Haunted Echoes

Haunted Echoes

Laura (Sean Young) and Guy (David Starzyk) are devastated by grief when their 8-year-old daughter, Kimberly, is murdered. Hoping to repair their tattered marriage, they move to a quiet town to remodel an old mansion, but weird things start to happen in this eerie ghost story. Laura is convinced that they are being visited Kimberly's spirit, and Guy ultimately believes her, but is it really their daughter who is urging them to seek vengeance?

Guy and Laura have recently suffered a parent's worst nightmare: their eight-year-old daughter Kimberly was abducted from her bedroom and murdered. They move to a charming old house in need... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tulsi R (mx) wrote: Right amount mixture of comedy , action , family sentiment and good dance by Allu Arjun and Shruti Haasan.

Mark James A (jp) wrote: ...a comedy that obviously aspires to be compelling. It almost succeeded until its weirdness and inappropriate humor ruined it.

Johnny J (ru) wrote: this movie sucked hardcore

Rachel E (it) wrote: bbcI love it it made me cry it was a very sad and inspiring story you should see it if you have never seen it I love it and I bet you will too

QR H (it) wrote: How long is tomorrow? Eternity and a day.

Joseph F (gb) wrote: Just watched the trailer, seemed harmless enough. But what really attracted my attention was the Siskel and Ebert review."It's junk, first class, JUNK.""The movie that makes me cringe, even when I'm sitting here thinking about it.""It's embarrassing, you feel unclean as you are sitting there,""I hated this movie as much as any movie we've ever reviewed in the 19 years we have been doing this show."And I was like "What the hell could be so bad about this film?". But Roger Ebert was too kind. SPOILER ALERT!It starts off with North (Elijah Wood, pretty upsetting actually) who is listening to his parents argue (Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander). But North suddenly has a panic attack, I mean, really? A panic attack? All parents argue. But then he screams as he falls to the floor in pain. He then goes to his "secret" spot, WHICH IS IN A DISPLAY ROOM. But then there is BRUCE WILLIS IN A BUNNY SUIT, then he claims HE'S THE FREAKING EASTER BUNNY. But later you will see he is a creepy pedophile. Why is there Bruce Willis in a bunny suit? I really wish I was making that up. His role is truly awful. Imagine Bruce Willis in Die Hard, in a bunny suit. But then we come across Winchell (Matthew McCurley), who helps North divorce his parents. First off, kids can't divorce their parents, Second, why are they acting like parents are supposed to be cool? They are the authority figures who are out to protect you, not uncool, mean jerks. Anyway, North calls Winchell's dad, working in the Pants Factory to then see... what is happening in the background? Anyway, North then officially divorces his parents and hires a new lawyer. And then they go to court where the judge is judging... nothing really. He's just saying "you will be hearing what I will be hearing" repeatedly. They then put North into orphanage and he goes off to find new parents. Our first stop will be Texas, which I start to see stereotypes. Their clothes aren't even how cowboys or Texans dress. Then they try to fatten North up so he can look like "Buck". Who is their first son and they said that he is "the biggest boy in the big states you ever seen!". Then they just say really stale jokes like how Buck died in a stampede, Buck hating Februaries and "big loss". Then they sing a song which is just really poor. And then we see Bruce Willis, who is now a cowboy. He is now becoming a pedophile, like I said. Why can't North just call the Police? And then they go to Hawaii, which has really stale jokes again, then after that. They show NORTH'S CRACK?!?!?!? That's not advertisement, THAT'S DISGUSTING. And also, straight "A's"?!? Really?!? AND BRUCE WILLIS APPEARS AGAIN! When is that disgusting pedophile going to go? And then they meet the Eskimos, which AGAIN, are really bad stereotypes. And then THERE IS A LINE WHERE ESKIMOS SHOVE THEIR OLD FARTS WHILE THERE IS A TICKET HOLDER WHILE THEY ARE SAYING GOODBYE. This may seem emotional, but what you are going to see is JUST A JOKE. 1st off, when this was done, it was done in times of FAMINE, not because they were old2nd, this was VERY rare.3rd, this happened EONS AGO, nobody does it anymore.Then we realize that Winchell is the villain, and is not really that menacing. But you will see. He BECOMES THE MOST RICHEST AND MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE IN THE FREAKING WORLD!!! Then, he hires a henchman who IS WAITING TO KILL NORTH. How powerful is this kid anyway?!? Then, Oh my god, it's BRUCE WILLIS AGAIN! And then the person he is acting is called Joey Fingers. O...k. Then there is this random Bruce Willis and he SAYS: "Your balls stick to your legs like crazy glue". Excuse me, but this is a KIDS MOVIE. Then a bunch of kids chase North because he is leaving home, THEN THERE IS BRUCE WILLIS AGAIN. I just want to slap this guy in the face. He is now a FedEx driver. Then NORTH'S PARENTS ARE IN NORTH'S FREAKING SECRET PLACE!! Then North rushes to his parents, the henchman pulls out the trigger, then.... It was all a dream. WHAT?!? A DREAM?! Seriously? Then BRUCE WILLIS, gives North a ride home.I hated this movie. Hated, hated, hated, hated, hated this movie. Hated it. Hated every simpering stupid vacant audience-insulting moment of it. Hated the sensibility that thought anyone would like it. Hated the implied insult to the audience by its belief that anyone would be entertained by itYour too nice.Overall rating: 0/10.

