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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
Worst Horror Movie
This movie doesn't deserve more than 1 star...it was more like comedy movie rather than horror movie...watched movie because of some good reviews but don't know what they were smoking when they were writing reviews..over acting by Joey King....can't guess how many times I wished to slap her during whole movie....If you want to send your time watching this s**t then you are most welcome...
2017-10-17
What could have been...
At first it was coming off as a Twilight Zone episode, I liked that. Then it went into The Craft, Final Destination, and any teen movie made after 1998, all mixed up. It's like they didn't know which audience to please so they tried to please everyone. And the emotions, or lack thereof rather, is unbelievable. Applauding that a high school rival is in ICU, killing your best friend and you and the guy just casually leave her there in the school during school hours. Oh and after little to no research, running to your room, saying I know how to beat you, knock it off. Going from killing people close to you to just killing anyone you come in contact with. Someone lost sight or interest maybe both, I started this with a 5 rating, I'm going back to change it to a 3. I feel like the makers of this movie insulted my intelligence.
2017-08-08
Box of Wishes
To begin, this is definitely not a very good film. What's on screen views as a promising second draft that needed a bit of story expansion and nuance by the screenwriter. It not helpful the script is directed just as written, meaning no atmosphere, mood or imagination. Young Joey King plays Claire, a high school student who comes into possession of a Chinese Wish box and granted seven wishes which are paid for by the death of those closest to her. Claire's vapid wishes lead to several deaths that take place in a vacuum. If you have seen a "Final Destination" film you've seen how this goes, The redeeming feature of the story is the writer has set up a rather interesting twist at the end, however, it mostly just sits at the beginning and end, ignored , almost like a draft. It's so underdeveloped, I was halfway home before I realized how clever it might have been. Watch the dog's scenes at the beginning.
2017-07-15
Good, not great
Decent horror movie. Lots of people have said it reminds them of Final Destination, which is true except Final Destinstion's kills are more prolonged and inventive and they are bloodier. Hence the movie's R rating. Wish Upon tells a good story. Its cool to see Ryan Philippe acting again since he fell off for awhile before making a comeback via indie thrillers. Wish Upon is mainly aimed at a younger high school crowd. There is something about the film that just...doesn't really take off. It almost leaves the viewer in a place where they are getting amped up for a big reveal or some type of overwhelming situation but then it nosedives and leaves us wanting more. Its kind of like blue balls:) overall it's a typical teen pg13 horror that while entertaining enough, lacks any real shocks or horror.
2017-10-11
You might just be surprised how good this one is
I have to say I really did not go into 'Wish Upon' expecting to like it. I have been almost entirely put off the supernatural horror genre by failed attempt after failed attempt. The only upside to that is that when I do come across one I enjoy, I really enjoy it. 'Wish Upon' is not a bad film at all.

Let's get the negatives out of the way first so we can finish on a high. The only ones I see are that the "wish" element to any film can be incredibly frustrating in terms of the way the characters use them (or misuse them). There are times when you just want to scream at the screen. Then again I've never been lucky enough to be granted any wishes, so what would I know?

The other downside comes in terms of the death sequences (which are actually a strength in a different way, which we'll get to soon). The negative side is that they are trying to be like 'Final Destination' and yet failing in every way. What made the death scenes in 'Final Destination' so brilliant was that every one of them had their own little mini-twist. It made you think they were going to die in one way, and then did it in the completely opposite way. 'Wish Upon' felt like it was going for something similar, but all it really ever achieved was dragging out the inevitable.

Into the positives of the movie now. Let's start with why the death sequences were also well done. What I liked about them was that for a PG-13 movie they were extremely graphic at times. They pushed the envelope to the absolute limit and got away with it. 'Saw' would be proud.

The dialogue and character development were also extremely strong for a horror movie. Joey King in the lead role did an excellent job of carrying the movie and making sure we cared about the things that were happening and the people they were happening to.

Finally the ending was a real bonus for me. It was unique. Without giving anything away I'll simply say it is a lot more abrupt than expected. It didn't fall into the usual extended cliché horror movie ending. I liked it.

Whether people will find 'Wish Upon' scary is a tough one for me to judge. There certainly is a lot more potential for audience members to find it terrifying than there is a lot of other modern horror films. If you're in two minds about seeing this one my advice would be to give it a chance. It might just pleasantly surprise you.
2017-11-06
Just look at the poster of Joey King crouching in anguish: its a big sign that Wish Upon sucks
Though a bit overused in fantasy situations, the "wishes" plot can be a great point of inspiration and an interesting look into ones psyche. I think its safe to say we've all had moment where we wished that a genie could come around and let us have a wish. Personally, I would have wished to see into the future, access to every movie in existence, and a pizza supply that would never run out. What's also neat about "wish" stories is that there always seems to be tricks to them, whether its out the wishes are said, or maybe the genie's magic doesn't work right.

Let's say I got my visions of the future. This might mean I could only see two seconds because I didn't specify how far I could see. Then there's the movie one. This would likely mean I'd have to dig through a lot of crap to find the good ones. Even the pizza one has flaws; let's say I'm not hungry for pizza one day and whatever was left would rot.

Though it would be easy to bring up Aladdin, I think The Twilight Zone did it first with "The Monkey's Paw" episode where the wishes went wrong. Wish Upon takes the idea into a high school setting.

