The Gift

The Gift

When a local woman disappears and the police can't seem to find any leads, her father turns to a poor young woman with psychic powers. Slowly she starts having visions of the woman chained and in a pond. Her visions lead to the body and the arrest of an abusive husband, but did he really do it?

When Jessica King goes missing, all eyes turn to Annabelle Wilson. Not as a murder suspect, but as a clairvoyant. Many of the towns folk go to Annabelle for help, and Jessica's fiancée, Wayne Collins, turns to Annabelle for possible guidance. Annabelle feels that she can't help, but this doesn't stop her from constantly getting visions of Jessica's fate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Gift torrent reviews

Richard B (ag) wrote: I saw this film at the Beloit International Film Festival, where it won the People's Choice Award, and really enjoyed this little independent romantic comedy. For an independent film it has a few recognizable actors and a solid soundtrack. The film had a good story and I enjoyed it quite a bit. Overall I liked this film and I always like checking out a film or two at the Beloit Film Festival.

Kris B (nl) wrote: French bogans? Love it

Tamara R (it) wrote: Great movie! It's a refreshingly cute and wholesome movie! The world needs movies like this more often nowadays. I recommend watching it with your significant other.

Ian P (de) wrote: Horrible acting and low-budget production, yet the cast from this installment, especially Taylor Schilling, was leaps and bounds above the second installment despite increased budget for the latter.

Laura W (au) wrote: An interesting documentary but not worthy of 93%

Trevor L (us) wrote: I accidentally watched this, and it had a few pretty great scenes. I don't regret it I guess. Thank you, Ben. For not handing me the remote. I guess.

Dean M (us) wrote: This third Darkman series is not great than the second one with Arnold Vosloo who returns again as the title role.Vosloo seems alternatively bored and exuberant from scene to scene, to be honest, he still does okay, and Jeff Fahey, while a joy to watch as an over-the-top villain, just doesn't quite fit in with the series.The use of OTT visuals and nightmare vision scenes is retained and very like Sam Raimi's style - in fact some of the shot almost mirror the first film. While Westlake lacks some of the craziness that he had in the first film he is still a tortured soul - it's just a shame that this is mixed with the image of him as a sort of Batman figure.

Mike Q (ca) wrote: never seen anything like it, and i can't find it anywhere!

Emeka W (de) wrote: I liked it. Ray Liotta jumped on the scene as one scary bastard, Madeleine Stowe was just stunning as hell, and Kurt Russell...kicked ass like he's suppose too. What else would you expect?

Max M (gb) wrote: For some reason this rarely seen, barely released 1981 film gained a strong cult following (probably because of the presence of Sex Pistols members Steve Jones and Paul Cook as well as Clash bassist Paul Simonon), but looking back on it now, the film has not aged well at all.

Mark D (fr) wrote: Decent giallo but not as violent as most of the other flicks made around that time. Excellent soundtrack and a good little mystery.

Bengt W (fr) wrote: Den hr typen av filmer grs inte lngre, och det kanske r lika bra. Otroligt platt djungelromans mellan Hepburn och Perkins. Inte en gnista s lngt gat kan n. ?n fantastiskt dumsnygg inomhusdjungel och Lee J Cobbs underhllande verspel gr att jag uthrdar.

Adam R (ru) wrote: A somewhat obscure but lovely musical with some memorable songs. I absolutely love the renditions of "Aba Daba Honeymoon" and "The Oceana Roll". (First and only viewing - 6/26/2011)

Michelle M (it) wrote: Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra together? How could it go wrong?

Andy P (au) wrote: It is clear that Mizoguchi's storytelling abilities were developing with this deeply tragic and beautifully photgraphed romance, which is more emotionally involving and dramatically rewarding then his previous work, if not as richly thematic.

Michael W (au) wrote: A struggling actor is thrust into murder intrigue while spying on a neighbour through a telescope. The whole murder plot assumes a lot but who cares; most times I enjoy when DePalma ventures into Hitchcock territory. Some great camera angles employed.

Thomas S (ag) wrote: Just one long word about this movie Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah (breathe) Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Carlos I (mx) wrote: So much fun! Always loved this one. Wilder and Pryor ham it up to great effect.

Christopher H (ag) wrote: Had the film found more well known actors and actresses and fitted to a new structure, Small Town Saturday Night could have been something special. Instead, Small Town becomes small time and will ultimately be passed over by most viewers, save for the tagline on the case of the film: ??Starring Chris Pine from Star Trek.??

Allan C (nl) wrote: Solid little bit of sci-fi is exactly what the title states, transplanting Daniel Defoe's novel to Mars. Paul Mantee is marooned on Mars and has to first figure out food, water, shelter and air. Next he has to figure our how to deal with loneliness. A Friday figure later shows up and Mantee also has to deal with alien ships (recycled from War of the Worlds). Lightweight, but enjoyable. Adam West plays one of Mantee's cremates who dies in the ship crash.