Rebecca who is haunted by her father's suicide enrolls in an elite boarding school for girls. Rebecca is suspicious of Ernessa, the new arrival. But is Rebecca just jealous of Ernessa's bond with Lucie, or does the new girl truly possess a dark secret? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Moth Diaries
Rebecca is suspicious of Ernessa, the new arrival at her boarding school. But is Rebecca just jealous of Ernessa's bond with Lucie, or does the new girl truly possess a dark secret?
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TTT C (fr) wrote: (**): Thumbs Down I like the cast but the story just didn't really grab me. Fair at best.
Chloe C (ca) wrote: weak plot, unconvincing acting... bleah!
Manish M (mx) wrote: Best seen at Akshardam; it had breathtaking nature sceens and gave me a much needed insight into Hinduism.
Elisabeth H (ru) wrote: it was ok, but its more of a kid's movie
Jason D (nl) wrote: More of the same formulaic medicine. Kids turn evil and prophetic over the infamous and always mysterious deity known as He Who Walks Behind the Rows. This entry has a slight advantage over the others for its massive array of known and popular talent within the cast including Alexis Arquette (still a male as this stage of his career) as one of the leads, Eva Mendez in an early role that questions why she became to popular, a couple of Zappa young'n's show up, as well as icons David Carradine (as the resident adult mid-level prophet leading the children, Fred Williamson (as the town sheriff who meets a gory demise), and the great Kane Hodder (also the film's stunt coordinator) as a bartender. Most of the people in this die in slightly gruesome and gory deaths, which is nice, but it's mostly the same tried and true fare in this 5th entry to a steadily declining series. I will say this is the last decent one of the bunch.
Cliff M (it) wrote: Excruciating to watch, but so rewatchable at the same time. Murray's deadpan humour suits this romantic comedy.
Keith T (ca) wrote: Quite an amusing film and an entertaining way to spend 90 minutes, although as 3rd in the series not really as funny as the original Meet the Parents or Meet the Fockers.
David L (it) wrote: With memorable characters, beautiful art direction and cinematography, fantastic acting and very engaging story, Strangers on a Train is yet another Hitchcock classic and definitely one of his most entertaining films. Although the final act is a bit too stretched and some things seem somewhat difficult to believe, this is still a movie that is packed with arresting visual style, riveting and well crafted plot, exciting ending, typically superb attention to detail and many thrilling, entirely suspenseful sequences. It is obviously not as masterful as some of his other 1950s classics like North by Northwest and Vertigo, but it is still one of the director's better and most simply fun movies.