Over Her Dead Body
After his fiancée, Kate, dies in an accident on their wedding day, veterinarian Henry grows depressed. To help him move on, his sister has him visit psychic Ashley and gives her Kate's diary. Ashley uses the journal's details to convincingly deliver the fake message that Kate wants Henry to move on. However, Kate's ghost is watching over Ashley and Henry. Furious when they fall for each other, she vows to sabotage their relationship.
- Stars:Eva Longoria, Paul Rudd, Lake Bell, Jason Biggs, Lindsay Sloane, Stephen Root, William Morgan Sheppard, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Ali Hillis, Deborah Theaker, Natalia Safran, Andy Kreiss, Ben Livingston, Jack Conley, Kali Rocha,
- Director:Jeff Lowell,
- Writer:Jeff Lowell
A ghost tries to sabotage her former boyfriend's current relationship with a psychic. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Over Her Dead Body torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Fuck you Robert Rodriguez. Just, fuck you.
(au) wrote: the dark has taken the light, debates end.
(nl) wrote: Probably the best single-band focused grungumentary I have yet seen. It takes the familiar path of present-day interviews tying together 20 years of cleaned up concert, media, and backstage footage. I enjoyed almost every minute and am reminded of how awesome and edgy a live band Pearl Jam is. Their horizon is truly unlimited live in direct contrast to their studio recordings. It's simply a delectable retrospective that even casual grunge and Pearl Jam fans will find quite enjoyable.
(kr) wrote: Well that's 100 minutes I'll never get back. I tracked down "Afterschool" because it was produced by Sean Durkin, writer/director of the spine-tingling "Martha Marcy May Marlene." But, oh my God, "Afterschool" is nothing like "Martha Marcy." My jaw hung open through most of "Martha" because it was so good. My mouth hung open through most of "Afterschool" because it was so bad. Writer/director Antonio Campos, in his feature-film debut, brings us a mind-numbingly boring and empty story about zombie-like teenagers in an elite boarding school. I appreciate that Campos and Durkin hired actual teenagers to play the teenage characters. This is a pleasure, as most often teenage characters are played by 25-year-olds pretending to be adolescent. But this is the only thing about the project that was any good. Campos appears to have been trying to make some kind of comment about the impact of computer-based video on 21st-century teenagers. The main character watches clips on You Tube a lot and walks around in a stupor. All his schoolmates are in a similar stupor and have meaningless sex while on drugs. These characters bear no resemblance whatsoever to the teenagers with whom I interact, who are cauldrons of emotion and energy. They may be a bit aimless, but they're far from catatonic. The drama (if you can call it that) surrounds a drug overdose that the main character accidentally captures on video. He stands there dumbfounded as two girls choke to death in the school hallway and doesn't call for help. It's like he's watching a video, get it? Can't tell the difference between video and reality. Ugh. We watch afterward as the well-meaning but feckless teachers and police try to figure out why the boy did nothing. But no one really "gets through to him" (as feckless adults are fond of saying). I think most You Tube videos have more interesting things to say than "Afterschool." At least they have a pulse.
(mx) wrote: Nada Abou Farhat is fantastic in this film its a great road movie cut with news footage and video of the conflict. The inclusion of everyday Lebanese people adding to the film's realism. Great anti war message it also highlights how "Jnoub" the South of Lebenon, away from the Solidaire penthouses, new shoping centres and 5 star hotels of the North, is underfunded and neglected by the goverment.
(ca) wrote: Traci Lords was the only good thing about this movie!
(ca) wrote: In the same style like a dozen other irish black comedies but as always well worth the watching.Colm Meaney steals the show playing out far more stupid and wonderfully egocentric in this one. It's a pleasure to see every frame containing him in Intermission.A Young Colin Farrell makes an unusual introduktion that will surprise many women (and men),.Violent and warm. Somehere funny and gritty. Good times and warm beer
(fr) wrote: Willem Dafoe is my GOD.
