Academy Award® winner Renee Zellweger stars in this terrifying, supernatural thriller about a social worker who has been assigned the unusual and disturbing case of Lillith Sullivan…a girl with a strange and mysterious past.
Academy Award® winner Renee Zellweger stars in this terrifying, supernatural thriller about a social worker who has been assigned the unusual and disturbing case of Lillith Sullivan…a girl with a strange and mysterious past. When Emily (Renee Zellweger) opens her home in an attempt to help Lillith, it turns into a deadly nightmare she may not survive. Co–starring Bradley Cooper (The Hangover), Case 39 is a heart-stopping chiller with startling surprises that lead to a shocking and sinister ending.
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75 critic reviews
67,714 user reviews
10/7/2010 by Ethan Gilsdorf
It's a bummer when the audience is smarter than the protagonist.
10/6/2010 by Nick Schager
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.
New York Times
10/5/2010 by Jeannette Catsoulis
By the time the killings start, it's clear that Ray Wright's screenplay is more interested in following formula than in breaking new ground.
10/4/2010 by Frank Scheck
The devil made them do it, but that doesn't mean you have to see it.
Los Angeles Times
10/2/2010 by Robert Abele
[Plays] like one more piece of multiplex in-box clutter, ready for the circular file in our moviegoing consciousness.
10/2/2010 by Chris Nashawaty
An aggressively inept demon-seed chiller starring a bunch of grown-ups who should've known better.
9/30/2010 by Jordan Mintzer
This ludicrous outing from helmer Christian Alvart and scribe Ray Wright takes its psycho-satanic babble much too seriously, and should elicit more laughs than frights.
3/5/2010 by Nigel Floyd
This is horror hokum of the cheesiest kind. Rent 'Orphan' instead.
MovieTime, ABC Radio National
11/5/2009 by Ruth Hessey
This is a nasty and morally repulsive film.
Reel Talk Online
9/9/2017 by Candice Frederick
Almost identical to 2009's Orphan, Case 39 does little keep your attention as its riddled with cliches--menacing music, domino casualties, and predictable horror plotline.
Matt's Movie Reviews
3/5/2014 by Matthew Pejkovic
A soulless amalgamation of several horror classics, and marks another dud in the career of Renee Zellweger.
We Got This Covered
11/9/2013 by Matt Joseph
Despite its initial premise showing promise, Case 39 turns out to be boring, predictable and nothing new.
1/29/2013 by Roger Moore
The end of Zellweger as we've known her.
9/23/2012 by Jeff Beck
While it's able to pull you in at some points with its eerie mood, it needed a lot more originality and better scares than the cheap kind of just having things pop up out of nowhere.
4/4/2011 by Dave White
[A] dumb thriller.
Reel Film Reviews
1/30/2011 by David Nusair
...a decent little horror flick...
1/26/2011 by Staci Layne Wilson
Directed by Christian Alvart (Pandorum) with a less than giddy hand, Case 39 is truly terrible. But at least it scores a few 'so bad it's good' points.
1/16/2011 by R.L. Shaffer
Not only is Case 39 deplorable and morally off-center, the film is dull to boot.
1/9/2011 by Scott Weinberg
What starts out as slight and fairly obvious turns into a frequently colorful horror tale.
12/24/2010 by John J. Puccio
Neither the the direction acting nor is the problem here. It's the script that does the picture in. (Blu-ray Edition)
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