A Haunted House 2

A Haunted House 2

Having exorcised the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events.

After exorcising the demons of his ex, Malcolm is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, however, Malcolm is once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kimberly H (de) wrote: This is one of the wrost movies there is. There is barly any talking, home video style, and predictable actions. Do not waste your time watching this movie at all.

Jona S (nl) wrote: Very hilarious and awesome. I don't know what happened to the TV SERIES!

Sara C (ca) wrote: This film is typical of Loach: working class protagonists fighting the middle class system. In Ladybird Ladybird, based on a true story, maggie (the central protagonist)is deemed an unfit mother by social services. The film follows her struggle with the system as she tries to unite her family. One of Loach's strengths is his choice of actors. Throughout his film career, Loach has never forgotten his documentary roots and deliberately picks non-actors to take centre stage rather then established names. This only adds to the 'realism' that we are seeing before us. Crissy Rock, a professional comedianne before Ladybird, gives a towerhouse performance as Maggie. At times the performances are so raw that, at times, makes it difficult to watch. Loach's use of colour, lighting and camera angles all contribute to a documentary-style feel to the film. Loach is an amazing director, who is not afraid to critque the establishment or tell it like it actually was.

Nina L (ag) wrote: An interesting political movie. Good acting. Jean Rochefort is awesome in the part of the bad cop. A real sadic. Lyon is a beautiful city....

Tiberio S (nl) wrote: Antoine is living an exact parallel life to his 17 year old self with another set of parents looking over him and a girl like a sister who he loves. His character is consistent with the boy we left off with, brash and impatient, anxious to seem important, hurting inside much of the time.The scene at the magic show is captured patiently by Truffaut, contrasting with Antoine's impatience. Christine sees Antoine is upset and doesn't want him to feel this way, so she holds his hand. He's taken off guard, believing she's having feelings for him, and responds with a romanticized apology so he can get on to his investigative business of the Magician. He rubs her hand, then lets go so he can take notes. She's impressed with his business-like attitude. He jumps the gun when he shoots up out of his seat at the end of the show, rushes around and makes it obvious that he's following the Magician - he's clearly inexperienced and anxious to seem important in front of Christine.But in his desperation to grow up, Antoine forces his feelings away from Christine and onto his boss's wife, an older woman.The scene of Antoine in the mirror is cruel.You absolutely can't predict where this movie is going. One second, you're afraid of what happens to Antoine after his admission of guilt, the next a co-worker dies. It's as random as life is. Paranoid too; people are being watched, it's unclear who's watching who.It's interesting to see Christine has now fallen hard for Antoine, going out of her way to get him to come over. As a result, Antoine has become more of a man in this relationship than the boyishness he used to have. I disagree with focusing on Christine's obsessive stalker instead of their reactions to his revelation, but I appreciate his symbolic purpose in that there will always be a temptation of infidelity between Christine and Antoine.

Les E (au) wrote: Wonderful story about the terrible scars war can leave. The characters are brought together then ripped apart in such unusual ways that it can eb hard to believe, however the story is told so well that it is easy to get drawn along.

Jesse J (us) wrote: that movie is awesome

Adam E (mx) wrote: Average on all regards. Shame, waste of an excellent cast and genre. The script is convuluted and disjointed as well.

Yang J (mx) wrote: "They say they build the train tracks over the Apls between Vienna and Venice first, before there was a train that could make the trip. They build it anyway, they knew one day, the train would come.Any arbitrary turning along the way and I would be elsewhere, I would be different. What are four walls anyway? They are what they contain, the house protects the dreamer. Unthinkably good things can happen, even late in the game. It's such a surprise." Sometimes too optimistic but still awesome with rich stories, sun bright color and charming Italian women. The water tap from not even a drip to gurgling, reflecting a gradually fulfilled soul of Frances is my favorite part.

Austin C (nl) wrote: Funny, well-scripted and well-directed by young Robert Zemeckis for a low budget. Kurt Russell and Jack Warden are hilarious! A cult classic in the making for sure!

Igor A (ca) wrote: odlicen film za legendarniot Chet Baker, odigran fenomenalno od Ethan Hawke...film koj vredi da se ima i vo privatna kolekcija...