Lights Out

Rebecca must unlock the terror behind her little brother's experiences that once tested her sanity, bringing her face to face with an entity attached to their mother.

Sophie and her boyfriend Bret investigate the connection of Sophie with Diana and come up to a scary revelation about their past. She brings Martin home and recalls he own experience with Diana years ago when she was young. Martin does not sleep anymore during the night but in classroom and his older stepsister Rebecca that lives alone is summoned by the social assistant. When his son, the boy Martin, is frightened by the same creature, he sees his mother Sophie talking to an imaginary friend called Diana in the shadow of her room. A man called Paul is working after hours and is murdered by a supernatural entity in the shadow

Lights Out is a new movie of Eric Heisserer (screenplay), David F. Sandberg (based on the short film by). The released year of this movie is 2016. There are many actors in this movies torrent, for example Teresa Palmer, Maria Bello, Billy Burke, Emily Alyn Lind. Movie' genres are Horror, Thriller. This movie was rated by 6.4 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Enjoy this movies torrent and share to your friends

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Brian C (jp)

There are some really funny moments, and Crispin Glover is awesome, but overall most of the humour seemed forced. My cat can eat a whole watermelon. The surreal adventure of Rubin and Ed as they endeavour to find the perfect place to bury Rubin's cat

Caesar M (mx)

