Review for Sound Of My Voice R
by John Thielking
Peter (Christopher Denham) and Lorna (Nicole Vicius) are a
California couple who have decided to make a documentary exposing a
cult leader named Maggie (Brit Marling) as a fraud. Maggie
claims to be from the future (2054 to be exact) and the movie
focuses on some of the rituals that the group that Maggie runs are
going through. A key sticking point is the desire of Peter and Lorna
to figure out exactly where is the secret basement location they are
taken to so that they can turn Maggie over to the cops. Three stars.
This movie has little or no violence. It has only two violent
scenes. These are: a story of 11 BP workers being killed on TV
and a scene where two women shoot a gun for target practice.
The previews included nonviolent previews for Hope Springs, The
Intouchables and Ruby Sparks and a somewhat violent preview for
Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World.
To discover additional reviews, fan ratings and trailers for Sound
Of My Voice, go to Fandango by clicking here, or enter the movie title in the Google search
Note that Peacemovies.com reviews movies only for their violence
content. For a more detailed analysis of other issues in
movies (especially for gauging age-appropriateness for kids) please
Brought to you by:
5669 Snell Avenue #173
San Jose, CA 95123 USA