The Ghost Breakers
Mary Carter inherits her family's ancestral home, located on a small island off Cuba, and, despite warnings and death threats, decides to take possesion of the reputedly haunted castle. She is joined by radio broadcaster Larry Lawrence who, believing he has killed a mob gunsel, flees New York with his butler, Alex. Once on the island the threesome enter the eerie castle and after viewing the ghost of one of Mary's ancestors and fighting off a menacing zombie, they find the key to the castle's treasure but are interrupted by an all-too-human foe.
- Stars:Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard, Richard Carlson, Paul Lukas, Willie Best, Pedro de Cordoba, Virginia Brissac, Noble Johnson, Anthony Quinn, Tom Dugan, Paul Fix, Lloyd Corrigan,
- Director:George Marshall,
A radio broadcaster, his quaking manservant and an heiress investigate the mystery of a haunted castle in Cuba. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ghost Breakers torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Not the worse piece of trash I've ever seen.
(au) wrote: An absolutely hilarious movie! Interesting story plot that centralizes around the good fortunes, and crazy adventures of a young man whom falls in love with a beautiful, young woman. The two embark upon a fascinating journey alongside a group of misfits. Great cast- Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif, Kiron Kher, Om Puri, Ranvir Shorey, and Javed Jaffrey. Definitely worthy! **An interesting music clip at the end of the film, featuring titled track- "Singh is Kinng" by Akshay Kumar with Snoop Dogg.**
(ag) wrote: Good try.....Zachary Levi looks hot and pulls his weight as always though.
(jp) wrote: Entertaining, quirky, and more original than expected. And Canadian! Huzza!
(ru) wrote: I saw this on TV. J-Lo's ass could have eaten that Anaconda alive. But yeah, this movie is trash.
(it) wrote: no way could a movie get THAT bad - until now.
(us) wrote: My favorite Danny Kaye movie! And if only I could have Vera Ellen's legs.
(jp) wrote: I definitely did like this. . . . Shakespeare's final "tragedy." Hmmm . . . Okay, let me say this. The label "tragedy" is thrown around an awful lot. For instance, I'll bet one dollar that in years to come there are going to be people who call Bu--sh-- Jr's presidency a tragic one. Now depending on who's doing the talking, this is true. Tragic for us; not tragic for him. If someone eventually sees Jr's administration as a personal tragedy for him -- and believe me someone will -- well, I will laugh -- and then spit on the ground. In order to qualify as a tragic hero in my book, you damn well better be someone with whom I can sympathize. In the case of this particular production of Coriolanus, I have great difficulty finding anything about the titular character that makes me even remotely want to feel anything but a mild contempt, at best, for his plight. To pull an old chestnut from the feeble fire of memory: This is a guy who needs killing, and the sooner the better. He is surely no Macbeth, neither is he a Hamlet nor anywhere remotely near an Othello or a Juliet. Coriolanus is a justly heralded soldier, true, but what kind of human being is he? Well he is tragically vain all right, a qualifying tragic flaw, but he is additionally loaded with contempt for the common people, and he's a borderline horrible son, husband, and father to boot. I mean, who cares? I see him more as an oxygen waster than as someone who's actually contributing to the good of humankind. But that's just me.
(es) wrote: I expected this movie to have over the top gore with its reputation but to my surprise it wasn't bad at all. This is your typical horror/suspense film and I enjoyed it.
(fr) wrote: This middling comedy is brought down by an all too predictable ending and terrible chemistry between Keira Knightly and Sam Rockwell who seems to just be obsessed with grabbing her bum.