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The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies

The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies

Inspired by the actual files of Father Gabriele Amorth, Chief Exorcist of the Vatican.Apr. 05, 2023103 Min.
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Watch: The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – Follow Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican’s leading exorcist, as he investigates the possession of a child and uncovers a conspiracy the Vatican has tried to keep secret..
Plot: Father Gabriele Amorth, Chief Exorcist of the Vatican, investigates a young boy’s terrifying possession and ends up uncovering a centuries-old conspiracy the Vatican has desperately tried to keep hidden.
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When you buy a ticket for a movie like “The Pope’s Exorcist” it’s pretty clear what you’re getting into. There’s a ton of Catholic imagery like the rosary, crucifixes, holy water, church rituals, and lots of prayers, all used to fight off the demonic possession of an innocent. All of the standard elements are present here, but director Julius Avery‘s film surprisingly offers a refreshing (if somewhat routine) take on the religious horror subgenre.

Elevated by a well thought-out story and an engaging performance from Russell Crowe, the film tells the story of Father Gabriele Amorth (Crowe), Chief Exorcist of the Vatican (and one of the most controversial figures in the Church’s modern era). The script is inspired by the Father’s actual files of his time spent conducting exorcisms for the Catholic Church, which is enough to make your skin crawl.

The movie follows Father Amorth as he travels to Spain to investigate a young boy’s (Peter DeSouza-Feighoney) possession by a powerful demon. Aided by local priest Father Esquibel (Daniel Zovatto), Father Amorth tries to help the child before it’s too late. In the process, he uncovers a centuries-old conspiracy that the Vatican has desperately tried to keep hidden.

It’s a really great story, and one that feels more plausible than other religious horror fantasies about supernatural possessions. (You know what I mean). There are solid scares, bloody violence, and creepy imagery that are all done quite well. It’s slightly goofy but played with sincerity, which is why the film never teeters on the edge of camp. This isn’t a case of a movie that’s so bad it’s good, it actually is good.

While it may seem like there isn’t a lot here to separate the film from other exorcism stories (especially when there are several scenes of priests reciting prayers while brandishing crosses at a child who, possessed by a demon, is screaming obscenities in a growling voice), the depth of the storytelling is what makes a huge difference. Every element clicks in unison here, from the screenplay to the direction to the better than expected performances.

“The Pope’s Exorcist” is the type of movie that should be forgettable, but isn’t. I actually enjoyed it because it overdelivers on what it promises, and is a lot better than you’d expect.

Towards the end of the movie, I literally starting thinking, “wow, Crowe and Zovatto should star in future installments as ass-kicking priest sidekicks,” and bam! The film went ahead and set itself up for a sequel: 199 of them, to be exact. As batty as this sounds, I would — pun intended — watch the hell out of that.


Review By: Louisa Moore – Screen Zealots

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“The Pope’s Exorcist swings for the fences with well-directed horror sequences by Julius Avery, who wasn’t afraid to take advantage of the R rating to deliver a substantial amount of gore. Unfortunately, it isn’t able to escape the narrative formulas of “humans possessed by demons” repeated over several decades in this “subgenre” of exorcisms. Russell Crowe elevates the movie quite a bit with a well-rounded performance, seamlessly blending the dramatic moments with his character’s comedic personality. However, the constant tonal changes create uncertainty about the type of film we’re supposed to be watching. Personally, it’s a mixed bag…”

Rating: C+

Review By: MSB
You must definitely watch Russell Crowe exorcise.
The film turns in a new direction compared to most three-cent horror films, the film does not focus too much on jumpscare but focuses on each character’s emotions when being invaded by fear.

I am very impressed with the plot, in addition to the cool and funny Father Gabriel character, the rest of the characters are also very well built. If you want a movie full of jumpscare then this is not the movie for you, and if you want a jumpscare movie that is just enough and has a compelling plot for you to enjoy then this is the movie for you. Applause for the cast and crew. Don’t let the fools keep you from enjoying this movie. They’re just kids who like jumpscare and don’t like the humor in ”Horror” movies.

The movie is just good enough for the viewer to feel comfortable. Personally, I really enjoyed this movie P/s : The book is very good.

Review By: Blashma
Russel Crowe makes an otherwise passable by the numbers Exorcism film far more enticing.
Like clockwork we have at least 2 possession films each year around the same time. Easter and Halloween it seems. They’re usually hit or miss with the same cliches strewn about with maybe some attempts at being slightly innovative. While this doesn’t break away too much from the plot formula, Crowe’s powerhouse performance does and amplifies the overall film to enticing levels. He has clearly found his late career niche with thrillers/horrors of late and it works extremely well. The scares are serviceable and the story is as well. Visually it’s one of the best possession films I’ve seen in quite sometime with fantastic settings and terrific practical and cgi features. This doesn’t mean the cliches don’t hinder it at times but overall a very welcome film for the genre.
Review By: tresm87

Other Information:

Original Title The Pope’s Exorcist
Release Date 2023-04-05
Release Year 2023

Original Language en
Runtime N/A
Budget 18000000
Revenue 61267289
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Julius Avery
Writer Michael Petroni, Evan Spiliotopoulos, R. Dean McCreary
Actors Russell Crowe, Daniel Zovatto, Alex Essoe
Country United States, United Kingdom, Spain
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

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The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies
The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies
The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies
The Pope’s Exorcist 2023 123movies
Original title The Pope's Exorcist
TMDb Rating 7.1 242 votes

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