Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

Seventeen-year-old Jesse has been hearing terrifying sounds coming from his neighbor’s apartment, but when he turns on his camera and sets out to uncover their source, he encounters an ancient evil that won’t rest until it’s claimed his very soul.

A young California Latino named Jesse begins experiencing a number of disturbing and unexplainable things after the death of Anna, his neighbor. As he investigates, it isn';t long before Jesse finds he';s been marked for possession by a malevolent demonic entity, and it';s only a matter of time before he is completely under its control... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rodrigo D (br) wrote: so much better than the first part, show others type of people even when the characters are the same. Nice cast

Caroline S (us) wrote: Une com (C)die trs sympa, mme si pas franchement optimiste...

Matt S (br) wrote: Incredible shots of Oregon and Mt. Hood. Pacing is slow but methodical. Tory Kittles's character is haunting and powerful. This is definitely not a movie for everyone, but I loved it.

Richard H (au) wrote: ^ NO idea what that summary was talking about. Why is this NOT A PARODY of Transformers? Boring acting. Two decent actors, no directing (despite the credits claiming that there's TWO assistant directors) or writing. Production values are wasted, in scenes wasted or too long among other things wrong. Some robots are fought. Some people are shot in the brain, while I wish I was. Too much is told instead of shown, which is a shame cuz they do have high budget CGI. The previews are uninteresting too, though I wish to see Shark vs Squid. Disaster!, Disaster Movie and Transformers II are better than this movie.

KKURT Y (it) wrote: A true independent film. Should be up for the IFC spirit award! A very diverse film as well.

Ruth A (nl) wrote: Deftly written ensemble piece about three female detectives as they find it increasingly difficult to separate the demands of home and work. Likeable, believable superb performances.

Fran P (au) wrote: Bush and bin Laden are not exactly enemies. In fact, they have more similarities than most people think. This film is a propaganda, no doubt about it, but one can't deny that this documentary is engaging, emotionally gripping, and never ceases to amuse. Those who automatically reject Michael Moore's films without even seeing them once are at a loss. Personally, I prefer documentaries with a flair for the dramatic instead of a fact-driven, dull machine because it stirs up my emotions. That way, I am better able at evaluating certain arguments. To be reminded by Bush's nightmare of a regime is nice because the election is nearing. You can bet your bottom dollar that, if I do end up voting, I'll be voting for the other man (or woman). I've seen this picture multiple times but I find something new at each viewing. If that isn't great filmmaking, I don't know what is.

Keith M (nl) wrote: not a very good film. it had potential with a good cast. The story wasn't told very well and val kilmer was terrible. he just mummbled his way through.

Gemma B (es) wrote: I love it... However i'm not 2 keen on Flora Robson's performance ( i think it's just because she's browned-up)... Vivien Leigh was great as Cleopatra and really expresses her energy, especiallly when she is young... Claude Rains is superb and plays Caesar very playfully! My next step is to watch Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra'...

Dimitris S (ca) wrote: The Wolf Man / Chaney connection embraces the romanticism of the folkloric legends (hence why the remake was made) but it remains an undisputed fact that Werewolf of London possesses a staggering chill throughout its menacing aura, for the most accolades should go to Henry Lull's exceptional intensity as the titular scientist who transforms himself into a creature of the night.And yet, moronic children prefer teen slashers for their entertainment, oh brother....

Allan C (jp) wrote: Solid revisionists western with Paul Newman playing a white man who was raised by an Apache tribe and later by a white man. As an adult, he lives on the reservation and finds out he's inherited some property. Newman must take a stagecoach to sell the property and winds up helping the passengers when they are robbed by bandits. The story may seem old fashioned, but this is from a novel by Elmore Leonard and the elements of race and violence are brought more to the forefront than in most westerns. The cast also includes Fredric March, Richard Boone, Cameron Mitchell, Barbara Rush, Martin balsam and Frank Silvera. Overall, this is a terrific western, led by a strong performance by Newman.

Jay W (kr) wrote: You Break the Law, you go to Hell.Best Intro Ever. For a Sci Fi High action typical action script of the era makes for one excellent film. The Gun battles are great and the action almost seems none stop, the only thing that really suffered where some bad scripting.

Glenn V (es) wrote: Alot of terror, but little story. The only thing original about this is the viewpoint of the ghost hunters. All the rest has been done over and over again. The only thing that wasn't done here is building the house on a ancient indian burial ground. Sure, it scared me, but not in the way I would want to be scared. There is no real tension, just alot of screaming and a quick succession of jump scares.