The Nun – Movie Review


Chris Stuckmann reviews The Nun, starring Demian Bichir, Taissa Farmiga, Jonas Bloquet, Charlotte Hope, Ingrid Bisu, Bonnie Aarons. Directed by Corin Hardy.

66 Replies to “The Nun – Movie Review”

    1. All of Stuckman’s reviews are trash. I keep giving him a chance and come back to support his channel but I’ve hardly ever had the same opinion.

    1. worst part was the guys name, when the girl or the priest calls “frenchie” during a tense moment it just pulls me out of the movie completely

  1. You can use the best Cameras, the best lighting, the best Director, the best equipment, but if there is NO INTERESTING STORY then you get a bad movie. The Story is what makes a good movie, when are they’re going to understand this?

    1. +metal.helen 666 i watched it and i wasn’t super impressed, but i think thats more of a problem with horror anthology films with multiple directors that may or may not be good. They usually end up being all over the place and the only thing that actually ties it back to the first is the clown other wise you would have forgotten the point.

    2. +TheMalformedMushroom That makes sense but with this movie I don’t think that was much of a “point” just an awesome murderous clown. I don’t think this is the type of movie to really think about too much.

  2. the plot was very loose/non-existence/inconsistent/random (like a child pasting a bunch of random ideas together).For example, we are told that the young nun had visions as a little girl, but it had NOTHING to do with the plot – it was simply used as the reason for how she saved the priest from the grave. They tried to reference the visions later when she was praying with the nuns who later turn out to be non-existant, but OFCOURSE they weren’t real!! NONE of the nuns inside the church were, and we all know it – and THEY all know it – from the very beginning! The ending also…super random lol *but still is fun to watch with friends – the worst the movie, the more fun to watch*

    1. @Pit The ending is not a joke, but I would say it is definitely unusual. It’s bizarre and occult, but I have to say I genuinely enjoyed it and the rest of the movie was fantastic.

  3. I hate it when horror movies prioritize jump scares over actual plot and suspense. I’d much rather watch A Quiet Place, even if it isn’t very scary, it has suspense, and an enjoyable plot.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *