the Texas Chainsaw franchise and in October the Saw franchise will release Jigsaw which most know will be a gorefest with very little story like most of them are. So I can appreciate that this film did try to do an original story unfortunately it's not that original. This was basically the Wishmaster meets Final Destination with elements of The Craft and The Possession all rolled into one. However since they are all good films I think imitating them wasn't a bad thing. I won't bore you with a summary as I'm sure you know what the movie is about I'll just say I think Joey King is growing into a fine leading lady. It was an all-around decent cast and storyline however I do think it would have been more interesting if the demon had actually made an appearance. The death sequences were a little too predictable and I'm not sure how I feel about the ending. While I liked that the ending made sense and I understand why it turned out that way I'm just not sure it was the best finale to the film. Still good job. Entertaining. Worth a watch.
2017-09-03
Terrible
-Terrible -Way too predictable -Way too obvious -Disgrace to horror films -Terrible concept -Retarded characters -Stupid decisions -Origins of box not explained My rating? (-10)/10

On top of that just a heads up there is no ghost or demon or anything just a box that plays music like that's suppose to be terrifying
2017-07-13
Wish it was better (Like the death scenes though)
Not the best movie but in the horror element it kinda got me. The death scenes are pretty suspenseful. Not really the deaths, it was waiting for them to die that was really good, that's what makes the movie for me. Similar to Final Destination as there is no slasher, physically.

It's about a girl going through regular teenage angst (Even with the added plot of her mom committing suicide, it's still just the regular teenage problems). Her dad Ryan Phillippe finds some junk that turns out to be a Chinese artifact that grants her seven wishes but with each wish the coast is real high.

But getting back to the teen angst, it made this movie so annoying. Like I said, her mom killed herself and yet all her teenage problems still seems fairly normal by comparison. In a way, this dumb High School hi jinks of the main protagonist being uncool and uses her wishes to change that made for a sensible plot, but I could not help to be annoyed by it, possibly because it seems like more of that teen comedy stuff than any actually horror.

A for effort. Like I said the death scenes have you on the edge of your seats (For that I would recommend seeing it in a theater filled with commentators cause it does add fun to it), it was pretty awesome sitting there seeing how gruesome the death was going to be which built it up and when it did happen, it did not reduce the gruesome. Wish it was more of that and less an episode of something on the CW

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2017-07-15
Swish Upon
A woman Johanna Shannon (Elisabeth Rohm) is shown (reluctantly) throwing out a cloth-wrapped treasure in the trash. Her preschool daughter Clare (Raegan Revord) asks if she can ride her bike down the street. Her mom tells her it's okay but she has to come right back and stay on their own block. That's safe, to keep within an established time­frame and in one's familiar surroundings. She goes off with her pup Max, explores some baby birds in a tree nest, and returns home.

Fast forward to Clare as a high school senior. Her neighbor bakes with apples. Clare is the apple that doesn't fall far from the tree, taking after her mom who "was a good woman but she had a rough child­hood, … secrets too big to live with." Clare has a sensitive artistic side like her mom's, which combined with a child­hood trauma and a slight frame, makes her a target for bullying. Max is a big dog now. Her dad Jonathan (Ryan Phillippe) is a suave jazz sax player with a sideline of dumpster diving. He would have made a real catch in his day. The dumpster diving was fun when Clare was little, but now her dad is a source of embarrassment among Clare's schoolmates.

One day Jonathan finds a clamshell music box among the detritus—presided over by a gargoyle. Belated research will prove it to be a Chinese wish pot managed by a demon (Chinese: Yao Guai) that grants its holder seven wishes coming with a non-optional "blood price." After the 7th wish the Yao Guai claims its holder's soul. This particular pot had a tragic beginning, but its subsequent owners led prosperous lives—what remained of them—surrounded by lots of death.

This puts one in mind of (Prov. 26:27) "Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein: and he that rolleth a stone, it will return upon him", now bastardized into, "What goes around comes around", or in pc terms messing with a level playing field. Rolling a stone uphill with affirmative action is what causes it to roll back down, and the pit is dug to handi­cap the competition. Who could blame those owners for capitalizing on their "leveling" device to give them­selves a playing field more to their liking, collateral damage notwithstanding?

Jonathan gives it to Clare as an early birthday present. Lacking the maturity of the previous owners, she makes various droll requests concerned with her status among her high school crowd. If you count coming down with a disfiguring disease and falling madly in love, there are plenty of hits and falls associated with Clare's wishes. Double whammies are not out of the question, either, where there is both a hit *and* a fall. A hanging, for instance, involves a fall from one's support, then the knot of the hang­man's noose striking the back of the cranium to knock out the soon-to-be-deceased before the rope breaks his neck. An auto-pedestrian accident may start with the struck person being launched through the air to fall upon some­thing. At any rate the sound of a falling body is 'swish' and a hit *upon* is like the *Upon* in the cute title. When Clare turns 18, her wishes turn more mature.