(br) wrote: Stunning film by Spielberg. So fascinating to see Anthony Hopkins play John Quincy Adams. As an avid Adams fan I can tell you his depiction seemed "dead on". He earned an Oscar nomination for his work.
(us) wrote: Unfortunately this one didn't do much for me. I know it received a bunch of Oscar noms but I felt it too melodramatic and some of the acting pretty weak. I did like Holden and Novak enough to make it worth watching, but wouldn't recommend it unless you're a fan of those actors.
(fr) wrote: Mystery comedy about a magician and a reporter wannabe on the trail of a serial killer after a recently deceased journalist appears in front of the reporter wannabe during a magic trick. The film is mildly entertaining, but never so mysterious and also not as witty as a lot of other Allen work. Overall, it's quite weak, though Allen in front of the camera is still funny.
(ca) wrote: A brooding, atmospheric, oneiric picture. My interpretation: It's about, love/lust, time, madness (or is it?), obsurdities of life, fear of death, acceptance of death or the great unknown. Everybody will interrupt this film differntly, I'm sure. Prehaps, I should read the short story, as well. On a differnt note, Dracula is seen for a moment, not sure if it was a joke or a nod to Jean's other films, but it was intresting.
(br) wrote: Marilyn Monroe is exactly everything that I despise in celebrities and the opposite sex. Her life was always about being noticed for her body, and she would do anything to be noticed and to be rich. She is most famous for having an affair with who I deem to be the worst president ever, JFK. She also has an annoying voice and could not act for crap. As far as her movies go, you can count me out, for I would rather spend a day listening to Whoopi attempt to sound intelligent.
(it) wrote: This is the mother of all pot-boilers, Everything about is over the top... the plot, the acting, the characters, all so overdone and scenery chewing, it's impossible not to laugh at the overdone happenings played out before you. I love this movie -- it's my greatest guilty pleasure.
(ag) wrote: Judy Garland does wonders in Meet Me in St. Louis. With loads of memorable songs and a funny cast, Meet Me in St. Louis is one affair to remember.
(fr) wrote: A all star cast with no true story and writting skills
(kr) wrote: It was a watchable movie, but what all happens to this character isn't believable at all.
(br) wrote: I remember watching this movie on WPIX at night in the 1980s, so it was somewhat nostalgic to watch this again 20 years later. I only remembered two scenes: the worms coming out of the shower nozzle and the guy (Roger) getting devoured by 10 billion worms. There is no way to escape the B-movie quality of the film and I could not help but think how a movie like this would never have been made in the 1950s. But times changed in the 70s and we have Squirm as a result. I was wondering if I would just laugh at the movie watching it as an adult and although it has plenty of scenes where you say "Yeah right" it still held my interest and held up. A few observations: The director was obviously trying to do some type of Texas Chainsaw Massacre intro with the scrolling text and making it seem like what happeed was a real event. Although people are willing to believe that there were people in Texas eating people off of meathooks, no one in their right mind actually believes what happened in Squirm was true. It just doesn't work. The best scenes were when the worms eat Roger on the boat, when Mick discovers the fate of Rogers father, and when he gets swallowed by 9 billion worms at the end. The stupidest parts are when he crawls out of the worms and when we find out that Alma actually lived even though we saw 9 billion worms fall on her too. Mick was a good character but one wonders why he did not just run the hell away after what he saw transpiring. After all, Patty Pearce isn't all that. Completely ridiculous how he gets knocked out with a piece of plywood. Although some of the worm sounds are pretty cool, the close up of the worms squealing like butchered pigs (that is actually what the sound was that they used) is just a tad over the top. Over the top is what B-movies are all about though and although they are cheesey and campy, we like them nonetheless. Squirm fans unite! Time for me to go fishing. See my Squirm page on Facebbok.
(fr) wrote: Another great old Disney movie with Dean Jones