I Am a Ghost
Emily, a troubled spirit, haunts her own house every day, wondering why she can't leave. With the help of Sylvia, a clairvoyant hired to rid the house of spirits, Emily is forced into a 'patient/therapist' relationship, uncovering disturbing mysteries about her past that may help her move on to 'the next place
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I Am a Ghost torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Blockbuster 4/26/13Suspenseful and very difficult to watch but a really good movie that gives a hard look at what ethnic cleaning can create. A sad but deeply provocative story. You are mesmerized to see how it plays out.
(ag) wrote: Gli estoni stanno proprio in paranoia
(us) wrote: Really messes with your mind. It's absolutely fantastic, though and the animation is truly beautiful. I love this film. However, I am so glad I discovered there was a sequal. My brain might have been permanantly damaged if I hadn't. (^^;
(ca) wrote: Went and got it and it wasn't what I thought it was gonna be. The dialouge is off, a lot of it is in spanish and i HATE subtitles. It was alright but NOT worth the price.
(au) wrote: Boy did the critics get this one wrong. This is a very good film with very solid performances.
(au) wrote: One of Jet Li's good movies out there, yes It's corny, but the sci-fi premises is really quite good. I love parallel universe themes and this film pulls it off nicely. Sadly Jason Staham doesn't show of any fighting skills. Not a quality film, but overall I enjoyed it and would watch it again. So for this being a good action flick with great fighting scenes, I give "The One" a B-.
(mx) wrote: Based on true life events in early 90s, this film follows the victims ordinary lives, all of which are not connected, before the fatal shootout at a bank, and imediatly later gunman killing himself. all the stories hold interest, and some more than others, its from Michael Haneke, so themes again pop up here that you seem to get from him. The media, tv culture and violence, it works well, while not entirely suceeds but holds more than enough to warrant a watch and Hanake is a interesting filmmaker
(kr) wrote: Had the original Star Trek TV series not already been established and beloved before the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, this film would almost certainly have killed all chances of jumpstarting a sci-fi franchise. It's almost impossible to believe that a film with this much talent involved turned out so poorly: the director of this movie also made The Sound of Music and West Side Story. Think about that. Somehow, this film loses all of the innovative sci-fi concepts and engaging characters of the series, and decides to go for a 2001: A Space Odyssey-esque approach to the material. The result is a film whose potentially compelling 90-100 minute story is stretched into a bloated 132 minute disaster full of self-indulgent visuals. There is literally a scene that mimics the famous third act of 2001: A Space Odyssey, but with Spock substituted in as he floats through a technicolor tunnel. Granted, the visuals are impressive for their time, as is Jerry Goldsmith's iconic score, but visuals don't make a movie. 2001: A Space Odyssey at least had a fascinating concept of man vs. machine from a thematic mastermind; this film, which has unique ideas at its core, lacks the same kind of impactful substance that makes watching the film worthwhile. Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and the rest of the Enterprise crew are strangely indistinguishable, and lack their beloved signature personalities. This film boldly went where the series had never gone before, and it almost backfired miserably.
(jp) wrote: Not a bad chiller, but dated by today's standards. Worth a look for any fans of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
(ru) wrote: I enjoyed this film very much. It one of those good old Technicolor films which I enjoy. The performances were good even though the dialogue was a bit cheesy. There were some instances where it did look like they were shooting in a studio because this film was being made in London while World War II was still going on. In fact shooting was halted several times because of air raids going on around them. But the film came through it and was very good.
(gb) wrote: Ordinary commercial comedy that bears no resemblance to real life. It can be entertaining though. Michael Sheen plays a bit part in this movie and it's a complete waste of his talents as there's nothing significant about his part.
(de) wrote: This isn't marked as fresh it all,When Movies are Rotten, Paranormal Activity 5 The Marked One Deserves it.The Reason is there was too much wooden acting,It wasn't scary at all,No One Jumped,No One was Surprised,There is nothing going onand Horror movie sequels are bullcrap.Jason Blum Is Awesome but i just don't like this, It's the worst Paranormal Activity film out of the previous 4, This Sucks Big Time!Score: 1/10