Something about Red Lights caught my fancy.  Two professionals taking their time to debunk so-called psychics who earn their living off of the misery of others.  Sigourney Weaver gives great performance as Psychologist Margret Matheson, a woman whose faith was lost due to a tragic incident with her son, while Cillian Murphy shines as her assistant Tom Buckley a lonely man who keeps his motives to expose the fakes to himself.

As someone who is agnostic I rather enjoyed the points of view of Dr. Matheson and really enjoyed her fiery character. Weaver has always had insight for picking out strong, sexy roles usually of women you don’t want to cross.  In Red Lights she played much the same character on a smaller scale.  Matheson wasn’t looking for more in life, not searching for the meaning behind it and accepted the ‘ants on a sand-hill’ explanation for…

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