Lovely Molly

Synopsis: This film is about Molly and her new husband Tim. They've moved in to Molly's deceased parents house out in the country. But not long after they move in Molly starts getting haunted by forgotten memories, or so she thought. Her husband Tim is a truck driver and while he's away she starts seeing things and hearing things that she can't explain. She slips back in to old habits, involving drugs. Her sister Hannah gets worried about Molly, as is her Pastor, and her boss notices something is up too. But there is more to what is happening than most people know. It all comes out in the most horrific way, and not everyone is safe.
Genre: Drama, Horror
Director(s): Eduardo Sánchez
Production: Image Entertainment
  1 win & 5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.3
Metacritic:
50
Rotten Tomatoes:
41%
R
Year:
2011
99 min
$17,977
Website
104 Views


Whatever happened, it wasn't me.

Whatever it's done, I'm...

I'm not in control anymore.

It won't let me do it.

I'm hungry.

- Hi, you're Pastor Bobby, right?|- Yes, ma'am.

- Hi.|- It's a pleasure to see you.

What a beautiful day.|Beautiful day.

I take credit for it.

Give me the ideal|definition of true love.

That, man.

Yup.

I'm happy for Tim.|Yeah. Who are you?

- I'm his great uncle.|- His great uncle?

- Yeah. Yeah.|- Why are you so great?

Hi, Aunt Molly.|I'm glad you're getting married.

Do you like Tim?

He's okay. He's not the best.

I feel like I did at my prom.

So no hemorrhoid cream|this time?

You swore you would take that|to the grave, you bastard.

- You nervous?|- A little bit.

- It'll be all right.|- You look fine, man.

I just don't know what to do.

You repeat after Bobby,|Pastor Bobby.

You know my dad.|He did this, like, four times.

I mean, how hard can it be?

- F*** off. We got to go!|- All righty.

Don't you know that it is bad luck|to film the bride before the wedding?

We got to go to the back.

- What?|- That way.

That's not what we did|in the rehearsal.

- What?|- Are you sure?

That's what I was told.

Sweet baby Jesus, look at that.

Okay, ladies, I was actually wrong.

We're supposed to|go around the front.

Supposed to go around the front.

Are you f***ing|kidding me right now?

Do you understand|how late we are?

And in health will you honor him|and be faithful to him?

I will.

Mr. And Mrs.|Tim and Molly Reynolds.

Ben and to Tammy

down on us right now,

start her new life

Congratulations, guys.

And God love you. Cheers.

Cheers.

opportunity to apologize to you

I may have let you down.

Go! Go! Go...

Three!

F***. F***.

Where is it coming from?

- Which sensor is it?|- I don't know.

Downstairs in the kitchen.

Hello?

Oh, hi. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

It's back door,|downstairs in the kitchen.

Yeah. Don't know.|We don't know.

Yeah, yeah. Just hold on.|Should they call the cops?

I don't f***ing know.|I don't know.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.|Just go ahead and call them.

We'll be here.

Stay close to me.

- Okay. Yeah. No problem.|- Okay.

Okay.

I'm going to go check it out.

It's probably just a bad sensor|or something. It's fine.

- Well...|- No. I'm just going to go downstairs.

I don't think it's anything.

No. Maybe we should just stay|in the room until the cops come.

Okay, you stay.|You stay, I'll go check it out.

No! F*** that. I'm going to|come with you if you're going.

Okay. Stay quiet.

Hello?

Hello?

Who's down there?

Who the f*** is down there?

Do not come up here unless you want|to get your f***ing head blown off!

I've got a shotgun!

It's okay. It's okay.

We'll just stay here|until the cops come.

- Hi.|- You got an alarm go off?

Yeah. About 15 minutes ago|in the back door.

- Can I come inside?|- Yes, please.

We... we think|we heard footsteps.

- Where's the back door?|- Right through here.

- F***.|- Oh, my God.

And you're sure this door was|locked when you went to bed?

Absolutely. I locked it myself.

Because there's no sign|of forced entry here.

I swear to God I locked the door.

Does anyone else|live in this house?

No. - Any reason at all|for anyone you know

to be coming into this house|at this time of night?

No. Nobody.

Okay, I'm going to do|a sweep of the house.

I think it's probably best|if you two wait in one room.

- Where were you when I got here?|- Upstairs, in the bedroom.

Okay. Go on up, lock the door.|I'll come get you when I'm done.

I'm done.

Yeah, we get calls like this|all the time.

A door or window|isn't locked completely,

slowly opens, alarm goes off.

I mean, I guess|that's what happened.

I'm sorry I made you|come all the way out here.

No problem. How long|have you guys been out here?

About three months or so.

It was her parents' place.

Yeah, I was out here|when your father died.

Yeah, we just had the alarm|put in about a month ago.

I'm a truck driver,|so I'm gone a lot.

That's smart.

You two try to get some sleep.|Goodnight.

Thanks, officer.

Thanks for coming out.

I know I locked that f***ing door.

Molly, I'm sorry. Okay?|I'm sorry.

What do you want me to do?

It's my birthday tomorrow, Tim.

I just wanted|to spend it with you.

Look, I'll make it up to you|when I get back. Okay?

We'll do...|we'll do a whole thing.

I'll take you out to dinner.

We can have|Hannah and Pete over.

You know?

Hey.

I'm leaving.

Happy birthday.

Hey, Timmy...|Listen, I'm sorry about this morning.

I...

I know you're working hard for us,|and I appreciate it.

I really do. You know,|it's just that sometimes,

I'm all alone in that house. And...

Listen, I love you, baby.

- And...|- Hey, Molly.

Hensley wants to see you|in the break room now.

Okay. Sh*t, I got to go.|Hensley's on my ass.

I love you.|And I love the earrings.

Please drive safe. Okay.

Happy birthday!

You thought I forgot, didn't you?

Yeah.

Come on, it's my birthday.

It's been a while.

- Well, I hope it has.|- Yeah.

No, wait! Molly, don't.|Give it back.

You shouldn't do it.|Give that back.

I knew I shouldn't have|done this. I shouldn't...

This is terrible.

F***, I'm a mother.

I'm not. So hand it back.

You sure, Molls?

Sh*t. I'm so bad for you.

- No.|- Yeah.

No. Actually you're great for me.

You've always been there.

Oh, babe, I can't believe|you moved back into this house.

We should've sold it|when dad died.

Too bad it ain't worth sh*t.

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