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Sacrifice (2016)

Sacrifice (2016)

Radha MitchellRupert GravesIan McElhinneyDavid Robb
Peter A. Dowling


Sacrifice (2016) is a English movie. Peter A. Dowling has directed this movie. Radha Mitchell,Rupert Graves,Ian McElhinney,David Robb are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Sacrifice (2016) is considered one of the best Crime,Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Sacrifice is the story of consultant surgeon, Tora Hamilton, who moves with her husband, Duncan, to the remote Shetland Islands, 100 miles off the north-east coast of Scotland. Deep in the peat soil around her new home, Tora discovers the body of a young woman with rune marks carved into her skin and a gaping hole where her heart once beat. Ignoring warnings to leave well alone, Tora uncovers terrifying links to a legend that might never have been confined to the pages of the story-books.


Sacrifice (2016) Reviews

  • Worth to see it


    I'm not really a fan of thriller movies in which legends and cults are used for a plot. Because most are quite predictable and so it is Sacrifice. Thus, after reading a storyline at IMDb, I kinda knew what to expect. I admit, main reason for watching this movie anyway, was Radha Mitchell. I just think, over the years, she's getting better and better. I can't judge her acting, but one is for sure: she leaves a mark in a movie. So, even nothing really surprised me during watching Sacrifice, it got my attention all the time -it's something that makes a good movie in my eyes. Thus, if you like such genre, I recommend seeing this movie. I give it 7 stars.

  • Run of the mill, but enjoyable


    Fairly run of the mill thriller. A woman moves to a remote Scottish island and stumbles onto a buried body. And so the 'mystery' begins.... Nothing special here but still enjoyable. Overall the story is quite standard and predictable. Even the twists and turns can be seen a mile away. Don't expect to be wowed or anything. The only thing that lifts this movie in to something worth seeing is the lead actress (Radha Mitchell). Every time Radha was on screen she stole the show in this otherwise bland experience. Her convincing performance makes this movie. Overall a good movie for a rainy day. Just don't expect Oscar material.

  • Quite good!


    First of all, I don't know why the notes / ratings here are so low - five is really so - so and this film is much better. I did not really read the storyline of the film except that the woman is moving from New York to S Islands. So, that was what I knew and the rest of the film was interesting to me. It was rather on good pace. Not slow or too rushed. The acting was believable. The setting is good. The story is interesting and has some minor twists which are good. It keeps you guessing. I can not say that anything was predictable as many wrote. I liked the movie. It was not really great and that blew me away, but for what it is - I give it eight! Don't know whether because it is British, but the film kinda reminded me of those crime series from England my mother watches :) I don't know their names, but... somehow reminded me of that - and a bit of some Agatha Cristie movies.

  • More drama than film but very good nonetheless


    This very much reminded me of the British crime series Silent Witness. Had the same feel to it. Also had a slightly "Wicker Man" feel to it. The characters were strong and though the story was a little far fetched it remained believable and convincing. It isn't a cinema quality film and certainly doesn't have special effects or big budget action scenes but the acting is good and the sense of malevolence and mystery compelling. It is worth watching and it kept my interest throughout. I liked the twists and turns, the scenery was beautiful and wild and created a dramatic backdrop to the story. I felt it was a pity this wasn't a pilot episode of a series as I would have carried on watching!

  • Looks nice, but the story is oh-so-predictable


    SACRIFICE is a horror film that doesn't want to be a horror film. Instead it would rather be a mature police procedural thriller, with lots of mystery aspects, but there's no getting away from the fact that the narrative is rooted in folk horror no matter how much the writer and director try to distance themselves from the genre. The storyline is about an American doctor who goes to live on the Shetland islands with her husband and soon discovers a body missing a heart. It all points to sinister conspiracies and sacrifice, and she's soon up to her neck in danger. The film is beautifully shot - in Ireland for the most part - with lots of welcome outdoor location photography, and the plot feels like an episode of SILENT WITNESS with hints of THE WICKER MAN. A shame, then, that the central detective story is so restrained and predictable. Radha Mitchell is a good actress, and she has a bit of charm here, but otherwise the it all feels very routine and difficult to get excited about. I liked seeing Ian McElhinney (GAME OF THRONES) in support but the rest of the cast are pretty boring, and things resolutely play out in the most predictable way imaginable.


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