The Wicker Man

There may be a way to remake 1973's cult thriller THE WICKER MAN, in which a deeply Christian cop has his religious convictions shaken to the core as he investigates the disappearance of a child from within a cheerfully pagan community, but Neil LaBute didn't find it. In the course of reworking renowned playwright Anthony Shaffer's script, he not only leached...read more

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Officer Edward Malus stops a station wagon to return a girl's lost doll. Moments later, a truck slams into the station wagon, igniting a fiery wreck with the mother and child trapped.

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00:26 — Officer Edward Malus stops a station wagon to return a girl's lost doll. Moments later, a truck slams into the station wagon, igniting a fiery wreck w (more…)
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01:06 — Officer Edward Malus stops a station wagon to return a girl's lost doll. Moments later, a truck slams into the station wagon, igniting a fiery wreck w (more…)
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00:44 — Officer Edward Malus stops a station wagon to return a girl's lost doll. Moments later, a truck slams into the station wagon, igniting a fiery wreck w (more…)
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00:46 — Officer Edward Malus stops a station wagon to return a girl's lost doll. Moments later, a truck slams into the station wagon, igniting a fiery wreck w (more…)
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  • Released: 2006
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: There may be a way to remake 1973's cult thriller THE WICKER MAN, in which a deeply Christian cop has his religious convictions shaken to the core as he investigates the disappearance of a child from within a cheerfully pagan community, but Neil LaBute did… (more)

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