Good Will Evil

Good Will Evil

Xiaoyun loses his entire family in a car accident. A few years later she was adopted by a couple who believe that a child can get to their ever more rooted relationship. It will not be long before strange things start happening around Xiaoyun.

A successful young politician wants a family, but his wife resists. She has emotional problems and can't accept the responsibility of motherhood. He finally convinces her to very ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jaani 2 (kr) wrote: I personally walked out after watching it for a bit cuz some stuff was too sick for my liking but rated high because the story is shocking

Joe A (jp) wrote: Exorcismus is the story of a young girl who feels she might be suffering from a demonic influence and seeks help from her uncle, a young priest whose last exorcism claimed the life of a young girl. Possession horror follows all the routines and uses all the cliche's for this type of flick and that might be OK if director Manuel Carballo used them well and added some life to them. But, Exorcismus is a by the numbers exorcism flick that makes no attempt to freshen the familiar story elements up or use them inventively. The actors are also performing by the numbers and none of them seem to really be into their roles. In fact, the whole flick is filmed in a rather deadpan tone that really sabotages the story. You'd think an instance of demonic possession would evoke some strong emotions from somebody involved but, Carballo evokes none from his characters. And said characters act quite foolishly at times, such as letting the possessed Emma roam free and out of their sight between attacks... which anyone who watches this stuff knows, is asking for trouble. When comes time for the traditional possession sequences, we get exactly what we expect from such a scenario and nothing we haven't seen before. Carballo tries to be somewhat stylish, telling small details of the story in flashbacks as the story progresses but none of it is all that interesting. A small plus is the film uses no CGI and very minimal make-up or FX to portray the events, it's just sad that the events aren't all that effectively pulled off... and no, adding FX wouldn't have helped and a final act plot twist only briefly adds some originality before falling back to the cliche's for a silly climax. Genre favorite Doug Bradley shows up in a cameo and for a non-Pinhead paycheck.

Rosanne A (br) wrote: This is an amazing movie.. I love to s it.. One person can make all the differance in your life.

Henry B (it) wrote: great looking movie with an uneven plot.

HHRROCKS (jp) wrote: very funny movie and songs

Zakaria A H (jp) wrote: The strory of scapegoats.

Kevin R (nl) wrote: When you're with me you're safeJulie and Roger are a recently married couple that cannot have children. Roger tries running his own newspaper business but he falls on his face and has no source of income. The couple's lives are a struggle every day, but fortune always seems to shine on their face, then go away, then come back, and then go away again. Can the couple overcome all the obstacles but in front of them?"The baby is gone! The baby is kidnapped!"George Stevens, director of Giant, Shane, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Greatest Story Ever Told, Gunga Din, A Place in the Sun, and Vivacious Lady, delivers Penny Serenade. The storyline for this picture is awesome and the character development is magnificent. The acting is outstanding and the cast includes Cary Grant, Irene Dunne, Beulah Bondi, Edgar Buchanan, and Ann Doran. "Income?""None."I obviously DVR'd this picture because it stars one of my all time favorite actors, Cary Grant. While his performance was perfect, as usual, Irene Dunne really impressed me with her dramatic scenes and depiction of wifely stubbornness. This was a very impressive movie that I thoroughly enjoyed and strongly recommend seeing."She's exactly the child for you."Grade: A

Jonathan M (us) wrote: Notable for the American trial that led to the "I know it when I see it" legal definition of obscenity (though it does not shock today), Louis Malle's second feature is a largely romantic and old-fashioned film of a frustrated provincial bourgeois housewife looking for a way out.