All in all, Disney tried something different, but at the same time it was afraid to do anything different ending up with a film with the worst qualities of the studio present for two noisy hours of boredom. The music is limited and generally badly sung while the drama side of the story tread familiar waters like it a commitment to the end. Plotlines aren't developed to support itself without a musical number to liven things up. Even if the plot does interest you the characters are one dimensional cliche and so are the standard villains. Anyone who knows the Disney musical formula will find no surprises in this repetitive film that takes no risk nor executed in the manner to make it enjoyable. Newsies on the surface for me had the ingredients to hold my interest, but once Disney got involved attempting to mesh drama and musical together poorly it became tedious. Dancing choreography while well performed, much in vein of the story is uninspired. Hopefully among the few songs made for the film you'll find one you'll like because it'll reuses some of them twice and about five of those musical numbers are performed on the same set despite having of a number of sets that perfectly captures its era. As for the music it ranges from where the mute button like "Carrying the Banner", to well that just happen song like "King of New York", and finally to that was surprisingly good like "The World Will Know". The characters we follow are meant to be children, but all have the appearances of teenagers going against the concept. Despite a good performance by Christian Bale the film is miscast. Some of them are better singers than Christian Bale, but unlike Bale,when the supporting cast speak in their New York accent it can get annoying. Their performances are average unable to deliver the more heavy side of the material with any emotion. The supporting cast has some interesting names from David Moscow, Luke Edwards, Trey Parker, Josh Keaton, and number of others that get tossed to the sideline. At best Duvall is one note, though given how standard the role is written in this film there's no way he would have pulled off anything interesting unless it was meant to be intentionally cheesy. Duvall has little screen time and even less of a personality given the character he has to portray. Robert Duvall plays Joseph Pulitzer not making much of an impression. Bill Pullman is meh in his role, though among the most tolerable not having that New York accent to handicap him. However, his crack voice works for his solo number "Santa Fe" showing off some good dancing skills. Singing on the other hand Bale voice cracks going for the high notes. He's the only actor who manages to overcome the annoying New York accent making it a part of his character unlike the rest of the young cast where it's a nuisance to listen too. Charming one moment and alienating the next swiftly conveying his character personal turmoil. When not requiring to sing Bale brings some likability to Jack Kelly. Christian Bale delivers a good performance. Like the characters, it best to pretend choreographed musical numbers and songs never happened. It should be noted that once a musical number ends the character act back to normal like nothing happened every time making even less sense when seeing our protagonist dance in the middle of the street despite wholeheartedly singing about his past struggles to reach his dream. The ending is similar to that minus the musical talents of Queens being replaced by off key singers by non professional young stars and poor musical composition, and sound arrangement from the adults putting it together. In particular the dragged out ending which is similar to "We Are the Champions" by Queens if it only bragged for seven minutes repeating "No times for loser cause we are the champions". Not one element or plot device used made a difference in how it all played out. For me the film did no favor playing it safe by the book. If judged as a Disney musical it's PREDICTABLE! Anyone not familiar with the "Disney" formula here's how Disney lazy efforts usually play out; It opens with a choral arrangement preferably a work song (Carrying the Banner), characters grow up in a montage over the span of a single song, dead or absent parents that occurs quickly or off screen and probably in a montage with no dialogue or brief mention, a "I want" song sung by the protagonist (Santa Fe), and the gilded cage: you're trapped in this place, probably for your own safety. Top it all off, the motivation to start the strike is thrown away at the climax as if to say I give up. Weak characters, scatter plot lines, erratic, and some badly written musical numbers can create a noisy snooze fest of a film. Every one of them feels disposable and interchangeable with one another. None of the characters feel important to in fighting for their cause. A job later handle to another character temporarily which goes to display the lack of importance of their position. Jack Kelly also has his own arc to overcome which is too kinda organize the Newsies to strike. It doesn't matter that Jack Kelly shares more scenes with a older man another supporting character than he does with his own love interest. All that was needed for Jack Kelly heart to be taken away with his significant other wasn't the growth of their relationship, learning about each other, but occasionally gazing at each other in one scene and they know it's meant to be. For example, Jack Kelly visit his best sister house falling in love with his best pal sister. Token supporting characters drop in and out at a moment notice. In middle of the erratic pacing and cliches it calls characters are the plotlines simultaneously having too much with little breathing room and stretched out beyond repair. On both sides you have characters whose action are supported with a weak body of characterization to take them seriously. Since Pulitzer is the standard villain who hates people and motivated by money his action have a predictable outcome to the conflict. A trait that is meant to earn the audience sympathy, but Joseph Pulitzer who makes a honest living selling newspaper and gave kids jobs barely scraping by with their wages in the first place is perceived to be bad. Our protagonist, Jack Kelly, lies for a living to make money to not starve to death. There's nothing wrong with simple morality, but when the characters themselves acknowledge how stupid they act it begs to question what is actually consider morally good by this film standard. Not to forget the one dimensional villains whose only defining traits are to make money or pick on children. From the cast of heroes there's a newsboy on crutches, the little kid, the rebellious hero going against the establishment, and of course the hero's best pal that warms up to him, who has a pretty sister. The quiet moments of the film are filled with indispensable cliches. Pacing is erratic sometime going for long stretches without a musical number to having too many songs pile up on each other. Missing is coherency in its narrative structure to support dialogue dramatics and the musical numbers. It never amounts to much because of the Disneyfication of a film that clearly was meant to be a drama is tailored into an indispensable, uninspired mess. Now I'll accept back in 1899 New York City "Newsies" sang on a daily basis on just about anything, ten years old were allowed to hang out in pubs and drink the night away, and I'll even buy Joseph Pulitzer plan to make more money will obviously not work if it all leads to something compelling. Immediately the film begins to crack opening with a poorly written and constructed song about working (oh come on, that lazy Disney formula). Newsies is a musical based a true story about the New York City newsboy strike of 1899. Creating one noisy mess of a film that could have worked for both it actors and the story if it knew to be a drama or musical instead of sloppily meshing the two together. However, upon discovery it was a Disney live action musical it turned into a worst case scenario that instead of subverting expectation it plays into them. While the material doesn't sound riveting Bale is more than capable in providing a compelling performance to carry the film. On the surface "Newsies" has my attention being based around true events that are usually ignored and starring a young Christian Bale

Darin P (it)

This movie is awesome

Garrett M (jp)

An understated movie

Hannah D (de)

There's a nice soundtrack, as well. I admit that I didn't follow the plot line as well as I'd have liked, but it was still a very enjoyable film and it gave me a chance to see parts of Italy and appreciate the culture

Jimmy P (ag)

Recommended for filmmakers and artists. Really great facinating arty poetic fil experiment

Judge L (us)

Still a great flick after all these years. Has been a long time since I watched the whole movie

Justin Z (ag)

great musical, even though it is classic