A Ghost Story
Recently deceased, a white-sheeted ghost returns to his suburban home to console his bereft wife, only to find that in his spectral state he has become unstuck in time, forced to watch passively as the life he knew and the woman he loves slowly slip away.
In this singular exploration of legacy, love, loss, and the enormity of existence, a recently deceased, white-sheeted ghost returns to his suburban home to try to reconnect with his bereft wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: Craig Moss may be the single most untalented writer and director that ever lived, as evidenced by 30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY WITH THE DEVIL INSIDE THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO, the latest in low-brow Horror spoofs that is a disgrace to the art of filmmaking. Moss takes on everything from the "found-footage" genre to Storage Wars and other lame pop culture references, posing only the most basic and expected humor to an increasingly irritated audience. When the idiotic attempts at parody fail, Moss falls back on what he knows best: crude sex and fart jokes. Moss selfishly allows the awful cast to make complete fools of themselves on screen, ensuring their availability for his next project (should anyone allow him to work again). 30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY WITH THE DEVIL INSIDE THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO should serve as an embarrassment to all parties involved in its creation, but especially to French Stewart, Peter Gilroy, and Tyler Phillips, who are most likely to face public ridicule for their performances. Without needing to see another film, 30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY WITH THE DEVIL INSIDE THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO should be voted "Worst in 2013."
(ca) wrote: People always say that it's the details that determine how great something is, and the details in Family Weekend are great; but how would that work if the rest is just complete and utter --?
(mx) wrote: amazing movie , beats the original in almost every aspect
(ca) wrote: Til Schweiger and his daughter are a dream team together.
(mx) wrote: Tom Hanks wins you over with his ever-present charm in this back to college flick.
(fr) wrote: What happened to Roman Polanski was a bit of a cloudy thing to me until I watched this engrossing documentary on HBO a few months ago that is now being relased in movie theatres. I knew about the rape charge and the fact that he can't come to the US without getting arrested and all of that, but this film really helps you understand the details, from a celebrity-obsessed judge to the perspective of the woman who was then barely a teen. I can't decide if the film wants you to have more sympathy for Polanski than perhaps you should. It certainly goes to great lengths to remind you that he is a genius filmmaker, and perhaps that is manipulative. But then again, go watch "The Pianist" again and then tell me you don't have at least a little affection for this guy. And think about what other Hollywood insiders do behind closed doors. Who knows if Polanski was just one who got caught. Worth your time if you love movies, because it puts into perspective one of its biggest scandals.
(gb) wrote: one of my fav movies!
(mx) wrote: Combining thrills with Forest Whitaker's amazing performance, David Fincher finds another well-written script to exercise, and ultimately succeed with, his incomparable great directorial talent.
(fr) wrote: Sad, but a good movie.
(gb) wrote: 90's Cult Classic with the perfect balance of Scares and Comedy. Michael J. Fox is really great here
(gb) wrote: Jonathan Pryce dominates the film with his fussy and idiosyncratic performance as the outspoken homosexual and iconoclastic chronicler of 20th century excesses.
(fr) wrote: Outrageous dark comedy from writer-director Bruce Robinson, built around a brilliant comic performance by Richard E. Grant. Weird and witty, a cult comedy classic on the level of Robinson's 'Withnail and I'.
(it) wrote: One of those so bad it's good horror movies of the 80s
(de) wrote: Exceptionally poetic
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