When Molly was first released last year, it earned a B+ CinemaScore.
And while the film was still in the making, it became clear that it was a different kind of film — a psychological thriller that had the potential to redefine the boundaries of what it means to be a horror movie.
A couple of weeks after the movie opened, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voted it in as the best horror film of the year, beating out the likes of the original Halloween (2010) and The Conjuring (2012).
The movie has gone on to be nominated for seven Emmys, winning six.
And it’s received critical praise as well.
But it’s also been criticized for its plot.
As a film about a woman in an isolated rural town (where her mother and grandmother are missing), the film has a strong tendency to follow the script.
Its pacing is slow, for instance, with the characters wandering around town, but it often feels like the movie is taking its time establishing its plot — and that’s not always a good sign for the movie’s overall message.
For that matter, the movie sometimes feels like it’s too interested in the details of the story, instead of letting it shine through.
“It’s one of those things where the script doesn’t really shine through,” says Paul Giamatti, a film critic and co-founder of The New York Film Festival.
“You can tell they’re going to leave you with the script and the characters in the movie and just take it in the same direction.”
The problem is, it’s not clear that those details are always important.
And the result is sometimes jarring.
The film was released to a limited release, which is a rarity for horror movies.
While many horror films are limited in scope and budget, Molly is only available on Blu-ray.
And for many, the release has become a sign of how little they know about horror.
There’s no official synopsis or plot synopsis on the Blu-rays, and no accompanying posters or trailers to help promote the film.
There are even no official trailer posters.
And even though it’s available on the streaming service, many of the reviews that have been written for the film have focused on its pacing and plot.
“Molly is a story about a lonely woman living in a remote rural town in the middle of the woods,” wrote The Guardian’s Will Skelton in December.
“She is separated from her family by a mysterious and hostile force and is trapped in a world of her own creation, where a killer is out to destroy her life.”
“Milly is a scary movie,” said critic and film critic Ben Brantley in his review of the film in February.
“In the beginning, the character of Molly is not defined by her own actions, but by the story she is telling.
When she’s caught in the midst of a violent storm, she has to choose whether to tell her family about her escape or be captured by a sinister force.”
The film’s main character is a young woman named Maggie (voiced by Lily Tomlin), who lives in the small town of Derry, Maine.
She is obsessed with her mother, a former cop, who has died and is trying to return home.
(She also has an older brother who is her boyfriend.)
Maggie’s family is also dealing with a death in the family.
When Maggie discovers that her mother has been killed, she begins to wonder if she will be able to find her father.
But when she begins exploring the town, she is shocked to find that there are some strange things happening in the town.
As Maggie investigates the town she comes to understand that the people there are all the same: they are all dead.
Maggie is forced to confront her own mortality, but her search for answers leads her to a place that is far from her comfort zone.
The movie’s first hour also seems to take itself very seriously.
At one point, Maggie gets trapped in an elevator in the attic of the house where she lives, where she is alone and can’t see her family or the person she loves.
“There are no lights in the elevator,” she says.
“No one is there.
No one’s there to talk to me.
It’s a little eerie.”
But Maggie eventually finds her way out of the elevator and back into the house.
“The next thing I know, I’m in the kitchen,” Maggie says.
It takes her a moment to realize that she is in a dark room.
“I’m in a strange room,” she explains.
“Oh, my God.”
Maggie also discovers that the person who killed her mother is in the house, and she is being held captive by the killer.
“And then I realize I’m not alone anymore,” she tells Maggie.
“We’re in this world together.”
The movie then cuts to a scene of a small girl with a big doll inside her, who tells Maggie that she