Glimpse

Glimpse

Morten is a young medical student who's Japanese girlfriend dies under mysterious circumstances. When strange things begin to happen around him, he tries to find out who she really was. He discovers that her family is haunted by a curse, a curse that now haunts him and only can be broken in one special way. But the more he learns about his former Japanese girlfriends family, the more he learns about his own family ... And one tragedy rarely comes alone ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:Danish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   curse,   japanese,  

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Sarah D (ru) wrote: I love to see a princess protection program

Shane S (ru) wrote: Easily the film of the year.

Dave J (it) wrote: Thursday, August 1, 2013 (2005) In Her Shoes COMEDY DRAMA Rose Feller (Toni Colletti) is the unattractive one while her sister Maggie Feller(Cameron Diaz) is the good looking one. A very good 'ugly duckling' type of storyline based on a novel written by Jennifer Weiner. I really liked the genuine scenes than the comedic parts. 3 out of 4 stars

Eric E (au) wrote: This movie brings a lot to the cinematic table. It's a shame it is not more well known. Very nicely done.

Mark D (nl) wrote: I was expecting this to be a fun flick, but it was slow paced and boring.zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Greg W (ca) wrote: another 1 i'm re writing:( lavish and posh

Allan C (nl) wrote: It's never a good sign when Brett Ratner pulls out as a film's director. "Get Shorty" was kind of an R-rated, family friendly version of "Pulp Fiction." This sequel to "Get Short" plays more like a waterbed down TV spinoff (with a great cast). Where "Get Shorty" had a great energy to it and was darkly funny, this film is just dull and only manages a few funny moments. What's worse is this film tries to focus solely on comedy and wastes a terrific cast. John Travolta and Uma Thurman, nowhere as cool as they were in "Pulp Fiction," can't even generate much energy with this dull story of Chili Palmer getting into the music industry as he did the film industry in the first film. Chili helps a Beyonc Knowles-like singer get out of her Destiny's Child-like contract with a crooked record company. However, if anyone survives this mess, I'd say it was Vince Vaughan and Dwayne Johnson who consistently provided laughs during their scenes. Elmore Leonard only had a handful of successful film adaptations of his books and Scott Frank wrote two of them, "Get Shorty" and "Out of Sight." This film sorely misses Frank and director Barry Sonnenfeld.

Jeffrey C (nl) wrote: I couldn't get the disc to stop skipping. But the 20 minutes I saw was interesting.

Paula M (ru) wrote: a movie that takes place at Christmas time. this was funny and sad. great cast

Zack B (ag) wrote: Ken Loach is the mastuh, yo.

Vicky M (nl) wrote: It was bizarre! I saw it as a kid!