gary t (jp) wrote: WOW......WOW.......WOW......WOW......WOW......BRILLIANT.......SUPERB.....GENIUS.......FANTASTIC........I have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a great movie 2 watch......its got a great cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie........I think that George c scott (.R.I.P.), karl malden (.R.I.P.), Michael bates (.R.I.P.), Edward binns (.R.I.P.), Lawrence dobkin (.R.I.P.), play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this classics/drama movie had done a fantastic job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......I think that this is such an absolutely brilliant war movie 2 watch.......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE.......the whole cast is:::George C. Scott as Major General (later Lieutenant General, then General) George S. Patton. (Rod Steiger had first turned down the role, later admitting that it was the worst decision of his career.)Karl Malden as Major General (later Lieutenant General, then General) Omar N. BradleyMichael Bates as General (later Field Marshal) Bernard MontgomeryEdward Binns as Lieutenant General (later General) Walter Bedell SmithLawrence Dobkin as Colonel Gaston BellJohn Doucette as Major General Lucian TruscottJames Edwards as Sergeant William George MeeksFrank Latimore as Lieutenant Colonel Henry DavenportRichard Mnch as Colonel General Alfred JodlMorgan Paull as Captain Richard N. JensonSiegfried Rauch as Captain (later Major) Oskar SteigerPaul Stevens as Lieutenant Colonel (later Colonel) Charles R. CodmanMichael Strong as Brigadier General Hobart CarverKarl Michael Vogler as Field Marshal Erwin RommelStephen Young as Captain Chester B. HansenPeter Barkworth as Colonel John WelkinJohn Barrie as Air Vice-Marshal (later Air Marshal) Sir Arthur ConinghamDavid Bauer as Lieutenant General Harry BufordTim Considine as Private First Class Charles KuhlAlbert Dumortier as Moroccan minister (voiced by Paul Frees)Gerald Flood as Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur TedderJack Gwillim as General (later Field Marshal) Sir Harold AlexanderDavid Healy as ClergymanBill Hickman as Patton's driverSandy McPeak as War correspondent (credited as Sandy Kevin)Cary Loftin as Bradley's driverAlan MacNaughtan as British briefing officerLionel Murton as Chaplain James Hugh O'NeillClint Ritchie as Tank captainDouglas Wilmer as Major-General Freddie de GuingandPatrick J. Zurica as First Lieutenant Alexander StillerAbraxas Aaran as WillyFlorencio Ararilla as Soldier (uncredited)Brandon Brady as Lieutenant Young (uncredited)Charles Dennis as Soldier (uncredited)Paul Frees as Reporter No. 2 (voice/uncredited)Dolores Judson as Knutsford Welcome Club Dignitary (uncredited)Lowell Thomas as Himself-Movietone News Narrator (voice/uncredited)man this is such an enjoyable war movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie......The film opens with Scott's rendering of Patton's speech to the Third Army, set against a huge American flag. Coppola and North had to tone down Patton's actual words and statements in the scene, as well as throughout the rest of the film, to avoid an R rating; in the opening monologue, the word "fornicating" replaced "fucking" when he was criticizing The Saturday Evening Post. Also, Scott's gravelly and scratchy voice is the opposite of Patton's high-pitched, nasal and somewhat squeaky voice, a point noted by historian S.L.A. Marshall. However, Marshall also points out that the film contains "too much cursing and obscenity [by Patton]. Patton was not habitually foul-mouthed. He used dirty words when he thought they were needed to impress."When Scott learned that the speech would open the film, he refused to do it, as he believed that it would overshadow the rest of his performance. Director Schaffner assured him that it would be shown at the end. The scene was shot in one afternoon at Sevilla Studios in Madrid, with the flag having been painted on the back of the stage wall.All the medals and decorations shown on Patton's uniform in the monologue are replicas of those actually awarded to Patton. However, the general never wore all of them in public and was in any case not a four-star general at the time he made the famous speeches on which the opening is based. He wore them all on only one occasion, in his backyard in Virginia at the request of his wife, who wanted a picture of him with all his medals. The producers used a copy of this photo to help recreate this "look" for the opening scene.The film was shot in 65mm Dimension 150 by cinematographer Fred J. Koenekamp and has a music score by Jerry Goldsmith.Patton won seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture.The opening monologue, delivered by George C. Scott as General Patton with an enormous American flag behind him, remains an iconic and often quoted image in film. The film was successful, and in 2003, Patton was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant".man this is such an amazingly brilliant movie 2 watch with such a brilliant cast throughout this movie.......it is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a brilliant cast throughout this movie.......

Nellie K A (kr) wrote: I think I saw this movie recently when I was in Belgium in 2003-5

M C (it) wrote: About one of my fav noir. I just wished they played it more at revival cinemas.

Brian S (ag) wrote: One of the best of the "screwball" comedies that Stanwyck was so good at! Gary Cooper is yum,

Masorad (es) wrote: Boyer & Lamarr are why you're watching this thing. And they are fun to watch, sure. The topography of the Casbah is always intriguing as well, but this is the "Three Men & A Baby" of its day. See the original with Gabin.