Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost

Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost

Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Gang visit Oakhaven, Massachusetts to seek strange goings on involving a famous horror novelist and his ancestor who is rumored be a witch.

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Theta S (ca) wrote: I got this film as a DVD as a Christmas present as I like Northern Soul music. The film is set in 1974 and predominantly set in Stoke, Joe (Martin Compston from The Damned United) is trying to find his place in the scheme of things alongside a dead-end job as a potato delivery man and drinking at his local pub with his best friend, portrayed by Alfie Allen. Frustrated by his life, he is introduced to the Northern Soul music scene and the famous Wigan Casino club by local hairdresser, Jane (Nichola Burley). Swept along with the lifestyle, he meets art student Mandy (Felicity Jones of Cemetery Junction), dabbles in the seedier side of the Northern Soul scene through experimenting with drugs and comes up against the club's resident hardcase, portrayed by Craig Parkinson. The big questions for Joe is will he be consumed by the Northern Soul lifestyle and who will he choose to share his "soul" with... the glamorous Jane or the loyal Mandy? After seeing Cemetery Junction, I must admit that I felt a little short changed by this film and not because of the obvious connection of Felicity Jones in both films. They are thematically similar - young lad wants to escape his boring lifestyle, get the girl and try to stay out of trouble. This film was touted as a film about Northern Soul and featuring the iconic Wigan Casino. To be honest, yes - they do feature, but they simply are the backdrop to, what could be seen as simply a "coming of age" film. The acting is of a good standard, but unfortunately the script is very workmanlike, can at times seem bland and doesn't have the wit of Cemetery Junction. Also, you don't feel that there's any real risk when Joe dabbles in drugs, which later has an impact on another character. It's a harmless enough film, but not one that I'd say rush out to buy or put on your rental list.

Tracy F (ru) wrote: Not one of Mr. King's better adapted movies.

Walter M (au) wrote: In "Beyond Rangoon," sisters Laura(Patricia Arquette) and Andy(Frances McDormand) travel to Burma in 1988 to help Laura get over the murder of her husband and son. Sleepless one night, Laura stumbles across a pro-democracy protest led by Aung San Suu Kyi(Adelle Lutz). It is there that she has her passport conveniently stolen and is forced to stay behind while Andy continues on to Thailand. While she waits to have a replacement passport made, Laura decides to do some sightseeing, enlisting U Aung Ko(U Aung Ko) to drive her. If it is true that the road to mediocre films is built on good intentions, then "Beyond Rangoon" is a perfect example. Set at an important time in Burma's history and made at a time when not a lot of information was getting out due to the military junta's total control, then the movie serves a purpose to dramatize these events. However, by working in a highly contrived story that closely resembles an epic psychiatric session, it also manages to trivialize them at the same time. But the cinematography is very lovely. At any rate, it would not be until the documentary "Burma VJ" that we would get the clearest picture of what is going on inside Burma.

Brian S (fr) wrote: A crazy but very good splatter flick from the early days of Peter Jackson. Although the acting isn't the best ever on screen, the film delivers a fun plot, outrageous buckets of gores and a few laughs. And, it also has the cheaper camera quality which gives it a, almost, art house style to it. Not the classic Romero zombies but still a very good film. Recommended !!

Grayson W (fr) wrote: Classic 80s vengeance

Kristina K (es) wrote: I actually didn't think it was "trying to be epic". It was pretty simple and realistic to me. I assume because of the book the movie is very technical, but I liked it. Another side, another cinematic history lesson. Great actors. Good movie. One thing though. If you buy the DVD, look for the original one. I got a dubbed one and it totally ruins the mood for me. There's no passion, no emotions when it's dubbed. I can read dammit. Why force the dubbed version? Hope you can find the original somewhere.

Gavin W (mx) wrote: Pretty average for a Hitchcock film.

mike a (fr) wrote: As a naval historian I often have real issues with the over dramatasiation of WW2 films and the fast and loose attitude to the truth. This film deals with one of the most dramatic and critical moments in the battle of the atlantic in WW2 and I am thankful the producer realised there was enough drama without needing to add more. It does not glorify the action nor portray the Germans as an evil race. It sticks to the story closely and builds to the inevitable but breathtaking finale. Great performances from some respected actors and some original footage. I always settle down and watch this whenever it is on Tv Watch It

Lucas N (au) wrote: I'm not a hitman, but if I was, this would be my go to movie. It not only takes you on a fun romp through the lives of two lovable assassins, but gives you a glimpse into the psychological toll the two have to endure.

Jarla (jp) wrote: (TM)(TM) Jason Statham (TM)(TM)

Pablo G (fr) wrote: 4.2/5A simple and touching story based on some top notch writing and acting, lead by characters and personalities rarely seen done so well and in such a context.

Brian B (br) wrote: Good clean, ghostly fun. Peter Ustinov is a great actor, hands down.