Eli is a pretty decent movie for those who are interested in viewing a long practiced art form from a different perspective. Without providing spoilers, it has the ingredients viewers would require for a watchable movie experience. The main character considers his life to be horrible, due to being unable to enjoy life like everyone else. He finds himself living his existence like bacteria in a Petri dish. For those who remember, he is much like bubble boy, without the comedic adventure. However, after arriving at a "Clean House", where a certain doctor is supposed to be able to cure him of his physiological affliction, Eli soon finds himself experiencing a more supernatural level of drama. The story continues with Eli discovering more than he was expecting of the Doctor by his interaction with a visitor outside the house. In addition, the therapy he receives appears to be doing little to alleviate his condition. And finally, young Eli learns that his parents were also hiding some things from him. The movie was not fast paced, but it wasn't too slow either. I actually enjoyed the twist because it was something I hadn't expected from the information we were provided to believe. Although it wasn't the greatest of this genre of movie, I did find it enjoyable.
A boy receiving treatment for his auto-immune disorder discovers that the house he's living in isn't as safe as he thought.
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