Hosting a new exhibit, artist Nikki Wickersham, (Lindsay Price) and her husband George Wickersham, (David Jones) are called out to Maine to sort through his father's belongings after he dies. Arriving there to find they've inherited an island with a large mansion on it, they quickly learn of an old story surrounding the house about it being haunted through the years, yet friends Margie Mancuso, (Sadie LeBlanc) and Peter Hughes, (Niall Matter) convince them to stay there anyway. While working on a special project, a series of strange events around the house has them convinced that the house has indeed a spirit roused by a secret from the past, and they work to rid it from their house before it strikes them as well.
Boston top lawyer George Wickersham returns to his ancestral summer house on a private island in rural Maine, which he dislikes for memories's sake, intending to sell it quickly. However he... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Charlie W (jp) wrote: Wouldn't Change Anything About This Movie Better Than The Dragon Ball Super Adaption
Tuguldur B (ca) wrote: He who rated such movie with positive feedback should surely be questioning his sanity.
Nicky S (kr) wrote: this thing was filmed at my school
Jonny P (jp) wrote: "Heathers" is a fascinating high school story spoiled by an endless stream of crude remarks and volatile language. This 1980's attempt at being edgy goes too far, even by modern standards. The entire movie feels like an internal conflict as it fails to blend comedy with drama, realism with far-fetched circumstances, and humor with situations that should not be humorous. It is a shame because the film contains some important themes about suicide, bullying, and guilt, but the misplaced levity of the script prevents it from being taken seriously while the serious subject matter does not align with the comedic tone. The end result is an uncomfortable 100 minutes of trying to absorb the morals in spite of the script. Though we are used to seeing the critics hate blockbusters that make a killing at the box office, this film did the opposite when it failed at the box office even though the critics loved it. I blame its box office failure on its lack of a target audience as the synopsis does not have much appeal for your average adult but the R-rating would prevent most high schoolers from gaining admission (and thank goodness for the rating because this film is definitely not high school appropriate). It did gain enough attention to develop a cult following as well as thrusting Winona Ryder and Christian Slater into the limelight. "Heathers" lacks everything that I love about a drama while also lacking everything that I look for in a comedy. The amount of unnecessary crude language is offensive and should be saved for period dramas that require the language to bring the setting to life. Meanwhile, it lacks the jokes and inherently comedic situations that make a comedy entertaining. Don't waste your time on this one. I wish that I hadn't.
Charlie J (fr) wrote: Nothing dazzled me about this film. There wasn't that much of a point watching it besides a few decent jumpscares. The writing was poor and allowed for no character development. Most of the murders defied logic and had no direct effect on the storyline. Anyone could have died or not died besides Donna and the story would have remained the same. It wasn't necessarily a waste of time, it was ok in the fact that there was some decent entertainment value in its "scary" scenes, but I want my $4 back.
Aj V (ag) wrote: I caught this movie on TV and was bored at once. I'm not a big fan of military type movies in the first place, but this one didn't catch my interest at all.
Shane H (nl) wrote: I've probably seen it well over 100 times(I put it in for pleasant background noise). The music is great, and I love Jimmy Stewart and Charles Winninger.
Tom C (mx) wrote: I thought this was a really good fun family film. I just watched it with my wife, our niece and nephew and their grandparents and other than grandad falling asleep, we all enjoyed it!
Shane S (gb) wrote: Great soundtrack, but that's it. Maddeningly slow. So boring. The acting is atrocious. Everyone has the same facial expression. Oscar winner my foot...
Les B (mx) wrote: So many good bits to this movie; have no reservations about giving this story five stars!
Debanjan C (jp) wrote: With the kind of talent involved, you have a lot of expectations from this film. However, it disappoints in almost all possible aspects.
Dylan R (au) wrote: TERRIBLE. do not waste your time.