The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It ,if That makes the most powerful of enemies. However, the film is, sadly, a waste of character potential.
They are the greatest things such as ” The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It”, the changes from the previous film, periods of time, that is, the creation of a credible threat to the beginning of the year. Of course, in bathsheba, with the Anabella doll, and even the bad guys in the B-plot to provide a powerful jump scares and scary moments. In spite of this, they were all of the film-like demons, and was easily knocked to the ground, and locked up in the Warren’s Museum. However, magic 3, the director, Michael’s World is to produce the franchise’s most powerful enemies, and the film is, unfortunately, missing the character potential.
Isla (aka, an occultist), who has been cast a spell, and it has been working out since a year ago. In the last act, the audience discovered that she was not the leader, ” it was a satanic rituals, and relics, of which the father is the priest of the Kastner had been left behind at home. This turns him on to a witch for the introduction of a curse to all the people in the Americas. He didn’t want to tell anyone, not even More. Of course, More is involved in the case that Jessica is Strong, and her out-of-this-world-vision, but the Isla is the secret of staying in the shadows.
In fact scares them More, so this time he opens the chapel of connection. When he saw the Old, to perform the ritual, and tease her, and she knew it was a trap, because it was as if the doors could be explored in a two-way street. In this way, the transfer not only of his power, in order to morgue , but also to infect Ed and also be Lorraine, this is impossible. Fortunately, it is switched off at the time, but Isla raises once again and it is the dead bodies of her attack to warner.
In fact, she’s a necromancer, and her mental power, she seems to be in no way inferior to that of More. This is the first battle that the driver of the audience. However, the The Conjuring 3 don’t stop, make it to the actual antithesis. Kastner understand what Isla selling, which is designed to quickly move the plot forward. It would be better if she has checked out of his mind or to the left, a series of earlier saints. This is demonstrated in his ability to compete with the power of God, by having a look at the Kastner, especially It, to see her.
In the climax of the film, and she carries the Ed’s mind, with the dust for More of the change, so that she could have created an even better, more cerebral story. She can be damaging to the Ed, or to kill the Drug, so that the actual results, and the death of the hero always comes out the same. However, she is simply forced out of the Ed to turn More with a hammer, and end up having to break his ownerless of the altar, to the breaking of the curse, and take off The power. It’s amazing that such a talented villainess would have a less-developed, the source of her powers.
The viewers might think that, in the absence of an appropriate context, in addition to Isla, where the dependence of the story, and by the time she was adopted by that, because some of the powers are very good. But, in the end, but he does not stop the death of her father, leaving his house-sensitive. This leads to the fact that the devil and his body. In general, it is not only very comfortable, with a finale that is destroying what may have been the first villain to actually break It.
Directed by Michael Chavez, The Conjuring: the Devil made Me Do It-star: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Ruairi O’connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Julian Hilliard. The film is currently playing in theaters and on HBO Max.