Ghost Chase

Ghost Chase

In an old Hollywood mansion, the spirit of an old family retainer inhabits an old grandfather clock. When a movie company uses the mansion for a film, the spirit inhabits the body of an alien and persuades the two filmmakers to track down an old house that will resolve a family scandal.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:112 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:English,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   hollywood,   butler,  

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Chuan L (mx) wrote: We're soldiers.It's our Destiny, to face insurmountable odds and overcome them.It's our Mission in life.The enemy is before me, around me, and yet no fear will I have: my Mission is met.The night will bring much Death.So many horrors born on a river of blood, called duty by men who scorn compassion.The life I have wasn't mine to choose, but Death will always be the shoes I walk in. I will stride the path in Death's shoes. Until the Mission is complete.Death is my Mission.My Mission is met.

Sam S (gb) wrote: quite funny and entertaining...until it gets all cutesy and family friendly midway through. nick nolte and martin short are a very good comic team surprisingly.

Frederick v (it) wrote: Aps um jantar de gala na casa de um granfino, os convidados no conseguem ir embora devido a uma barreira psicolgica inexplicvel. Aos poucos, os convidados vo perdendo a sanidade e decncia criando uma situao de conflito insuportvel, sem sada. O desfecho (C) surpreendente e simblico.

Rebecca R (br) wrote: It was an okay movie but the entire time I was watching it all I could think was Horrible Americanized version of 28 days later.For more Reviews follow @RJsReviews

Victor T (mx) wrote: After two films director Chris Columbus decided to walk away from directing Harry Potter films, so in the search of a replacement Warner chose my fellow countryman Alfonso Cuarn to make the third chapter of the saga, the film that is remembered as the best of the 8 films and the lowest grossing of the all: "Prisoner of Azkaban".In his third year in Hogwarts, Potter and his friends face a new menace, but this time it comes from outside the walls of Hogwarts: A highly dangerous criminal has escaped Azkaban, the most secure prison of the magical world, and is on the hunt of Potter. Changing the person that sits in the director's chair is a more than wise decision for a franchise as it injects new blood as each chapter goes on and Cuarn manages to take this child friendly franchise and give it a mature style. "Prisoner of Azkaban" suffers from an improvement in the acting department (the trio fells more confident in their respective roles), the cinematography is gorgeous (even if it's palette is mostly grays or grayish blues) and the best of the franchise, the script is more condense and less faithful to the source material (which is something this franchise desperately needed), Williams' score is the best of the franchise (it may not be as iconic as the one he made for "Philosopher's Stone" but is more powerful and overall more involving), the story is the more subtle of the 8 films as it is 100% focused on character development unlike its predecessor, Cuarn's directing manages to create a perfect balance of whimsical and spooky tone and his attention to detail gives more personality to the world plus his camera work is as remarkable, to say the least, as always; the new characters are welcome additions (Gary Oldman is just freaking perfect in his role and is the most fun presence of the film), the special effects are seamless, and the pacing issues of Columbus films are mostly gone. But needless to say, this film has problems. The ending is a little frustrating as it just introduces a huge problem solver (downright Deus Ex Machina) that eliminates any tension (which is why it is never used again) and this is the chapter that starts with the plot holes (from now on every Potter film will break/bend the rules stablished for this world or start to include convenient artifacts just to be forgotten on the next film). "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" is hands down the best Harry Potter film as it is the one film of the franchise that focuses on character development rather than world building or mindless action intertwined by a generic plot. It is as captivating and charming as the first film but it's more mature and it has a far superior crew behind cameras that managed to inject new blood to the saga (this film is so well made that it manages to hold its own regardless of its two predecessors).

Ricky P (kr) wrote: With fun characters, beautiful animation and a heartbreaking moment. Monsters Inc is yet another Pixar Classic for the whole family and one of their most creative stories

Yoonki C (gb) wrote: Taken is undeniably a straight up action-packed popcorn flick. However, it does have a rather very unique, fast-paced and slick action. This film elevates Liam Neeson as an action star with "A particular set of skills". Nothing more to say, an exciting largely brainless well filmed action film that will definitely entertain you for 90 minutes.