The setting looks genuine Ohio where I once lived. The actors are all good, down to the dog, and the principal (Clare) is photogenic, easy to look at. The plot is consistent and strangely relevant to real life. The music from the box sounds western, but the Mandarin Chinese pronunciation in the Chinese class was spot on as they did their drills starting with the teacher's name. "Wish Upon" was not overly gory, relying more on suspense and imagination to get to the audience. It's short at 1 1/2 hours, but if you stay past the end, there may be an extra scene. This is an altogether well-crafted film and earns my highest marks. Unfortunately, it hasn't been heavily hyped, so horror lovers may miss a good one if they wait too long. It's clever enough to deserve more than one viewing to catch what you missed the first time.
2017-07-17
Entertaining with suspense, nice plot twists
To me it was an excellent movie, for a horror didn't need to get all gory but it did provide some of that for people who like a lot of that, sometimes better to show just enough and leave the rest to the imagination, we get the idea/picture. There was good suspense, drama, and plot twists. Versus other horror films this is good as any other ever made if not better, its a high school coming of age horror film, about what you would expect a film like this to be. Like the diversity in the movie and with an Asian male in it not being emasculated.
2017-07-16
Predictable, but entertaining
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I was so entertained by this film even though it was kind of predictable.

The movie basically has this overall theme of be careful what you wish for, original right? King as well as her costars make the film feel more like a thriller than a horror film, but the horror comes from the Final Destination type deaths that come with each wish....

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2017-07-15
You'll wish it were better
Grade: D

Rating: PG-13, 89 minutes

In a Nutshell: Clichéd and not very good, this horror movie would be fun to watch at a sleepover with a bunch of teenage girls while they make fun of it the entire time. There are so many moments that are just laughable.

Uplifting theme: Be careful what you wish for. The most meaningful life is one that is filled with service and love for others.

Things I liked: I interviewed some people who were coming out of the movie, before I saw it, and they said they thought it was really scary. It's not, but the audience I sat with seemed to really get a kick out of it and reacted quite vocally to jumps and scares and bad choices the actors on screen were making. Joey King does a pretty good job as Clare Shannon. This is her 4th horror movie. I thought it was hilarious when Tyler (Alexander Nunez) fell asleep with his cell phone in his hand. Such a teenager. Then, when Darcie wakes up, rotting in various parts of her body, he immediately starts taking pictures and posting them online. There's a Pokemon Go app rip-off about demons that was kind of funny. I actually liked the surprise ending. Ki Hong Lee is such a likable guy in all his movies.

Things I didn't like: It's very similar to The Possession and seems like a total rip-off of previous books and movies you have seen. Original it is not. On IMDb, it says the film is loosely based on W.W. Jacobs' short story The Monkey's Paw. The romantic story in the film just didn't work or seem the least bit believable to anyone in the audience. There was this really weird stock footage of a bunch of buildings in a city shot. What the ?? Even the sound effects and musical score sounded like mostly stock music clips. There's this really weird color correction that changes during scenes. I'm not sure if it was intentionally placed in order to show Clare's moods or just accidentally changed during editing. ??? The characters are all pretty one-dimensional. SPOILER: There is a suicide in the movie, but they don't spend any time exploring the emotions that could have provided some depth to a character arc. Some of the acting was really bad. I'm not sure it was a good marketing strategy to advertise that the same people who did Annabelle did this movie, because that film wasn't very good either. SPOILER: What about wishing for world peace? A cure for cancer? End hunger? All of Clare's wishes were extremely selfish. Admittedly, some of my wishes would focus on myself, but I'd like to think I'd eventually start thinking of others!

Funny lines: "Apparently, karma is a bigger "B" than Darcie Chapman." – Meredith McNeil (Sydney Park)

Tips for parents: Lots of crude language Portrayal of a suicide and discussion of others Someone flips the bird Lots of really rude people Bullying Lots of brutal deaths

MOVIE REVIEW MOM

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2017-07-18
i wish not
The movie, "Wish Upon", is completely void of any legitimately good ideas save for the core idea of a horror movie where an old music box promises to grant its owner seven wishes. This sucks because with a dynamite title like "Wish Upon" and a plot synopsis as well written as this movie's is, you shouldn't make such a flat and bland film like this. There are plenty of films that have awful synopsises but end up alright, so they didn't technically have any consistency to uphold, but I almost expected a little more from "Wish Upon". If you were paying any attention, you would have caught the word "almost in the sentence before and thought "well what do we have here" but to tie up that loose end, I tell you, there was nothing appealing about the trailer besides that rot scene. luckily they knocked that out on the first wish so I didn't really have any build up inside me built up. But I tell you that if I did, it would have been toppled down like a tall tower of live ants. The scene lasts little over two minutes and doesn't let you see MOST of the rot! And then they explain what the disease was and that she caught it at the spa! How did that little old box get to the spa? And don't tell me "you're reading too much into it", okay? I didn't! They tell you that she picked it up from the spa! They were specific! She didn't "just rot". there's a lot left to say about this movie but the website has a word limit that I need to abide by and that just about pisses me off! So I'm leaving. I want to mention in the film's favor, that the end credits sequence was really cool and creative and I loved the imagery. Signing off, your's C and I WISH YOU WELL. figure that one out Satan
2017-07-15
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