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Rated R · 115 minutes · 2010

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This vampire film, a remake of the Swedish cult favorite Let the Right One In, is not, like so many updates, out for a quick buck on opening weekend. Nothing overt in the story has changed from one movie to the next, and many scenes, almost by default, look cribbed from the first film, but Cloverfield director Matt Reeves has crafted something that is unique in spite of all that. He elicits terrific performances from his young leads, Chloë Moretz and Kodi Smit-McPhee; he effortlessly shifts the setting from Sweden to New Mexico; and he finds ways to reposition a highly stylized European film into something recognizably American. Fans of the original may not object too much, and newcomers will find a film that explores a familiar topic—friendship and love—in a highly unusual way.


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Official Site: www.letmein-movie.com
Director: Matt Reeves
Producer: Donna Gigliotti, Alex Brunner, Simon Oakes, Tobin Armbrust, Guy East, John Nordling, Carl Molinder, Nigel Sinclair, John Ptak, Philip Elway and Fredrik Malmberg
Cast: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloe Grace Moretz, Richard Jenkins, Cara Buono, Elias Koteas, Sasha Barrese, Dylan Kenin, Chris Browning, Ritchie Coster, Dylan Minnette, Jimmy ``Jax'' Pinchak and Nicolai Dorian

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East Bay Express The Social Network and the "F" Word The billionaire geek who invented Facebook (The Social Network) meets the juvie outcasts of the living dead (Let Me In). by Kelly Vance 09/29/2010
Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: Let Me In Vampire remake depicts a touching but doomed friendship by Curt Holman 10/01/2010
The Coast Halifax Let Me In, America The remake of the cultishly popular Swedish vampire movie passes by the skin of its red, white and blue teeth. by Matt Semansky 09/30/2010
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Colorado Springs Independent Bloody rare is a rare movie indeed that comes across as instant horror classic, preteen wish-fulfillment fantasy and Euro-arty critical darling, all at once. by Jonathan Kiefer 03/05/2009
The Coast Halifax Let the Right One In This Swedish film infuses the old vampire love story with great tenderness and depth. by Alison Lang 02/26/2009
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week The Social Network, Let Me In, Case 39 and more. 09/30/2010
Colorado Springs Independent Immortal beloved: Let Me In Matt Reeves didn't just re-do the much-lauded 2008 vampire drama Let the Right One In when he made Let Me In. He did it better. by Scott Renshaw 09/30/2010
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, Oct. 1 A protective vampire; an Australian crime family; something from Fight Club's Fincher; a dive becomes the place to be; teens and their virginity; Oliver Stone's long-awaited Wall Street sequel; and the high-school bully finally gets what's due to her. It's all at the movies. 10/01/2010

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