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The Moth Diaries

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Rebecca who is haunted by her father's suicide enrolls in an elite boarding school for girls. Rebecca is suspicious of Ernessa, the new arrival. But is Rebecca just jealous of Ernessa's bond with Lucie, or does the new girl truly possess a dark secret?
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Allan Hunter
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May 24, 2013

The lacklustre script is so determined to spell out thoughts and emotions that it becomes insulting.
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Graham Young
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May 29, 2013

I'd give this moth-eaten nonsense a miss.
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Kathleen Murphy
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April 19, 2012

The Moth Diaries fails to frighten, titillate or otherwise engage the imagination.
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Rich Cline
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May 23, 2013

Like the central character, it's difficult to convince ourselves that this sinister nastiness isn't really happening. So we get increasingly unnerved as the story progresses.
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Joe Neumaier
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April 19, 2012

Harron can do little with this bloodless drama, a shadow of such quiet vampire treats as "Let the Right One In" and "The Addiction."
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Ken McIntyre
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June 03, 2013

Vamps-fans won't find much to gnaw on here.
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Peter Hartlaub
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August 09, 2012

Way too serious for its own good.
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Rich Cline
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May 24, 2013

There's a terrific sense of menace in this gothic dramatic thriller, which plays on the story's fantasy elements to take us into a teen girl's troubled imagination. It's beautifully shot too.
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Scott Tobias
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April 19, 2012

Harron, a supremely intelligent adaptor who did wonders with the screen version of Bret Easton Ellis' American Psycho, simply doesn't have the chops to give this story the florid kick it needs.
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Calum Waddell
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May 24, 2013

A redundant teen-horror romp which, in the space of its slender running time, actually begins to make you pine for the return of Bella and Edward.
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Jeannette Catsoulis

April 19, 2012

Roiling with jealousy, suicide and latent lesbian urges, "The Moth Diaries" dances on the border between hallucination and reality without fully committing to either.
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Rex Reed
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April 17, 2012

Where are the shivers? The girls are properly fragile, ethereal and neurotic, but the way Ms. Harron gingerly moves them around like porcelain dolls is too careful to stir up much terror.
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