THE READING Movie Review **SPOILER ALERT**
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THE READING Movie Review **SPOILER ALERT**

THE READING Movie Review **SPOILER ALERT**

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THE READING Movie Review **SPOILER ALERT**
Gay homosexuals Nick and Joseph spoil The Reading – a 2023 thriller written and directed by Courtney Glaude.

Premise: Recently widowed Emma Leeden (Mo’Nique) details the loss of her family to a gruesome break-in in her new book “Invasion”. To generate press, Emma agrees to a staged reading by 19 year-old Sky Brown in Emma’s now fortified home. There’s only one problem, Sky’s spiritual connection is real. Evil emerges in a house they can’t get out of.

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Cast:
Mo’Nique as Emma Leeden
Charnele Brown as Oda Brown
Sara Alavi as Rachel Gates
Courtney Glaude as Homeless guy
Lisa Alavi as Ashley Leeden
R.J. Atkins as Bartender
Chasity Sereal as Sky Brown
Cooper Helm as Mathew Leeden
Denisha Hardeman as Jessie
Ian Haywood as Gregory
Mcauley Teters as Randy
Maudejanei Alero as Kendell
Paige McCorkle as Cafe Patron
Jonathan Algeroy as Johnny

Cinematography by Gracie Henley

Keywords: ending explained, reaction video, traile, BET+, Lee Daniels, Almost Christmas, Tiffany the Doll, Bessie, Blackbird

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  1. Thanks to all of the very nice comments, we realized we missed a post-credits scene where Sky is on the same talk show Emma was on two years prior, talking about her experience. It would appear from the way she looks at the camera in the final shot that Sky may be possessed with whatever had possessed Emma (or even Emma herself). However, this doesn't salvage the poor writing and direction, so we will maintain the scores we gave this film. Peace and blessings 🌡

  2. I’m really confused about the ending, when Sky is interviewed and has a menacing stare at the camera. I feel like it’s a call back to when Sky was telling Greg about the yt man’s mother almost touching her and it did happen once and when they touch you, they possess you. Since she killed Monique when she was on top of her, she was physically touching her and therefore was able to possess her? Idk, I love movies with a good storyline and since this one didn’t have one, it’s hard to understand exactly what that ending meant lol.

    I’m just assuming that’s what they were trying to portray at the end.

  3. What I believe will happen is if you remember when Sky was in the coffee shop with her boyfriend that she stated that she knew what happened when people get touched by a spirit that they become possessed. Sky stated it had happened to her when she was younger but never explained how she got rid of the spirit. THE SPIRIT HAS ALWAYS BEEN iN SKY !! This happens in real life because there are real life spirits living within people in our world. I believe sky planned all of this because she knew that splitting $20k( $5k each) would not be enough to help her family through poverty. Sky was so inspired by Emma's story that she basically shared her perspective on it. Actually Emma never killed her family & the real killers are still out there.

  4. "everybody that's not Monique" lmao so trueπŸ˜„ if they swapped out the supporting cast members and added about 30 minutes to it's runtime showing the backstory leading up to the murder, this movie would've been the perfect horror/thriller.πŸ‘ŒπŸΎ Either way, I enjoyed watching Monique, she carried the entire movie.

  5. I’m going to respectfully disagree. I enjoyed all of the young actors. My one exception is the sister in law who’s character doesn’t become interesting until she’s about to die. Otherwise like any movie I might have done this thing or that thing differently but overall it was a hit. So much so that we watched it TWICE. My mom and cousin did as well without even knowing we watched it twice but decided to watch it again because it was truly entertaining. Definitely watch for yourself. I’ll be looking at the lady with the cane that looks a little too fit with the side eye now πŸ˜‚ jk. On a side note, the equation to Spell 🧐 πŸ€”Not even similar. The quality of the film itself was great! But the story was more than a stretch set in 2020. With that said I only watched it once for Loretta but the rest was meh. The Reading is actually unlike other black led films I’ve seen recently. Maybe a little closer to β€œDon’t Breathe” but it’s twists and story is quite different. Anyway with that being the benchmark for good I’m not so sure. Good is always subjective in reviews but that’s a questionable comparison in this case. I hope people’s give it a try. I think it will become a cult classic for the the culture.

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