Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past

Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past

When notorious womanizer Connor Mead attends his brother Paul's wedding, he is forced to re-evaluate his behavior as he comes face-to-face with the ghosts of girlfriends past, present, and future, along with his deceased uncle. The experience changes his attitude and allows him to reconnect with his first and only love, Jenny.

Connor Mead, the main character of this drama, is a famous photographer and confirmed womanizer. In his brother'wedding, he becomes reacquainted with Jenny Perotti - the only girl who's ever captured his heart. And here, he also is haunted by the ghosts of his past girlfriends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John B (kr) wrote: Similar to Penn and Teller, Ricky Jay has established his own style as a magician based on the influences of his childhood. This is partially a film about Jay but also a great tribute to the lesser known old masters who were well known in New York City but did not achieve wider fame.

Lee Anne W (ag) wrote: Mostly surface documentary about the Williams sisters. Some mildly interesting behind the scenes stuff, and I love Oracene more than ever, but overall, not as in-depth or as interesting as it ought to be.

Melody 6 (fr) wrote: The film is very original and touching. the description says that its documentary but for the beginning you may doubt is it really or not. The director's compassion and curiosity marks her as both a heartfelt and unforgiving filmmaker.

Dave Z (mx) wrote: I thought this was terrible from an entertainment standpoint.

Amy T (au) wrote: five stars for the dialogue, had me laughing out loud. having said that, no one else was laughing. ha!

Timothy S (ca) wrote: "What Lies Beneath" is a big budget, big name version of a Hallmark movie; beautiful people, beautiful scenery, cheap and easy scares and a completely convoluted plot. The problem is that the whole thing is full of so many red herrings that you're left feeling very unsatisfied, and there isn't nearly enough story here to sustain its bloated running time.It starts out as a ghost story but turns much more conventional than that at the half, and then you realize that none of the ghost story elements (such as the computer typing the initials of the dead girl by itself) make any sense within the new "killer in the house" context. By the times it veers back into the supernatural in the end, I had given up on the mess.Robert Zemeckis is a skilled filmmaker, but his first thriller closely emulates Hitchcock and that makes it seem like an even bigger failure. The ending is especially Hitch-like in its use of similar music, but it's hard to feel involved because these characters are so uninteresting. Harrison Ford isn't convincing in the least in the psycho role, and Michelle Pfieffer is too weak and neurotic to muster much empathy for her character.A lot of plot devices are thrown in but they never lead anywhere, such as the bickering neighbors or Pfieffer's near-fatal car accident. Just more confusion to throw the viewer off that are never resolved."What Lies Beneath" is a beautifully and skillfully constructed thriller that is nevertheless empty, bloated and somewhat dumb. The basic story could have easily been pared down to about an hour if all the unnecessary distractions had been eliminated.

Asia B (gb) wrote: 1 star, when considering plot, 3 strs when considering adrien brody alone, but finally 2 cause of it's setting, NYC in summer...yuck.

Kevin K (nl) wrote: This movie has such a wonderful Rodriguez charm to it. I don't think i have ever seen a movie as well paced as this one. If you miss the bad-ass persona portrayed in movies by actors like James Dean and Paul Newman you definitely want to check this out.

Matthew M (gb) wrote: A film so unbelievably bad that I was actually delighted when the DVD did nothing but jump for the last 10 minutes. That was unquestionably my favourite part because it stopped my attempts to figure out what the hell was going on with the plot. I didn't have to bother from that point on, so for that I am extremely grateful. Terrible.

Gregory W (nl) wrote: great performance by Lemmon

Xavi P (fr) wrote: En la primera secuencia de Major Dundee asistimos a una matanza apache que remite sin disimulo a la fordiana de The Searchers, solo que lo que en Ford era sugerencia aqui es evidencia. Peckinpah

M S (ag) wrote: Best Civil War/American Indian period flick I've seen. Sam Fuller is one honest dude, no matter what. Rod Steiger was good as was Brian Keith (believe it or not). Clever dialogue.

Russ B (gb) wrote: 2/11/2017: A decent movie. It's never too late for an adventure. Squirrel!