Nov 06, 2014 · THE SCRIBBLER follows Suki (Katie Cassidy), a young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using "The Siamese Burn," an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being "cured," she's haunted by a thought - what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her?
- John Suits
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Cast. Katie Cassidy as Suki. Garret Dillahunt as Hogan. Michelle Trachtenberg as Alice/Veronica. Eliza Dushku as Criminal Psychologist Jennifer Silk. Michael Imperioli as Detective Moss. Billy Campbell as Sinclair. Gina Gershon as Cleo. Sasha Grey as Bunny. Kunal Nayyar as Karem. Ashlynn Yennie as ...
Formulaic and clichéd, The Scribbler is an overly contrived supernatural thriller. Based on a graphic novel, a mentally disturbed girl is sent to live at a halfway house, and when people start...
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Sep 19, 2014 · With narrative echoes of “Sucker Punch” and stylistic commonalities with “ Sin City ,” one would expect John Suits ’ “The Scribbler,” adapted by graphic novelist Dan Schaffer, to at least be a bit of escapist fun. A female empowerment, mental illness-defeating, noir-esque comic book movie with B-movie Goddesses like Gina Gershon, Sasha Grey and Eliza Dushku?
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The Scribbler Release Date: When was it released? The Scribbler was released in 2014 on Friday, September 19, 2014 (Limited release). There were 11 other movies released on the same date, including This Is Where I Leave You, A Walk Among the Tombstones and The Maze Runner. United States September 19, 2014 Limited Canada
- Sasha Grey
- John Suits
Sep 24, 2014 · Movies Reviews The Scribbler is overwrought, absurd, occasionally exploitative, completely lacking in subplot, takes a good 20-25 minutes to really get going and has acting that varies from...
- Mark Rabinowitz