The Ghost Club
Four kids find out that a a ghost has been haunting the nearby forest. The most inventive one of them invents a contraption that will help them capture the restless ghost and thus the Ghost Club is started. One day, one of the kids finds out that her mother may lose the family business to an evil businessman, so the Ghost Club sets out to rectify the situation.
- Stars:Britt Robertson, Clayton Griffin, Lindley Mayer, Derek Thompson, Michele Ashton, Dottie Snow, Perry Simpson, Chase Carpenter, Willis Crain, David Polinsky, Alexandrea Hairston, Tyler Kreutzer, Victor E. Werany, Fred Carrico, Sonya Coogan,
- Director:Ralph E. Portillo,
- Writer:David Ciesielsky (screenplay)
Four kids find out that a a ghost has been haunting the nearby forest. The most inventive one of them invents a contraption that will help them capture the restless ghost and thus the Ghost Club is started. One day, one of the kids finds out that her mother may lose the family business to an evil businessman, so the Ghost Club sets out to rectify the situation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ghost Club torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Hard to watch look into a tiny town in Missouri and a few America left behind.
(nl) wrote: Would give more stars if he didn't go full retard.
(ru) wrote: One of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time.
(nl) wrote: Water's talks about Water's and gives some insight into the making of his seminal movies with behind the scenes stories. Being a straight monologue and no audience questions leaves you wishing for a lot more details and anecdotes in place of Water's own philosophies but none the less great if you rank Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble among your guilty pleasures.
(br) wrote: This film is effectively a very deliberate film which tackles the snatching of terrorism suspects by CIA agents for torturing in secret prisons in countries about the globe in not very nice countries. As the film shows, this is highly horrible, deplorable and something we should be angry about. This doesn't make an excellent film though and the point of the film seems solely to be based around making you angry and upset and presumably incite you to do something. This presents a problem, as whilst your aware that you're not enjoying the film a whole lot you wonder if that's the object in the first place. This isn't a happy feel-good film and isn't supposed to be. The film is intended to make you feel uncomfortable and angry and in that sense, and indeed in the manner it is shot and direction, it delivers perfectly what it sets out to do. However, there's a fair chance that unless you're heavily embroiled in left wing politics or appreciate the point being made as the sole basis of judgement for the film then you will ADORE this. I, despite being aware of the illegal abduction and torture of suspects and being horrified to learn of it in a current events documentary, did not enjoy this though. A good film therefore but not one I can say is amazing, and I ended up feeling like when I watched "Enduring Love" or the foreign film "Sofia" i.e. you feel bad and like you're missing something for not enjoying it more.
(ru) wrote: Another Tornatore masterpiece with a mysterious syle of directing unlike Malena our Cinema Paradiso but yet superb. With an excellent way of story telling, directing and a marvelous twist at the end this is a must see. And on top of that you'll see extremely good performances by Gerard Depardieu, Roman Polanski and Sergio Rubini.
(jp) wrote: This seems an 'original' crime movie. And it plays brilliantly. Too bad it never got its sequel. :/
(ca) wrote: very fond memories associated with this one. Am enjoying it tonight!
(fr) wrote: The brilliant cinematography over-impacts a less than stellar story.
(ag) wrote: A good, middle-of-the-road WWII flick that focuses more on fantastic action than character (which they got away with, in my opinion).
(au) wrote: Openly racist movie: the gentle Christians, the wicked Muslim to whom the white gentle learns how to dig a well ...
(ru) wrote: Great movie, see the difference between a racist and a realist for yourself?