The Last House on Cemetery Lane
Screenwriter John Davies has grown tired of living in London and moves to an old manor house in a sleepy West Wales village to get out of the rat race. At first he enjoys himself, embracing the quieter pace of life and starting a relationship with his beautiful neighbour Cassie Konrad. But strange, unexplained occurrences begin to occur in the manor house. John discovers he is surrounded by a supernatural presence and begins to research the house's past, discovering secrets more terrible than he ever imagined. It is now up to John to right the injustices of the past and finally lay to rest the spirits which haunt the Last House on Cemetery Lane.
The movie tells the story of a screenwriter, staying in an old manor house in West Wales with a blind woman living on the top floor, who discovers that the house's haunted by malevolent spirits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: In a recent Ultimate Movie Review Twitter Poll, I asked you what your favorite James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig was and you chose Skyfall. For me this was a hard choice, because Daniel Craig seems as though he was born to play James Bond. All the films he's done have been fantastic, but I can see why Skyfall won. This film stands out for many reasons, most importantly it gives us a rare look into the childhood of James Bond and for the rarest of moments we see Bond scared and on the edge of possibly giving up, but you know how the story ends, he's James Bond. If you missed Skyfall, the film is like many other stories, where an old enemy reappears, but in this case, the enemy isn't looking for world domination, he's looking for revenge against his former employers, the British Government and in particular the Double 0 program. Bond films are often times so similar that we tend to rate them based on the villain and the song, well, the song doesn't get better than the gem produced by Adele, but what about Javier Bardem? He is an Academy Award winner and for good cause, this dude was one of the scarier Bond villains to come around in a long time. The others in the Craig Bond movies were some pretty bad guys, who had done some horrible things, but no one was what anyone would call truly scary, not like the villains used to be. Bardem had that special something though, that not only made him a bad guy, but that kind of bad guy that can make audiences cringe. The Bottom Line, Skyfall wasn't my pick, but it was a close second, as this was probably the most personal and emotional Bond film perhaps in the entire series. Daniel Craig is still very much at his best, Javier Bardem is a villain who will always rank in the top ten, and who better to sing a bond theme than Adele. Wheather or not you picked Skyfall, there is no question that it is one of those Bond films that won't ever be forgotten.
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(au) wrote: Interesting. To some degree affecting, but in the end doesn't have a lot of emotional depth.
(ru) wrote: Decent, but it lacked the ability to make me feel emotion for the character's situations.
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(mx) wrote: This is what happens when there's no footy on a Saturday. I end up wasting the afternoon away watching rubbish like this. This has very little, if anything at all, to recommend about it as its really just a collection of unfunny scenes edited together rather then a coherent story. Not one of their best and really should be avoided.
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(jp) wrote: Terrible story. Boy all these superheroes and magic films go way over the top. At some point, it doesn't have anything in common with normal life and yet the buddies and bandits are clichs to the max. So this like a western with fantasy clothings. The fantasy seems cooked up randomly without solid roots, like the tree in the film, it comes and goes. Good acting and special effects keep two stars for the film. Dismally epic.