This movie is one the whole family can and should watch together.\nIt shows how each of us touch the lives of others and can be a lesson to all.\nA good example of the old Biblical lesson of \"as ye sow, so shall ye reap!\"
I Want to Believe is too little, too late: a timid stab at reviving 1990s terror tropes in an age when the fuzzy fear of sci-fi has been replaced by darker and more real stories narrated by al-Qa'eda and CIA Black Ops teams.
I was at first, kind of disappointed, with this movie and how it doesn't involve aliens.\nThough it does have some supernatural theme to it. It's still a good movie! Not all their episodes included UFOs and aliens, so you have to expect the second movie to fall away from it too.\nI love the relationship of Mulder and Scully. :) It will make all the X-File fans happy to see what happens.\nI still enjoy this movie. I'll always be a die-hard X-Files fan.
From a bevy of cheesy jolt scares (alarm clock! barking dog!) to the embarrassing sight of Zellweger and Ian McShane treating this Orphan-style B-movie silliness with grave seriousness, the film proves to be one hokey-horror riot.
Case 39 isn't full of suspense or terror, but for those who cannot stand too much excitement, this movie is for you. There are times I don't want to watch something too scary, so this movie was just right. I think the acting was great. Renee always does a great job.