Nana (Deanna Dunagan), aka Grandma, in a scene from M. Night Shyamalan's "The Visit."
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A family get-together starts out strange and quickly enters nightmare territory in "The Visit," a horror-thriller that turns soiled adult diapers into a motif.Early in the film, there's a wonderful moment when a mom's exuberant clowning shifts to tears.Playing off the winking self-consciousness of the film-within-a-film, there's a jokey aspect to the feints and shock cuts.The movie's emotional core is Hahn's mostly absent character. Although she's called upon to deliver the heavy-handed moral of the story, she manages to make every moment she's onscreen ring true.In one of the few gags that connects in this missed opportunity of a film, Tyler utters the names of female singers rather than cursing when he's upset or disappointed.
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