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AP - Review: 'A Monster Calls'

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If you're not crying by the third act of "A Monster Calls ," you may want to have your humanity checked.

Anyone who's experienced grief will be moved by Patrick Ness' story of a lonely 12-year-old boy and the massive woody monster who befriends him. Beautifully realized onscreen by director J.A. Bayona, it's a universal tale of how human beings cope with the unbearable pain of the death of a parent.

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