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The evil that lurks in Hill House thrives on the growing enmity between the two women. In fact, Hill House seems to be waging psychological warfare on Eleanor and Theo, driving a wedge between them. The behavior, thoughts and feelings of these two women eerily echo the relationship between the Crain sisters, two little girls who grew up in Hill House decades ago. The Crain sisters also had a falling out over a man and it seems at times that the resentment Eleanor feels is really the resentment of the eldest Crain sister. The older sister, like Eleanor, became an old maid after losing her beau to the younger sister. The vindictive and painful emotions of this family battle still reside within Hill House and feed Eleanor's own sense of loss and thirst for revenge. The reader cannot be sure whether it is Eleanor or Hill House that is truly responsible for the increasingly threatening manifestations. In Eleanor, Hill House has found a perfect vehicle for reliving the tragic struggles of the past.

Are you still with me? I haven't even mentioned the switch from rum-running to gambling and how that messes up Joe's plans, in addition to bringing in Pescatore's interfering idiot son (Max Casella). The good news is that this leads to a massive shootout, which the director stages so excitingly you wish the rest of the movie could measure up. As an actor, Affleck maintains a square-jawed Batman look that works against investing in the mobster's emotional arc, even if the take on the character as more of an observer than participant in his own life is built into Lehane's original conception. The feeling persists that the material would have cut deeper as a miniseries worthy of binge-watching. Still, Live by Night looks amazing (a tip of fedora to cinematographer Robert Richardson), and Affleck shines as a director of actors and action. The man knows how to create a haunting gangster noir worth getting lost in.

Her mom’ s in a coma. She may have caused the death of a young man. And now her friend Avery wants her to tackle going to Prom? Not going to happen, even if she is dying to spend some alone time with her boyfriend, Noah. Instead, Charlotte needs to find some answers to a few nagging questions—why was her family attacked? Will her mother survive? And is there a creature from the Other Side coming for her? Soon enough, Charlotte's search for the truth becomes a race against time. But she may just find the sign she's been looking for all along....

'Inside I kept hoping and praying it wouldn't come to that. But ultimately it did. That was what he wanted and he stuck to that.'

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