The Good Witch

The Good Witch

A mysterious woman comes in to town and inhabits the local haunted mansion, making everyone wonder if she's a witch or "The Grey Lady".

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:witch,   dog,   beating,  

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Clifton C (de) wrote: Liked transporter 1, less transporter 2 and this one is a complete disasterIt is disgustingly stupid, full of totally ridiculous situations, unbelievable. For example, the Audi falls into the river, he saves it with two balloons (a two ton car!) then gets it stared and drives off. The air for the balloons came from the tires, but somehow, magically, they are inflated when he wants to drive. The movie is full of such ridiculous crap.

Jennifer D (it) wrote: Not that great....It just didn't go anywhere....

Carmen W (ru) wrote: A horror movie about a disturbing cult that performed psychological treatments on their victims. There is a lot of blood and bodily and psychological torture in this movie.

Aaron M (es) wrote: Surprisingly one of the best dance movies I have seen.

Kathy S (au) wrote: "The Chess Players," a film by the extraordinary Bengali director Satyajit Ray, is a masterpiece where a deep criticism of both fedudalism and colonialism takes place. The arrogance of the British and the decadence of the ruler of Oudh are presented objectively and with a light sense of humor at the same time. The film is equally educational and moving.

Alan V (ca) wrote: Goldie Hawn is awesome.

Riff R (es) wrote: A not bad thriller with just a dash of horror. Some brains, some feels, somewhat better than your average nonsense.

Reid V (gb) wrote: Oh man, don't you dare cross Toshiro Mifune. The veteran actor has amassed quite a body count during his cinematic reign in which he ruled for an astounding 170 feature-length films, and here he adds a few more notches to his blood-soaked belt. While it can be quite depressing to think of all the poor Japanese folks that Mifune has dispatched over his career, director Masaka Kobayashi goes to painstaking lengths to make sure the viewer knows that at least in this film, he is doing it for good reason. Not only is he giving the finger to the almighty creator by doing away with his creation with his unparalleled swordsmanship, but he is also rebelling against the daimyo of the Aisu clan of which he is a vassal, a crime of which there can be no forgiveness. Although not as impressive visually or thematically intriguing as his 1962 masterpiece Harakiri, Kobayashi once again proves that he is a capable storyteller. All the while examining social order and the price that it imposes on the body of people that it claims to protect. Despite the fact that the material was in the hands of Shinobu Hashimoto, the writer responsible for Harakiri, it is unfortunately lacking the urgency and vitality that made the prior film so special. Yet, not all is lost as Kobayashi delicately sheds light not on the overt violence that this society cultivated, but rather the quiet disruption of the family for the sake of the lord. Though Kobayashi's revisionist tale isn't as gripping as his previous work, it is still a very exciting piece of cinema and further proof that Kurosawa & Ozu aren't the only Japanese directors worthy of our respect.

Colton M (au) wrote: This didn't hold up for me. Maybe this is considered a classic for it's time but I was simply bored to tears by this film. Some have called Deneuve's performance "so unsettling and precise", I call it lazy and meandering. There were some interesting moments however, so i must give the film some credit there.

Manny C (us) wrote: The first ever Criterion DVD release is a real dazzler, and a beauty of a black-and-white digital transfer, restoring Jean Renoir's war classic to its former glory. Grand Illusion is a World War I story about French POWs who are given respect by their German captors, led by an amazing Erich Von Stroheim. One prisoner (Pierre Fresnay) is an aristocrat who forms a bond with his German peer, but also gives aid to his fellow prisoners, working class Jean Gabin and Jewish soldier Marcel Dalio, plotting an escape. The film escalates to an emotional climax that tears down the illusions any have about war and honor, and had such a powerful impact that the Nazis immediately banned it upon occupying France. Check the interview with Renoir where he talks about how his controversial film was once found in Germany by American soldiers in 1945. Grand Illusion--see it, love it.

Kyle C (fr) wrote: WOW, this is a very Dark movie, it goes to show you that sick people will do whatever they want whenever they want, no matter if they get what they are after or not, and also, when something bad happens to you or someone in your family, call Liam Neeson. He is great in this, he's the typical Liam Neeson character which is always a good thing, but here, he has a job to do, and really, doesn't really care about anything else. He plays an ex-cop who is called upon when the wife of a local Drug Trafficker is brutally murdered and dismembered and delivered to the neighborhood cemetery in several pieces. Neeson must first figure out who the person or persons responsible are, second must figure out what they want, and thirdly track them down and do what he does best. It's very dark, disturbing and sometimes hard to watch, this is in the same type of category of movies like 8MM and Prisoners (2 movies I loved) so this one is also a must watch. RECOMMENDED for Neeson and the dark tone.

Scott S (kr) wrote: I fell in love with this movie when it first came out. it's so romantic. I'll never forget this :)

Peter M (us) wrote: Though it runs slow at times, Rain Man is delightful wholesome entertainment with Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman showcasing some of the best roles that the two have ever played.

Scott S (jp) wrote: I had to use Closed Captions to understand what they were saying, but a very good movie anyway!