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1990's "Lisa" is an attempt to build a thriller based on the desires and fears of a 14-year-old girl. It's pulled off with a certain degree of good taste, with co-writer/director Gary Sherman ("Dead & Buried," "Poltergeist III," "Wanted: Dead or Alive") genuinely interested in creating a three-dimensional character out of the titular teen, and not just another screamy, dim-bulb focal point for the slasher routine. "Lisa" isn't a sustained ride of suspense, but the details do count, with Sherman taking time to develop complex emotions to go along with his scares. It's an interesting movie with a creepy vibe, capturing the lure of troublemaking and the stress of broken family life. Read the rest at


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