Annie Wilson is a widow of three small boys in the town of Brixton, Georgia. She deals with the guilt that she could have avoided her husband’s death from the explosion of the plant that he worked at. Annie raises her children on what little social security she gets and the donations she receives from her clients during readings. Annie’s oldest son gets into trouble at school and she meets the principal Wayne Collins (Greg Kinnear) and his fiancé Jessica King (Katie Holms). Here she sees water surrounding the feet of Jessica King. Even though Annie’s gift helps her clients, but the gift doesn’t exactly work in her favor. She deals with threats and verbal abuse from Donnie Barksdale (Keanu Reeves) when he finds out that his wife, Valerie (Hilary Swank), is getting information from Annie and that she suggest Valerie to leave her abusive husband. Jessica King goes missing and there are no leads. Kenneth King and the police come to Annie for assist...
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...r WB’s show Dawson Creek, gives her fans something to awe over as she strips naked. However, I feel the screen writing could have been a little less vulgar. The plot is a prevalent issue of sexual envy in a small town with its twist and turns, especially, J.K. Simmons cynical beliefs and Michael Jeter, who plays the lawyer.
The Gift is a really proficient example that physic readers face when assisting the police in their field of work. I don’t recommend this movie for everybody since it is rated R with some brief nudity, obscenity, and some terrifying scenes. However, I do recommend it for those who are skeptical because it is based on a story that happened in real life. The gift uses a supernaturalism as a mode that compels you to suspend your skepticism and experience the perplexity and vulnerability that complement the insight like what Annie Wilson observes.
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