“Greta” Review

Greta: Directed by Neil Jordan. With Isabelle Huppert, Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe, Jane Perry. A young woman befriends a lonely widow who’s harboring a dark and deadly agenda toward her.

This is maybe one of Moretz’s best roles and that’s coming from a guy that’s tried to watch everything she’s been in. There’s some real plot movement that happens from the first moments of the film that never stop building on the tension and anxiety of knowing that something bad is going to happen, then when it does happen, wondering when or how the other shoe is going to drop. In fact, things get started so early in the film I nearly though it was going to be an entirely different type of film, and while it doesn’t become the supernatural spook fest it had the possibility to be, it cruises right up to the very limits of a believable story, never tripping over that thin line.

If you’re a fan of Alfred Hitchcock style suspense stories and you haven’t seen this yet, I bet you’d enjoy this delightfully horrific ride.

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