The Conjuring 3: The Psychic Review of Lorraine and Ed Warren Fight the Devil

by Emma Daniel Content Writer
The Conjuring 3 has finally arrived in Indonesia. The couple Ed and Lorraine Warren greet film lovers in the country starting Wednesday (2/6/2021) in theaters. What the two psychics faced this time was no joke.

Wait, before reviewing The Conjuring 3 aka The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, it's a good idea to get to know the cast and crew first. James Wan, director of The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2 is no longer directing.

Instead, Michael Chaves we used to know through The Curse of La Llorona. Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson remained at the forefront. This is a review of the film The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.

The Murder of Bruno Sauls

The careers of Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) reached their peak in 1981 when they handled the murder case of Bruno Sauls (Ronnie Gene Vlevins) with the suspect, Arne Johnson (Ruairi O'Connor). Arne is the girlfriend of Debbie Glatzel (Sarah Catherine).

The story begins when Debbie's family moves to a new house. His younger brother, David (Julian Hilliard) comes into the room and plays with the waterbed. Who would have thought, black hands gripped David's body with water gushing from the bed.

Since then, David's behavior is strange. Debbie's mom and dad called the psychic Warren. The exorcism begins. Unfortunately, this demon is very strong. Ed had a heart attack in the middle of the ritual while Lorraine was limp. Arne who was holding David asked the demon inside the boy to move into his body.

Arne's behavior then became strange. Arne who became a suspect was detained by the authorities. In the detention room, Arne is visited by Ed and Lorraine. Surprisingly, Arne who was possessed by a demon eloquently chanted God's verses in Psalm 24 verses 3 and 4.

"Who can go up on the mountain of the Lord? Who may stand in His holy place? A person with clean hands and a pure heart who does not give himself up to deception and who does not swear perjury,” said Arne.

Honestly, this scene for us is a red flag. Usually the devil is afraid or gets burned when the verses of Allah are recited. However, when Satan eloquently reads the scriptures, then we know that this class of cursed creatures is not tinned.

Horror and Legal Investigation

It should have been kept until the middle so that the atmosphere of honor and legal investigation kept the audience guessing. This weakness is compounded by the fact that there is no iconic jump-scare scene, which has been the hallmark of El Conjuro 3 pelicula completa.

The word iconic deserves to be underlined because that is what will become a souvenir for the audience. Remember the vicious applause scene on the stairs leading to Carolyn Perron's (Lily Taylor) mansion? Or the figure of Crooked Man with his terrible song in The Conjuring 2?

We can't get the same thing in The Devil Made Me Do It volume. Michael only gives us a splinter story that has the potential to become its own film, namely two friends Katie (Andrea Andrade) and Jessica (Ingrid Mute).

The key to enjoying this film is to focus on the chemistry of Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. From the very beginning, the two of them appeared, just looking at Patrick's temples, which were starting to be wrinkled, seemed to remind us how this beloved psychic pair had been through a lot.

The story presented in this film reinforces the fear of loss between the two. Another way to enjoy this film, try to remember the classic saying that humans can be scarier than the devil himself. If you believe this saying, obviously you can enjoy the main menu.

The Main Capital of This Movie

The main capital of this film Ver El Conjuro 3 pelicula completa is not the appearance of pure horror in general, but the art of unraveling the complicated knots of a murder case against an invisible force. The process of exorcisms, investigations, trials, and attempts to read omens makes us nervous.

Credit also goes to Ruairi O'Connor. His odd expression, the way he walks, and the look in his eyes are really uncomfortable. Not to mention when we read the footnote at the end of the film about the real figure of Arne Johnson. Wow, horribly delicious.

For us, this volume is not as good as The Conjuring 1 and 2, but it is still tense and worth watching in theaters. Don't forget, obey the health protocols while in the cinema environment.

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