Reclusive Dr. Zorba has died and left his mansion to his nephew Cyrus and his family. They will need to search the house to find the doctor's fortune, but along with the property they have also inherited the occultist's collection of 13 ghosts.
When Cyrus Zorba (Donald Woods) and his poverty-stricken family inherit an old mansion, they can't believe their good luck. The mansion then proves to be haunted, but a special pair of goggles allows them to see their ghostly tormentors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
13 Ghosts torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Basically a child rip off of almost every 80's college movie (the group of misfits, the jock sorority, the evil dean I mean 'COME ON'!). But it is still great on the scale that it ties in well to the first movie and makes a great prequel.
(au) wrote: More eye candy than a real story. Nice cinematrography and cast.
(ca) wrote: "Would I have been better offknowing nothing?"The last film of Yamada's Samurai trilogy ends up being the least impressive in my opinion but it still is an excellent film telling the tale of a blind samurai. Too bad he won't be directing any more samurai flicks. I hope he changes his mind coz I have really enjoyed watching these.26 December 2008
(it) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
(br) wrote: hahahaha the brit are so funny
(de) wrote: Chris Tucker is a crook who gets arrested and ends up escaping thanks to a jewel thief who saved him. However, everyone is looking for him, including Charlie Sheen, who is trying to get the big story as a reporter. I remember really liking this when it came out, but since then, this movie has lost a bit of its luster. It has its moments, but a lot of things have aged pretty poorly. Still good, just not as great as I remember it being.
(fr) wrote: 2 1/2 out of 5 stars
(jp) wrote: Europa Europa is such an amazing story told. The premise is explored beautifully thanks to fine writing.
(ca) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.
(gb) wrote: La Luna de Bernardo Bertolucci. En attendant que Flixster le rajoute...
(mx) wrote: Even after huge successful hits like "Forrest Gump" and "Saving Private Ryan", this film remains one of Tom Hanks' greatest movies. Moreover, it's definitely one of the funniest films of the late '80s.
(ca) wrote: Rambo III is definitely the second best movie of the original trilogy, with a darker tone, more practical effects and a more coherent storytelling. Still, way too cheesy to take serious.