The Boy HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

The Boy HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code
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The Boy HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code


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1. Go to https://my.vudu.com/redeem.html#selectPromo/_/_/741569/_/_/_/_/_/false/_/
2. Follow the instructions to get your Ultraviolet or Digital Copy.
3. When Prompted, enter your UltraViolet or Digital Copy




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The Boy HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

The plot is fairly straight-forward: an American woman named Greta (Lauren Cohan) arrives in England to take a job as a nanny. She is perplexed when she discovers she is tasked with caring after a life-sized doll named Brahms, but the pay is generous so she plays along. As times goes on and she begins to ignore the strict set of rules for caring for Brahms, strange occurrences challenge Greta as she struggles to figure out if Brahms is alive or if she is losing her mind.

The film did well in it's advertising to be very vague in what kind of film this is. Indeed, even during the course of the film, you continue to wonder just what kind of film it is. Is it a demonic haunting, like Annabelle? Is it a killer doll like Child's Play? Is it merely a drama in which the protagonist slowly descends into madness?

Admittedly, I'm sure many people will grow weary of the film before the conceit is revealed. However I feel the twist truly makes the film in that it is so unexpected, yet does not come off as contrived. The pacing of the film is both its greatest strength and weakness, though if you are patient enough to make it to the end, I feel you will be pleasantly surprised.