The Haunted Mansion

The Haunted Mansion

Workaholic Jim Evers and his wife/business partner, Sara get a call one night from mansion owner, Edward Gracey wants to sell his house. Once the Evers family arrive at the mansion a butler takes them to dine with Gracey. Gracey takes one look at Sara and he thinks she's his lost lover.

After a late night call from a mansion owner, realtor Jim Evers and his wife, Sara, and their two children pay a visit to the mansion in hope of a good deal, and soon discover that mansion is haunted, and while they attempt to escape, Jim learns an important lesson about the family he has neglected. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jordan F (gb) wrote: The jokes are obvious and can see a mile away. This is a film where the characters aren't outrageous enough to be entertaining or realistic enough to empathize with.

Justin S (jp) wrote: Tense and visceral, The Rover benefits from mesmerizing cinematography and a memorable performance from Guy Pearce.

Burl T (au) wrote: I love football movies! I was going through the channel guide and noticed this movie coming on, so I had to watch it, good or bad. I was never aware of this movie when it was originally released for whatever reason. Now after watching it, I can say it was a very worthwhile watch. I can appreciate the movie more knowing it was based on a true story.

Sarah L (br) wrote: I didn't really enjoy this film as it lacked scare power. The only thing I did enjoy about it was that the characters went psycho and kinda killed the none psycho characters. Other than that it was a heap of garbage.

Wayne S (gb) wrote: A sentimental journey about it never being too late to change, family relationships and growing old.

Alberto G (fr) wrote: This movie stands in the same category of others like In the Valley of Elah, The Kingdom and Fair Game. It's one of those movies that show an undeniable truth: not everything is true and good with the American government. Sometimes is the critics that bash these movies, but most of the times, it's the audience that turns away, I guess in a state of denial of this kind of allegations.Regardless of all that, this is a very well made film. Meryl Streep role is very small, but what she lacks in screen time, she gains in pure stone cold bitchiness. For every fictitious story like this, there are thousands of real situations around the globe that we will never know about. That's why I don't believe in phrases like "the greater good". It's either good or not.

Apurou J (ru) wrote: Best Film of 2007. A very poignant story of healing and the scars of history.

Rick V (ru) wrote: Shortage of drugs used to cure Zombie outbreak causes havoc. (netflex)

Jake D (es) wrote: Pretty much the worst horror film I've ever seen in my entire life so far. I honestly don't think this can be considered a horror film because it is the farthest thing from scary I've ever seen. With the most predictable of story lines, and some of the worst acting ever this film does not need to be seen at all. If you really are curious at all about it just read it's Wikipedia page. Skip this atrocity on the cinematic world.

Wayne K (ag) wrote: It's been said that the most serious of issues that we face can be examined most effectively through jokes, and Tootsie, for the most part, aptly demonstrates that philosophy. Powered by a fantastic central performance by Hoffman, essentially lampooning his own acting methodologies and temperament, he gets a first-hand experience of how the other half lives, learning much about not only the attitudes of others, but his own. His performance is joyously complimented by a vivacious Jessica Lange, always smiling and looking like the happiest person in the world while hiding a vulnerability just beneath the surface. Much of the humour stems from the razor-sharp dialogue, with classic, quotable one-liners firing off in all directions. Method acting is well known to make a person difficult to get along with and even a little dangerous, and Hoffman's deep ingratiation with his creation is a wonderfully comedic but also strikingly poignant representation of this, analysing and dissecting issues of sexism and ageism which he never even considered beforehand. The film flounders in its final act, where the characters succumb to the Hollywood syndrome of no longer acting like real human beings, never offering simple explanations and constantly saying the wrong thing for no logical reason, and while it offers up a fantastic premise, it's essentially wastes it with a deflating ending made more for pleasing the masses than challenging them. But these flaws are more than overshadowed by the upsides. A comedy gem, still treasured all these years later, Tootsie is a must-see for lovers of comedy, drama and fabulous dresses.

Sabra Iman N (kr) wrote: Allahu Akbar for guiding the true Muslims

Jace L (us) wrote: Colorful and enjoyable, Tokyo Drifter is a solid piece of work from Seijun Suzuki.

Tom M (br) wrote: There are a lot of similarities to the original but everything new to Halloween II does not mix well with what worked in the first place.

Pablo C (kr) wrote: Al Pacino vuelve a demostrarnos que es un genio inconmensurable en esta cinta que pudo haber sido mejor aprovechada.