Ryan has been plagued with nightmares since the night his sister Amy went missing 8 years earlier after playing the game "Bloody Mary." Amy had stumbled onto a website on the Internet (www.marked4mary.com) about a witch called Bloody Mary and a game to summon her evil spirit. Now a senior in college, Ryan is reaching a mental breaking point from the years of stress and guilt from his sisters disappearance. His girlfriend Rachel frustrated herself at Ryan's emotional distance and self pity, calls for help to a former professor of Ryan's, Father O'Neal. Father O'Neal is both a priest and a archaeologist who decides to help Ryan end his tormenting grief by using his detective skills and wit to figure out what exactly happened to Ryan's sister, and uncover the truth to the Legend of Bloody Mary
Writer:Dominick R. Domingo, Joseph Domingo (original concept), Lisa G. Myers, John Stecenko
Ryan has been plagued with nightmares since the night his sister Amy went missing 8 years earlier after playing the game "Bloody Mary." Amy had stumbled onto a website on the Internet (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Joshua M (it) wrote: This movie was quite the solid thriller - with an engaging ensemble in the mix and a pitch-perfect performance at its center from Jessica Chastain as the protagonist.
Matthew S (jp) wrote: This documentary makes some good points, but misses one key and important point altogether. The documentary continually claims that crazies on both sides left and right are drowning out the middle. What it neglects to realize is that there is no left (at least none that have any real representation) in this country and the middle is not the middle anymore. That is how far to the right we have drifted as a country. The right has been taken over by authoritarian conservatives. We're heavily lopsided to the right in this country for expressly that reason. The filmmakers still seem to think that the political spectrum is where it was 50 to 60+ years ago, when that is simply not the case any longer. "[...][S]ince when did wanting to keep the environment clean, help sick and old people, fight for the equality of every tax paying American citizen, and strive for peace, become 'extreme' positions? This is essentially the Democratic platform in a nutshell. These people aren't 'extremists' by any stretch of the imagination. Wanting to gut regulations that protect consumers, businesses, the environment, leave sick, poor, and old people to die in the streets, start wars to 'preeminent' attacks IS extremist." - Stacy Rogers (a reviewer of this doc.)Couldn't have said it better myself Stacy!
Damien K (es) wrote: Charming, sweet without being too sugary, this simple tale boasts lovely visuals and a nice score.
Jacob F (de) wrote: A very boring sequel
Claudio D (jp) wrote: Apenas um filme mediano, se vale de ter Christian Bale no elenco, as melhores partes so quando se foca nas sequncias da destruio e tomada de Nanquim, no geral, o drama das prostitutas no convence muito.
Caitlin L (fr) wrote: So amazing. Love this movie. Great casting. Great chemistry.
Anthony M (jp) wrote: While don't like children power movie this one is okay mckulleu kulle is a great kid actor and the traps are creative but the criminals act more like clowns which gets annoying it's a okay movie
Justin A (us) wrote: Forgettable and a major step down from the first movie. This one (while having some good ideas at times) is not scary and somehow slower and more tedious than the first movie (that was very well paced). The special effects are great and the real highlight of the movie, especially in the last act. The new villain Kane is intended to be frightening, but sickly looking quakers don't really give me the chills. Heather O'Rourke does an okay job again, but now being a bit older and acting exactly the same makes her character seem really strange (obviously this movie is supposed to take place immediately after the first, but she's much older looking now). Will Sampson is very good in a role he's very familiar with: Wise token Native American.Poltergeist 2 is a movie full of pretty neat ideas, but some hiccups in the execution. It just comes across really corny at times when in the first movie there were genuine scares. Still, the special effects make this one worth a look if you have the time, but don't expect anything in the league of the first movie.
Larry C (de) wrote: With all of the fuss lately about schools cutting their arts programs, one has to ask whether arts education is really important in high schools. As an art student myself, I can attest to how unimportant arts education in high school actually is. "Fame" does a marvelous job of portraying this to its audiences. "Fame" shows its audiences exactly what happens when a high school student is granted the opportunity to study their art in school. These students choose to spend their time perfecting their art rather than actually gaining an education, and therefore are not at all prepared for life after high school.I think it's a great idea for these students to pursue their art form as a career. However, these students need to be prepared for the real world. You can't always plan for everything. What happens if you get injured? What happens if all the training you've put in isn't good enough? What happens if a few stupid decisions prevent you from ever getting a serious job? If you only focused on your art classes in high school, you're screwed. Sadly, most high school students don't think that far in advance when they first enter high school. They are only focused on what's fun and convenient for them in the moment. They lack the perspective and cognitive training to think any other way. By granting teenagers the opportunity to sacrifice their academic classes for arts classes, you are essential giving them a heavily unbalanced set of options to choose from, which, if they make the wrong choice, could make their life a lot more difficult than it needs to be in the long run.
Jennifer H (ru) wrote: Very sad but sweet. I liked Davis in this role better than all the others I've seen her in.
Tara H (de) wrote: A really fun, family movie - nothing very original in the dog searches for girl storyline, but great animation, humour and characters. Seeing it in 3D was a special treat.