Claire (played by Joey King) seems to be doing fine; she has a dumpster diving father Jonathon (played by Ryan Phillipe), friends, and a talent for the arts. But she's unpopular and a target for bullies. One day, her father happens to find a mysterious box with Chinese lettering and gives it to Claire, thinking she'd like it. She finds that the box means that it grants wishes. Though she thinks it's nothing more then decoration, she still wishes that the girl who bullies her "would go rot" only to find the next day that the same girl had caught a disease where her skin was rotting away.

Curious, she continues to make wishes including that she inherits a ton of money from a relative, that the boy of her dreams would fall for her and that she would be the most popular girl in school. What she doesn't know is that with each wish she makes, there is a blood price, which causes people close to her to die. The wishes add up, but they also start to backfire on Claire, who starts to understand the consequences more.

You'd think that with an idea as interesting as Wish Upon, the filmmakers could come up with a lot more then repeating a lot of teen and horror film tropes. Let me put it this way; you go in already knowing that the wishes are going to end up bad and that's it. This is a movie that exists for your reaction. Wish Upon is the movie equivalent to those YouTube reaction shows that are fed on your desire for your shock. The problem is that not only are you never surprised by any of the deaths, but with a PG-13, the gore and blood are restrained.

So what about those tropes? Many of the deaths are from Final Destination and Saw, the girl wanting to be popular is from 10 Things I Hate About You and The DUFF, the stalking boyfriend is from Fatal Attraction and The Boy Next Door, the ditching the friends is from Mean Girls, and the stupid people dying from their own fault is from too many horror movies to count. I'd be shocked if any the writers got paid (or perhaps not) as almost nothing original is present.

The only good thing I can comment on is of the acting of Joey King. You can tell she's giving it all she can for a movie that's not worth the work. She can do alright playing the geek, but I have a hard time believing she would be unpopular. I thought that looks were only half of the high school social scene? Don't most kids hang out with the ones that have interesting personalities? Maybe in some parallel universe, this could have been a story about a popular girl who suddenly finds herself an outcast for no reason.

I'll give this two wish boxes out of ten. Wish Upon has to be one of the most ridiculous thrillers I've seen in a while. You know something is bad when even at an hour and twenty minute running time, it felt like three. Perhaps there is a reason the kind of story used for Wish Upon is reserved only for those supernatural TV shows.
2017-07-18
It's a horror movie that most B-horror fans can enjoy.
'WISH UPON': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

The new supernatural horror flick about a girl that gets a strange music box from her father, that she realizes will grant her seven wishes. She also later learns though, that there's a very violent and horrific price for every wish. The film was directed by John R. Leonetti (who's also helmed other horror flicks like 'ANNABELLE' and 'THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT 2'), and it was written by Barbara Marshall (who also wrote the horror flick 'VIRAL', from last year). The movie stars Joey King, Ryan Phillipe, Elisabeth Rohm, Ki Hong Lee, Sydney Park, Shannon Purser, Mitchell Slaggert and Sherilyn Fenn. The screenplay was voted to the 2015 Black List, and the film was made on a budget of just $12 million. It's received mostly mediocre reviews from critics, and viewers, but I enjoyed it.

Clare Shannon (King) is a high school student that's constantly picked on by the popular girls at school, and she's also severely embarrassed by her 'dumpster diving' father (Phillipe). Her mother (Rohm) committed suicide too, when Clare was young, and Clare is still traumatized by it. Then one day her dad brings her home a mysterious music box, that he found in a dumpster, which says it will grant her seven wishes. Clare decides to entertain the fantastical idea, and then she's amazed when her wishes start coming true. Then Clare becomes haunted by the box though, when people start dying (seemingly) as a result of her making wishes.

I enjoy horror movies, especially really good quality thrillers, but even B-horror flicks too. This is definitely a B-horror movie, but for me it was a lot of fun. I could really relate to Clare, and the concept of the movie is really interesting to me as well. I'd even go see a sequel (which the film is definitely set up for). The death scenes also reminded me a lot of the 'FINAL DESTINATION' franchise, which I also liked (at least at first). I think this is a horror movie that most B-horror fans can enjoy (like I definitely did).

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2017-07-20
This summer's hit horror flick
This turned out to be the most enjoyable kind of horror movie - a clever story with some humor that links things together. It's not gory either and doesn't rely on cheap shock tactics.

A poor tomboyish girl who isn't popular and picked upon by the high school bitch gets a present of a Chinese wish box that her dad found in a dumpster. It turns out to grant wishes but there is a price to pay for each wish granted. It's fun when she initially gets her wishes like fixing the school bitch and getting money and the guy she likes. There is a gleeful anticipation to see how things will play out even when you can guess what's coming.

The likable cast is headed by Joey King - you can see her grow up in horror movies is the right kind of actress for this role - cute and likable. Ryan Phillippe plays her dumpster diving Dad. Nice to see Sherilyn Fenn again as a neighbor.

A notch above the Final Destination series. This should be this summer's hit horror flick.
2017-07-13
I WISH I never saw this movie, get it
Wish Upon is a bad movie, and you won't like it. It tells the story of Clare, who finds a little Chinese box of wishes that secretly belongs to Beelzebub. As she immediately finds out, every time she wishes for something, it get's monkey's-pawed into something she didn't want, and also somebody dies. It worth mentioning that she's terrible at wishing for things, and every time she talks to the box she leaves things way too open ended. Also, none of the writers knew how to write dialogue that sounds like things teens would say. Some of the wishes are also completely subjective. Like she wants her dad to stop hanging out inside of dumpsters, so she says "I wish dad would stop being embarrassing" and Satan decides to make her dad a master of playing the saxophone. The end credits were actually pretty cool, and had better horror imagery than anything else in the entire movie. Don't watch this.
2017-07-24
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
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