Amityville: Dollhouse

Amityville: Dollhouse

A dollhouse that is a replica of the infamous Amityville haunted house is given to a little girl. Soon after, all sorts of horrible unexplained accidents start to happen. The family must work together to fight off the terrifying evil that has inhabited their lives.

A children's doll house, which is a miniature of the infamous haunted Long Island house, is given to a young girl where the demonic evil soon comes out to cause more terror. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ming Siu G (ag) wrote: Insightful and well-observed. Underneath the fun and games is real bitterness and a stinging indictment of inequality (as represented by the caste system, but really, could be applied anywhere). Props to the ballsy ending.

Ripplefactor J (ru) wrote: Considering the fact that the movie was over 180mins and yet didn't make audience realize it, proves how well it was made and how involving the scenes were. Although the theme was very predictable from the start (and promos), the chemistry of the real life lovers had kept everyone glued to the screen. Some of the sequences based in the Indian/Pakistani neighborhood in US had a very strong resemblance with Arlington Road (1999) which, but, has a very different story line and ending. Although Saif had proved his alternate acting skills in 'Ek Hasina Thi', he comes through once again as a fine actor compatible with any kind of role, from a chocolate hero chef to a ruthless terrorist. Kareena on the other hand gave her average performance in comparison with her outstanding performance in Omkara. The movie conducts an interesting debate on Muslims and Terrorism trying to portray the fury behind the minds of people who walk on that path. Vivek Oberoi's character was well placed to balance that equation, which otherwise would have given a very unpleasant feel of the religion. He pulled off the character of Riyaaz very well with some authentic American accent at times. Diya Mirza leaves a much noted impression as Rihana, a reporter who gets killed in a terrorist attack. All in all Kurbaan stands apart? apart from the very innovative movies like 'New York' by Kabir and 'Fanaa' by Kunal. Kurbaan gives you what you expect and at times much more.

Scott A (us) wrote: First one was actually entertaining. I love when Robin gets high and becomes a horndog!

Asia S (au) wrote: good but very very very sad. People were leaving the cinema in silence...

(gb) wrote: This wasn't bad but it could've been more creative, but this movie didn't fail or do terrible, also our family has a golden retriever just saying.

Luis C (mx) wrote: Una historia fcil, pero que llama la atencin por la manera de tocar unas teclas que a todos nos provocan. Todos hemos tenido relaciones y el poder de autodestruccin de los celos nos ha llamado a la puerta ms de una vez. Nubes de verano mete el dedo en la yaga para cuestionar palabras tan debatibles como: compromiso, fidelidad, confianza... El poder de la seduccin entra en escena de la forma ms cruel para demostrar que en la pareja todo puede pasar... Los actores ayudan a que este interesante guin gane credibilidad; un cuarteto para recordar en dnde maravilla Natalia Milln en cada gesto. No se trata de una gran pelcula, pero crear debate y se deja ver muy bien. Para que las fibras vibren.

Jason Y (ru) wrote: [b]DVD [/b]First Viewing I highly recommend seeing this especially for the short films directed by Samira Makhmalbaf, Idrissa Ouedraoga, Ken Loach, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Amos Gitai, and Mira Nair. The idea for 11 short films running 11 minutes each was almost interesting; I think it was more of a gimmick.

Gabriel C (mx) wrote: Monsters Inc. has funny slapstick, charming characters and a heart rarely seen in modern kids cartoons.

Amy H (kr) wrote: I thought this would be some teenager scream movie with dumb characters, but it's not that bad. The acting can be a little bit better, but I've seen worse. Overall a simple and captivating movie.

Gabriel C (it) wrote: One of my guilty pleasure films.

Henry P (nl) wrote: 12/31/16Christopher Nolan takes us out the streets of Gotham and inside the not-so-cute, not-at-all friendly world of Inception. We meet a man named Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) who's hell bent on reuniting with his children, and will do anything to get there and clear his name, including go on a globe-trotting quest with his friend Arthur to commit one last big job of corporate espionage for Japanese businessman Saito (Ken Watanabe). With the help of a professor (Michael Caine), he recruits genius student Ariadne (Ellen Page) to construct dream worlds. While very long, the pacing stabilizes when they prepare their big job. It can be hard to follow, but instead of docking half-a-star for incoherence, here's what I say: pay attention! However, no matter how much attention you pay, the characters will remain undeveloped, Christopher Nolan's one true flaw, though Cobb's desire may be relatable, relatability is interpretable and can vary between people. The last big job is presented spectacularly with practical effects and an overall realistic feel to it (putting the dream entering aspect aside), Hans Zimmer instituted the use of giant horns in soundtracks thanks to this movie, and it all does its job, echoing the intensity of their scenarios and setting the tone in general, except for a few scenes where it is just dialogue and nothing more. Inception is utterly humorless, and that's alright, because this doesn't need to be funny. There are a few quips, but nothing to create uproarious laughter. Blockbusters don't have to be Guardians of the Galaxy level funny, but if you take that formula, remove the bright colors, the heaviest CGI, and the great character moments, you've got something completely different. Wait, what's going on? Oh yeah, there's some language, but only in extreme situations for good reason. I wouldn't worry too much. If you do, just convince the kids it was a dream... 2/1/14After directing billion-dollar hit The Dark Knight, Cristopher Nolan gets to create his very own characters in his very own world, in his very own work: Inception. Who says Hollywood's out of original ideas? This is the most original idea I've seen, even if it gets difficult to follow. Nolan was able to create well-developed characters based on a comic book series, and recreates most of that power with his own. Cobb (Leo DiCaprio) is trying to get back to his kids after he feels he killed his wife. If we were put in those shoes, you really don't blame him for what he does. Once again, practical effects dominate the picture, with almost no noticeable CGI, adding to that authenticity feeling. There really isn't anything disturbing this time visually. before this, Nolan had a Joker that was so sadistic, I'm surprised I haven't had at least one nightmare associated with him. Hans Zimmer teams up with Nolan again to provide another memorable score, and bring emotion to emotional scenes. The dialogue is very well done, and has no unnecessary profanity, but some necessary profanity. The plot may be stretched out a bit, but at least it covers some important stuff, like how they have more time in the dream world than they would in the real world. It overall goes to show: Hollywood can still generate an original idea.

Everardo C (au) wrote: Confusa. pero lo suficiente interesante como para no decepcionar a los espectadores