Miss Morison's Ghosts

Miss Morison's Ghosts

Two British women claim to have been thrown into a time warp where they saw Marie Antoinette as they were strolling through the gardens at Versailles Palace in France. After they tell their story to a psychic society, they find themselves the objects of derision and their jobs are threatened. - Written by [email protected]

The film is based on a purportedly true story, which has since become one of the most famous "time slips". The two ladies' real names were Annie Charlotte Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain, who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Miss Morison's Ghosts torrent reviews

Jacob D (ru) wrote: One of the best super hero movies ever and up there in the best x-men movies ever.

Alfie Y (ca) wrote: is there tits in this film?

Aaron B (it) wrote: A blatant rip off of The Notebook

Gary S (es) wrote: Bittersweet. Although Kellyanne's imaginary friends are meant to be just that, there is a rather intriging bit when her brother is pretending to look for them down the mineshaft. He finds some of their discarded lollipop sticks and wrappers. Only he & his dad had been down there & they had not taken them. So perhaps Kellyanne's friends were not entirely imaginery...?

Jim M (br) wrote: There is a certain studied awkwardness to the proceedings that is really engaging.

Anna C (au) wrote: It didn't convince me. I don't get the point most of the time.

Valentin G (ag) wrote: The sad thing here is that the idea is good but the movie failed in many ways, sometimes is overacting and the pace of the story is not good, much less funny. 3.5/10

Mark B (us) wrote: " look its a black chicken " hehe funny spoof of dracula in modern times

Eric K (au) wrote: A struggling artist turns into a genius after beginning to use blood as his paint. Grade D, Low-Budget film. However, it doesn't pretend to be something more. Not a brilliant masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination, but bizarre enough to be watchable. :)

Kalamr G (jp) wrote: funny, very funny - but too long