Mostly Ghostly

Mostly Ghostly

Based on the successful book series by R.L. Stine, this spooky tale finds 11-year-old Max making a deal with the ghosts who haunt his home. If Max helps them find what was responsible for their parents' disappearance, they'll help him transform from a social nobody to the most popular kid in school.

Based on the successful book series by R.L. Stine, Max Doyle finds he has a few friends living in his house that only he can see. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mostly Ghostly torrent reviews

Franck B (ca) wrote: ils ont commenc une guerre de l'information

Kelly D (br) wrote: another funny party movie

Scott R (ag) wrote: Another lost flixster rating ??

Rob S (ru) wrote: a very unique love story

Franois M (br) wrote: J'avais jadis un certain plaisir regarder VERY BAD THINGS.... Je croyais mme que la chose tait meilleure que THE HANGOVER..... Peut-tre pas finalement. Le dbut est intressant, mais on sombre rapidement dans un ramassis de clichs. Tant qu' regarder a, pourquoi pas l'intelligent SHALLOW GRAVE de Danny Boyle?

Kyle E (it) wrote: Churchill Crescent, South Molton, EX36 4EL

Marcelle B (us) wrote: Kickin movie! Who who've guessed that Howard Hughes would've left his fortune to a man who picked him up alongside the road? Inspired by a true story.

Chelsea S (mx) wrote: You wont enjoy this movie if you go into it expecting a great story or a work of art. However, if you want to see a captivating image of the sixties and the strange story of Edie Sedgwick then you will greatly appreciate this film. Originally they shot the movie as individual unscripted shorts and then attempted to tie them together and find some sort of story. A lot of it was pretty ineffective and pretty ludicrous as far as a plot goes. I think this movie is a great picture of the underground sixties scene in all of it's glory.

Darryll H (kr) wrote: i dont remember this movie to great, but i remember it wasen't anywhere near as good as the first, but a decent sequal, some good scenes.

Anita H (jp) wrote: I would rather a giant bowl of shit before ever watching this. I seriously believe the world is coming to an end when the fact that people even insist on spending their money on a movie where the male lead role wears a baseball cap, a shirtless hoodie sweater and fucking weight lifting dance! I seriously hope god has mercy on all our pathetic souls for churning out such trash and labeling it as entertainment. Have a nice day

Reini U (ca) wrote: Excellent!Esp. when being compared to the documentary about Amy.The story is the same, but Janis has nothing Amy has. She is not pretty, she is no star, she constantly looses, she stays with her band when she got the chance to being promoted to a superstar, she leaves her band when it becomes clear that they cannot perform the bombastic soul sound she needs, but then it becomes clear the old band developed much better song material than her new band of studio musicians.She gets depressed, gets off drugs, falls in love, her love leaves for a trip to Africa and Tibet, and it ends with a drug accident.The Amy documentary constantly tries to preach how sensational she was, whilst Janis is a down to earth modern, lovely and vulnerable blues singer. I don't like the music of both them but the Janis documentary is a must see.I once watched a huge Cat Powers show near Galveston Texas, right next to Janis' birthtown Port Arthur. This show started awfully slow and uninspired, not many people were there, but after 60 minutes or so Cat Powers, who is the perfect fit to read Janis old letters in the movie, starts getting comfortable and it develops into on of the best life shows ever, lasting more 2 and a half hours. The story of Janis is similar.