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La Llorona, a woman who according to Mexican legend murdered her own children and now wanders the earth looking for them, snatching other unsuspecting tots and drowning them, gets her first close-up in a major Hollywood film, Warner Bros.' "The Curse of La Llorona".It seems like decent enough fodder for a jumpy 93 minutes at the movies.The movie, from director Michael Chaves and producer James Wan who made "The Conjuring" so good and stylish that it inspired a whole "universe" of films, including this one just isn't that great.The film feels both long and rushed, which is something of an accomplishment as Chaves speeds through one scene and onto the next.
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