The year is 1920 and the house isolated in the wilderness has a secret. It is waiting for the curse to come true. For years, everyone who has bought the house and tried to pull it down has died of mysterious circumstances. It is like the house has a will and a life of its own.
- Stars:Rajneesh Duggal, Adah Sharma, Anjori Alagh, Rajendranath Zutshi, Vipin Sharma, Amin Hajee, Ashok Beniwal, Bob Brahmbhatt, Ashish Pradhan, Rakhi Sawant, Indraneil Sengupta, Asha Sharma, Shri Vallabh Vyas,
- Director:Vikram Bhatt,
- Writer:Vikram Bhatt (screenplay), Vikram Bhatt (story), Girish Dhamija (dialogue), Dheeraj Rattan (screenplay), Sameer (lyrics)
After forsaking his family and religion, a husband finds his wife is demoniacally possessed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: All Hallows' Eve is a fair 80's throwback horror anthology. However, the execution was weak. Out of the three stories the last one was probably the best, but does not saying much. Despite of that the film was dull and not creative.
(br) wrote: Renner is solid as a fill in hero of the franchise. Not really so much about Bourne but about the government cover up of the programs they are in.
(kr) wrote: Water lilies should've been named indeed as the original title, "birth of octopuses". Water lilies was just too plain. Good movie, appreciated very much. a lot of people should feel identified. when you grow up you experience things, this film has nothing to do with sexuality identification, or homosexuality. Experimentation defines it at most weather same sex or not this movie has nothing to do with what it portrays therefore this movie is the abstraction of self experimentation.
(fr) wrote: Enjoyed this for the second time. Not a huge story, and not a cute rom com as you might expect with Jennifer Anniston. Jennifer plays Olivia, a down on her luck teacher working as a maid. Her three friends are better off financially, but having their own struggles. The funniest part was the lady screaming that a customer pushed in front of her in line. The movie is funny, but it's a black humour. More something for a 30 plus to watch. I don't know that a younger audience would really get it. Not one for someone who likes all happy endings and sunshine in a movie either.
(it) wrote: A really nice and fun movie I really love this one.
(jp) wrote: Hell of an action packed ass kicking movie
(jp) wrote: I came across this gem in early 2001 on DVD when a buddy of mine said, "Jay, how is it possible you haven't seen this movie?!" Director Michael Davis was somewhat a hero of mine ever since he cast Keri Russell in Eight Days a Week, a movie about a geek who tries to woo a beautiful girl by sitting under her window all summer long. Classic movie and the dialogue is very Dawson-esque. In my opinion, it's truly fantastic, but we're talking 100 Girls right now.Now Michael Davis brings you 100 Girls and I use the term 'now' loosely because it was made back in the year 2000. So here's a movie starring Jonathan Tucker (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Hostage) as Matthew, a boy who shares an incredible night with the lady of his dreams. The problem is the night was spent in a dark elevator during a blackout. He never even sees her face. The next morning she took off so his quest starts with the women's dorm. So there's your story. Kinda lame by movie standards but for some reason here, it all works. Utilizing gross out measures like any good post American Pie teen love story, Davis conveys exactly what it's like to be a college freshman who just wants to get a date with the girl he thinks he loves.With tons of young stars on the brink of blowing up like Katherine Heigl, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jaime Pressley, James DeBello and Marissa Rabisi - there's a lot of interesting characters and arch brought to life with real heart.It's relevancy really comes from the male dominated genre of seeing women through a dude's eyes. But when the story comes around, it boomerang's into some interesting archetypes of how Matthew really is a true feminist, seeing all of the women in the dorm as his equal instead of a quest. I may be reaching here, but I like when cinema takes stances and this film, as small and unseen as it is, does just that.Looks like your best bet for this one might just be on iTunes this time around. Enjoy!
(kr) wrote: Doesn't really end, just kinda' stops, but maybe that's the way it had to be, and the trip along the way is great. It's an interesting character study with some very real performances, and a weird darkly comical charm.
(ag) wrote: Mais je ne savais pas que tu avais ce bon got l ! Faudra que je te raconte quelques unes de mes soires avec Gaspar Noe dans ces annes l !
(jp) wrote: good movie, and good message
(fr) wrote: Odd film, wordy, quirky, funny, and wise in the strange ways that Stillman films are wise. He takes things normally mocked in films and displays both the good and the bad.
(mx) wrote: A woman in her later twenties is in a lengthy quarter life crisis. She avoids looking for a career and leans on her parents, friends and boyfriends until they pressure her to find a path in life. It takes most of the movie to understand this character played wonderfully by Keira Knightly. The character is easy to like because sweet and fun loving, but she has the major flaws that are so apparent to her family friends. When she no longer relates to the people around her, she flees everything. While running away she befriends a typical slightly rebellious high school girl played by Chole Grace Moretz. She sees herself and her friends when she was happy as a teenager when she is around the high school girl. It is an unorthodox friendship, but it is sweet. Both the woman and teenager grow and gain perspective from their friendship, but the girl's divorced father takes an interest in his daughter's older friend. The plot is constantly unfolding in unexpected ways with the irrational decisions Knightly's character makes. Splashes of humor, touching realizations, and moments of rewarding character growth keep the loose story moving well. Even if the main character is reckless, a bit selfish and lost Knightly plays the part in a way that we come to understand her and sympathize with her. The talented cast is particularly good. I enjoy seeing this fun lighter side of Keira Knightly, but she still plays a part with complexity and a serious side. She handles it so well. Chloe Grace Moretz, Sam Rockwell, Mark Webber, Jeff Garland and Ellie Kemper are superb as well. This is a strong pick slipping in under the radar. It is touching without being insultingly dumb or plagued by clichs. It is messy, complicated, and meandering, but overall beautiful, much like life can be for a confused dreamer floating through their twenties.
(it) wrote: A sweet movie with a finale very artistic_but is not satisfying watch a very sick woman
(br) wrote: Si Nicolas Cage se montre enfin un peu intressant l'cran, chose qui ne lui tait pas arriv depuis longtemps, Pay the Ghost s'avre tout de mme un film sans grand intrts pour les amateurs d'horreur