Jamie Marks Is Dead

Jamie Marks Is Dead

No one seemed to care about Jamie Marks until after his death. Hoping to find the love and friendship he never had in life, Jamie’s ghost visits former classmate Adam McCormick, drawing him into the bleak world between the living and the dead.

In a small town, the body of Jamie Marks, a teenager nobody really knew or interacted with except occasionally to bully, is found by the river. His ghost is then seen by two high school students: Gracie Highsmith, who discovered the body, and Adam McCormick, the star of his cross-country team who becomes fascinated with Jamie. Adam then is caught between two worlds, the spirit and material one when he and Jamie begin a loving but platonic relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Jamie Marks Is Dead torrent reviews

jane N (kr) wrote: Looks a definite for me

Aaron G (br) wrote: A solid start to this hit-or-miss franchise.

Dan G (fr) wrote: Lepa Sela Lepo Gore..haunting and memorable..

Paul S (jp) wrote: One of my all time favorite childhood films, with just the right amount of charm with a balanced level of dark moments.

Byron B (ag) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR

Carl M (nl) wrote: The first of Godzilla's two island adventure films, GODZILLA VS THE SEA MONSTER is an immediate departure from the earlier entries in the series, which should come as no surprise considering the lack of involvement from director Ishiro Honda, composer Akira Ifukube, and the limited involvement of Eiji Tsuburaya overseeing the special effects. The script, as originally written, was to include King Kong in place of Godzilla, which accounts for many of Godzilla's atypical mannerisms, as well. The combined effect of each of these changes amounts to one of the weaker entries in the series, with subpar special effects and an uninteresting storyline. This time around, a group of unassuming teenagers happen upon an evil terrorist organization while searching for one of their brothers who was lost at sea. The Red Bamboo defend the island from a giant crustacean known as Ebirah using a chemical weapon that is produced by the natives, who, Ryota and his friend learn, are being enslaved. When it is discovered that Godzilla is also hibernating on the island, Ryota and the others work up a plan to destroy the Red Bamboo and free the slaves with the help of Godzilla and Mothra! GODZILLA VS THE SEA MONSTER seems to draw a strong influence from the industrial espionage that frequented the Bond series in England at the time, and hardly reflects the growing interest in science fiction from the previous films. Ebirah's presence is inconsequential to the plot, and the action sequences are disappointing to say the least. Godzilla and Ebirah even volley a boulder back and forth in one of their few grudge matches. The island series would end the following year with the birth of the SON OF GODZILLA.

Bill W (br) wrote: Lots of action here and good fun. You get to see Yul Brynner with hair if you don't blink. He shaves it off because it has some kind of warrior significance. Though it was a big movie at the time it is much smaller now. Get out the popcorn. I'm sure you'll enjoy this.

Kevin N (ca) wrote: A film ahead of its time, one that challenges Hollywood westerns both thematically and visually in a way that would become big with revisionist films nearly twenty years later. Sam Fuller was interesting visionary because he both admired and resisted commercial moviemaking. His films seem distant from the system yet they utilize so much of it. Though it isn't as powerful a telling of the Bob Ford story as Andrew Dominik's 'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)', Fuller's version is nearly as violent in isolating Ford as a greedy opportunist while secretly (and painfully) revealing to its audience the sad truth behind the story- that behind the mythos and the towering legend, Ford was a human being, and one irreversible action, even if it was cold-blooded murder, ruined his life and probably haunted him through his final breath. Ford is played here powerfully by John Ireland; he gives the character a cold and careless immediacy yet has a softness behind the eyes. He is a boy, really, and the performance, like Casey Affleck's in Dominik's film, helps to show that we don't really grow up, we just learn to pretend.

Jon E (de) wrote: Dunno what certain critics have against this masterpiece. Duck Soup is a hilarious example of a feature comedy which has hardly dated over the years (yeah yeah, black and white, but films like Ed Wood, Sin City and Control are B/W as well and they're modern)!

Sean H (fr) wrote: The great trip you'll never take.