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Movie Fans React To Ouija - Ouija Movie Review

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Today the horror film Ouija premiered in movie theaters across the nation and we were there at a Galaxy Theatres Luxury + in order to talk with the first people who saw the movie on opening night! The review were definitely mixed with most people who saw the movie giving it a negative review however, even though the movie was panned by the audience they still enjoyed the luxury theater itself! Here is some more information about the Ouija movie from Wiki: Ouija is a 2014 American supernatural horror-thriller film directed by Stiles White and co-written with Juliet Snowden. The film stars Daren Kagasoff, Douglas Smith, Olivia Cooke, Ana Coto, Bianca A. Santos, Erin Moriarty, and Vivis Colombetti. The film is set for an October 24, 2014 release. It is the first Hasbro properties to be produced by Platinum Dunes and Blumhouse Productions as well as Hasbro's first horror film and the first Hasbro properties after the Hub Network as re-branded Discovery Family on October 13, 2014. On May 28, 2008, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Platinum Dunes' Michael Bay, Andrew Form, and Bradley Fuller are producing a film based on Hasbro's supernatural board game Ouija, with Universal Pictures also attached. On February 2, 2009, Fuller said that the film will be a big movie like Pirates of the Caribbean. On November 1, 2009 Universal set Adam Horowitz and Richard Jefferies to write the script for the film. On October 27, 2010, Deadline stated that three directors are in talks to direct the film, includes Pierre Morel, Sylvain White and Scott Stewart. Universal is planning for a 2012 Thanksgiving of $80-$100 million budgeted film. Later on December 18, 2010 two directors McG and Breck Eisner were again on board to direct the film, John Moore also failed for directing gig. On January 4, 2011, TheWrap confirmed that Universal has revealed that studio is in talks with McG to direct the supernatural action-adventure film with a release date of November 12, 2012. On April 19, 2011 Evan Spiliotopoulos was set to rewrite the script already written by Horowitz & Jefferies, while McG is directing the film. On June 16, 2011 screenwriter Simon Kinberg was set to work on the script of the board game Ouija.[16] On August 23, 2011, it was confirmed that Universal has officially dropped the Hasbro board-game adaptation, the reason for scrapping the project was the high budget. Later on October 17, 2011, news confirmed that Hasbro's CEO Brian Goldner has told THR that the Ouija film's script is in good shape and currently being polished, but the film will be made with a lower budget like Disney did to The Lone Ranger. On November 29, 2011 THR reported that Marti Noxon will be working on the script of the board game adaptation. On March 5, 2012 THR confirmed that Universal and Hasbro are back in business on Ouija still without director and writer, set to release the film in 2013 with Blumhouse Productions' Jason Blum also on board to produce the low-budgeted film. On July 16, 2012, Universal hired Juliet Snowden and Stiles White to rewrite and direct the project for 2013 release. On December 4, 2013 Daren Kagasoff was added to the cast of the film. On December 6, 2013 Douglas Smith and Olivia Cooke joined the cast of the film to play the lead roles. On December 11, 2013 four more joined the cast of the film includes Bianca A. Santos, Erin Moriarty, Ana Coto and Vivis Colombetti, set to begin filming in Los Angeles that week. On December 13, 2013 Matthew Settle was added to the cast of the film, he'll play Anthony Morris, father of Elaine Morris (Cooke's character). Ouija has received negative reviews. Film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 11% of critics gave the film a positive rating, based on 15 reviews with an average score of 3.5/10.[22] Metacritic, another review aggregator, assigned the film a weighted average score of 39 out of 100, based on 10 reviews from mainstream critics, considered to be "generally unfavorable reviews". ...