The Canterville Ghost
When a teenaged girl moves to England, with her brothers and parents into the ancient Canterville Hall, she's not at all happy. Especially as there's a ghost and a mysterious re-appearing bloodstain on the hearth. She campaigns to go back home, and her dad, believing the ghost's pranks are Ginny's, is ready to send her back. But then Ginny actually meets the elusive 17th-century Sir Simon de Canterville (not to mention the cute teenaged duke next door), and she sets her hand to the task of freeing Sir Simon from his curse.
- Stars:Patrick Stewart, Neve Campbell, Joan Sims, Donald Sinden, Cherie Lunghi, Edward Wiley, Leslie Phillips, Daniel Betts, Ciarán Fitzgerald, Raymond Pickard,
- Director:Syd Macartney,
- Writer:Oscar Wilde (short story), Robert Benedetti (teleplay)
Adaption of the famous Oscar Wilde tale about a young American girl that helps a British ghost find rest and forgiveness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Canterville Ghost torrent reviews
(us) wrote: A very fun and suspenseful mix of exploitation and thriller with a classy and frequently nude Morgan Fairchild, who has never looked hotter. Good acting from the sicko and some nice directing and a likable script, further make this one worth checking out.
(es) wrote: Brilliant movie. Not much else to say than that.
(ca) wrote: It starts off as an occasionally riotous family drama, though the second half takes a turn into the exceedingly dark and heavy-handed.
(ru) wrote: Very scary movie! It's another scary, long-haired Asian girl but the ending was very creepy and it was definitely a fun movie to watch.EDIT: Upon re-watching, the movie just doesn't hold up well after time. Scares are cheap. Storyline isn't great.
(us) wrote: Miho Nikaido is beautiful. The movie gets somewhat dull at the end.
(fr) wrote: While the numbers serves as the way to escape from the drama, and couple of cruelty, after gaining enough energy to perform, it's generally a nice musical overall like any other classic musicals with same tastes on matched designs and performances, despite being an unrealistic one when it comes to storytelling within performing. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
(fr) wrote: A very entertianing Christmas Comedy, starring Jane Fonda in one of her earliest roles, her performance was wonderful as the dramatic Isabel... haha she did a great job crying and getting all worked up (Yes it might have been overdone, but I found that humorous).
(mx) wrote: Follow-up to Gojira (aka, Godzilla) by the same director, Ishiro Honda. Relatively decent but obvious cash-in on previous effort. At least in the English dubbed version (have not seen the original version) it is a quick and fun man versus monster(s!) drive-in movie that was the first Japanese monster flick to be produced in color.
(de) wrote: Mel Gibson and Danny make for a damn good team in this '80s action classic. With its heavy (and heady) saxophone soundtrack and handheld-stylized camerawork, Lethal Weapon stands tall as a tribute to its time and the late-great stuntman Dar Robinson. It should be no surprise that Mel Gibson broke out big with the two-hand punch of Mad Max and Lethal Weapon; here, he again plays a police officer struggling with a deep personal loss, but this time with a charm and swagger that explodes onscreen.
(au) wrote: Brilliant, absolutely loved it.
(kr) wrote: Bleh, nothing quite spectacular about this Child's vampire flick and rather clich (C).. Certainly no Paranorman! It tries however..
(ru) wrote: Superb documentary about music and the real lives of the people who lead a genre. Great stuff!
(de) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 26.05.2003