Roxy Hunter and the Mystery of the Moody Ghost
After moving to an eerie old house in the country, nine-year-old super sleuth Roxy Hunter stumbles into a world filled with unsolved mysterieus, secret plots and spooky spirits! Now, Roxy and her best friend and boy genius Max, must race to save their home, re-unite a lost love and uncover the true villain. Is it the Moody Ghost...or something even spookier?
- Stars:Aria Wallace, Robin Brûlé, Demetrius Joyette, Yannick Bisson, Vik Sahay, Jessica Booker, Rod Campbell, Johnie Chase, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Jayne Eastwood, Connor Fyfe, Tyler Fyfe, Austin Macdonald, Connor McAuley, Connor McCauley,
- Director:Eleanor Lindo,
- Writer:Robin Dunne, James Kee
Roxy Hunter, a tumultuous and precocious nine-year-old "going on 35" has just moved to the sleepy little town of Serenity Falls with her widowed mother, Susan, and family friend, the boy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: "Himizu" is a live action adaptation of the comic of the same name, about a teenage boy whose parents both decide to abandon him. In post-tsunami Japan, Sono decided to add the disaster factor into the story, fitting perfectly with the social consciousness of Japan at the moment. The lead teen actors are incredibly good as the anti-couple, supported by actors who are familiar faces in the world of Sono films. Disturbing yet not exploitative, and depressing and cynical as it is hopeful, "Himizu" is one of Sono's most inspiring and emotional films.
(it) wrote: film trop nul ya que la bande annonce qui reprend les meilleurs moment du film et sinon rien de plus
(it) wrote: Disappointing effort from Dario Argento, one of the few Masters of Horror. Was meant to be an ultimate exercise in his preferred sub-genre of slasher movies: the Giallo thriller. Instead we get a mediocre and straightforward detective thriller where Adrien Brody sleepwalks his way through. No twists, laughable villain and even the violent set pieces for which Argento is famous for are limp and uninspired. He still shows some stylistic flair in the 2 flashback sequences which do not make up for this forgettable experience. Not bad, just mediocre.
(es) wrote: Some very funny moments
(kr) wrote: It has been a long time since I laughed that much a comedy film. Rowan Atkinson is hilarious despite what critics say.
(mx) wrote: Really good documentary as an introduction into horror and the inspiration for some of the "classics"
(es) wrote: Taken as an ahistorical piece, this is very accomplished. Taken as a factual account of Van Gogh's final days, this probably lacks accuracy and leaves quite a bit to dramatic interpretation.
(us) wrote: Normally I can defend best picture winners, but honestly... I can't defend this from All That Jazz or Apocalypse Now. While it's no Out of Africa or The Greatest Show on Earth, the visuals are nothing compared to the latter two. The acting and story is good but nothing unique, how the father lost makes no sense, there were no memorable moments or lines and the ending of the mother giving the son back was too obvious. This is a movie I'm gonna have to side with haters and not the academy on.
(jp) wrote: "Look, Byron, I want to be honest with you. Before I came down from the room, I took a half a pound of Vicodin, so I'm going to be really comfortable until about late March."
(ag) wrote: Brad Pitt was consistently hilarious, even if the rest of the movie wasn't
(es) wrote: National Lampoon's European Vacation is the first sequel to National Lampoon's Vacation that sets off with the Griswald family going to Europe as a reward from a show called Pig in a Poke, and of course, shenanigans happened there. When I was done with the film, I was surprised about how stale the film is, whether it's the story, or the jokes as they were unfunny. There were some chuckles and one part that I laughed a lot, but that's it, and I wasn't groaning at the bad jokes, they just didn't make me feel anything when the joke was over. I knew where the jokes were going to be, and the whole story just feel like a retread to me which doesn't make it feel refreshing. The casting is good which I know that they were trying to make the film, which at times it did thanks to Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo. I was honestly just bored with the movie and just really wanted it to be funny. The setting is nice to look at, and it does give the advantage to see some places that the viewers might be interesting in looking. I was surprised that National Lampoon's European Vacation was co-written by John Hughes, which I'm very glad that he got back to being better when he written the Christmas classic Christmas Vacation.
(de) wrote: Had to see this movie for the past 4 years in high school. Its good but you dont have to see it 50 times to appreciate its goodness.
(ru) wrote: A unknown film that is a part 13th Warrior, a part the Predator, a little bit of planet of the ape and the Host. This movie is a bit strange but i must say i am fairly entertained. The end fight is drawn out a bit too long, the action isn't all that great, and a few stumbles here and there, but for the most part it is decent in most areas. Dont believe the critics on this one. I am pleasantly surprised. As long as you like some of the films mentioned above, and are able to suspend your common sense for a bit, i think u would enjoy this as well.
(ag) wrote: Getting the much-deserved Blu Ray treatment, Peter Bogdanovich's 1930s throwback and kiss to the Golden Age of H'Wood deserves even more acclaim in the wake of The Artist's "Best Picture" win in 2012. The director's deep-seated appreciation for classic American cinema shines throughout, perhaps even more so than with his '30s screwball love letter What's Up Doc. In real life, former film critic Bogdanovich befriended and interviewed every lionized director from George Cukor (The Philadelphia Story) to Howard Hawks (Bringing Up Baby) to Leo McCarey (Duck Soup). And God, does it show. From Lazslo Kovacs' ace black and white cinematography to set designer Polly Platt's period detail to the choice of soundtrack (everything from The Jack Benny Program to the vintage tune "Paper Moon" fills your ears), the film feels as rooted in the Dust Bowl era as John Steinbeck. But then, it dares to channel 1970s sensibilities like foul language and talk of women's problems. In this PG-rated Great Depression-set dramedy, a con man (Ryan O'Neal) finds himself saddled with a young girl (Tatum O'Neal) who may or may not be his daughter and the two forge an unlikely partnership. Tatum O'Neal won the Oscar for this at-times both heartless AND heartfelt romp, but Paper Moon truly is Bogdanovich's show, staking a phenomenal follow-up to The Last Picture Show.Bottom line: Moonstruck
(au) wrote: 1 Star for James MvAvoy, 1 Star for Mark Strong for a strong performance, and 1 star for everything else. Too thin for me.3 Stars!
(ca) wrote: This movie showed the worst, and the best of Alabama and the integration issues. Most of all, it showed how God's love can unite us, rather than divide. I highly recommend this one, especially if you are interested in the civil rights movement or the Spiritual revival of this country. You can't beat the true stories!