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Emelie

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When the Thompsons hire a young woman as their babysitter, little do they know that she turns out to be more than they bargined for. And now the oldest kid must protect his siblings from her when he discovers she is mentally disturbed.
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Eye for Film
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August 15, 2016

Where it does fall back on formula, Emelie is sufficiently well made to hold viewer attention and it succeeds in maintaining a degree of creepiness throughout.
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HeyUGuys
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August 24, 2016

Not only could Emelie feasibly start a spate of similar psycho babysitter knock-offs if successful but it is also a great deal more interesting than most of its sub-genre predecessors.
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Los Angeles Times
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March 03, 2016

Parents in the market for some deserved date-night distraction couldn't do much worse than "Emelie" - and that's meant as a compliment.
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Starburst
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August 15, 2016

A fun, darkly intelligent twist on a story you think you know well, but one that sadly, like so many others, loses its way in the final act.
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New York Times
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March 03, 2016

Mr. Thelin plays with genre clichés without upending them, and the results are more creepy than scary, with shivers that are primarily generated by the sight of threatened children ...
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Reel Film Reviews
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January 19, 2017

...a promising yet half-baked endeavor that surely would've worked better as a short.
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RogerEbert.com
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March 04, 2016

The result is reasonably satisfying, but the direction shifts from tensile to muddy in the run-up to the finale.
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FILMINK (Australia)
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August 24, 2016

Creepy, claustrophobic and unnerving, this is the perfect warning against hiring anybody you find off Facebook.
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Entertainment Weekly
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March 03, 2016

In some cases, a slow build is a necessary and effective way to up the scare factor. In this case, the slow build is painstakingly sluggish, a seemingly never-ending climb toward a climax that's not satisfying enough to be worth the wait.
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IGN Movies
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August 24, 2016

Moments are individually well-crafted but don't always work in the context of the movie as a whole.
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Variety
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March 04, 2016

A familiarly premised but stringently executed home-invasion chiller that rarely goes for the straight-up scare when a more insidious one will do.
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AV Club
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March 03, 2016

Herbeck's script pokes at the anxieties of parents who leave their kids alone with virtual strangers, while Bolger excels at playing the nightmare version of a babysitter: seemingly sweet, cool, and capable, but secretly evil.
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