Annabelle: Creation

Synopsis: 12 years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, where they soon become the target of the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle.
Director(s): David F. Sandberg
Production: New Line Cinema
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
109 min

Think you could hide from me, did you?

Did you read what it said? It said,

"Found you!" And it means that I tickle...

Samuel. Bee. That's enough.

- You don't want to get overheated.

- I'm not.

You sure? Good. Because now it's my turn!

Dad, help!

You need help? Sure, I can help tickle you.

I think the bottom of these feet

might be very ticklish.

Time for bed, Bee.

Thank you.

- Love you, Mommy.

- Love you more.


- Just for a little while.

- Thanks.

Mommy? Can we play dollies when we get home?

Well, I think if you help me

with the washing up...

...I could play dollies

with you all afternoon.

- Sam!

- Yes!


- Morning, Sam. Morning, Esther.

- Morning.

Hey, there, busy Bee.

Sam, just wondering if you got

that order of mine ready yet.

I got customers coming into my store

every day asking about your dolls.

You can send your son over

tomorrow, Vic. They're ready.

Well, hallelujah. I guess prayers

do get answered, don't they?

- They do.

- All right, well, thank you so much.

- Y'all have a good Sunday.

- You have a good day, too.

In you get.

- Damn it!

- Language.

There's a car coming. Why don't I wave it

down and see if we can get some help?

No, no, no, no. I got it.

I'll get it!



Okay, pick a number.




"You will soon make new friends."

Do mine now.

What's wrong?

I just wish you and me were going to

a new home instead of a new orphanage.

Sweet Sue does, too.

It'd be nice to have a home.

Yeah, but only if you're there.

I don't wanna go anywhere you're not.

So, let's swear. If someone wants

one of us, they get both of us.

Okay. I swear.


Me, too.

You know what I like most about Sweet Sue?


She looks just like you.

So, how much further is it, Father?

Jesus, Mary and Joseph,

you're worse than the children, Sister.

The Mullins agreeing to take us in...

- ...was a gift from God.

- Yeah.

What kind of person isn't excited

about getting a gift?

I should mention, don't be alarmed if you

don't see much of Mrs. Mullins at first.

She... has a condition, you see.

She was in an accident years ago.

You girls would do well

to help her if need be.

It's big.

Janice... you need help?

No, thanks. I can manage.


She's one of the unfortunate ones

with that polio outbreak...

...but she's getting stronger every day.

She won't be a burden. I promise you.

Mr. Mullins, why don't you

show the girls around?

I can unload their belongings.

I'll start inside.

Thank you, Father.

This is big as a castle.

Which obviously makes us the princesses.

If this is our new orphanage, I think

I'm just fine with never being adopted.

- There's a TV.

- The television no longer works.

The radio, however, does.

This goes on forever.

You're right. We're gonna need

a map to find our way around.

Girls, this way.

As you can see, the dining room is more

than adequate to accommodate all of us.

- Look in here.

- Let's stay together.

Mrs. Mullins and I stay in here.

Feel free to use the rest

of the downstairs as you see fit.

Your rooms are upstairs.

Mr. Mullins, is there some way Janice

and I could maybe stay down here?

- Me, too.

- I'll be fine.

I installed it years ago for my wife.

Hasn't been used in ages.

But it works fine.

Try it, Jan.

If you don't, I will.

Up is up. Down is down.

But it won't work...

...unless you click the seat belt in... this.


Thank you.

I got dibs on next!


I guess this is ours.

Let's take that side.

Kate and Tierney can have these.

What about Linda and me?

Relax, Janice. This is a big house.

There are other bedrooms.

Why can't Linda and me

have those beds over there?

Okay. But then where

would Kate and Tierney sleep?

This is neat.


...and it stays that way, too.

Hey, Jan. In here.


Wanna be bunkmates?

- Hey, Sister Charlotte, can we...

- Lord...

...please bless Nancy with the wisdom

to not give people near heart attacks.


- What is your emergency?

- Can we go exploring?

Help Father Massey

with your things first, and...

- But Mr. Mullins is doing that.

- But that doesn't mean you're...

You know how Father Massey is.

We don't wanna get in the way.

- Fine.

- She said "okay"!

But look out for one another!

You coming, Jan?

Maybe in a little while.


...maybe I'll stay, too.

Because you feel sorry for me?


You promised you wouldn't

treat me any differently.


See ya!

Dear Lord, thank you

for bringing us all together.

Bless this food for our use...

...and us to thy service.

Fill our hearts with grateful praise...

...and help us give you glory

each day, through.

Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.


If you'll excuse me.


Keep to your own business.

And if I die before I wake...

...I pray the Lord my soul to take.

Please, God, help Linda and me find

a good home that keeps us together.

- So we can finally be real sisters.

- With good, loving parents.

That hate homework as much as we do.

But even if they don't, that's okay, too.


"Find me"?



Are you guys in here?

Forgive me, Father...

...for I am about to sin.

I heard this is where

Mr. Mullins keeps his wife.

- Does she really wear a mask?

- Yeah, she looked like a doll.

Mrs. Mullins, you down there?

Stop it.

I think he seems nice.

Why don't you go find Janice?

See what she's up to.

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Gary Dauberman

Gary Dauberman is an American screenwriter. He is best known for writing The Conjuring film series spin-offs Annabelle, Annabelle: Creation and the upcoming The Nun, as well as co-writing the script for It. more…

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