The Search for Bridey Murphy

The Search for Bridey Murphy

After being shown what hypnotism can do, a Doctor sets out to study it in depth. When experimenting on his friend's wife, she regresses back to an earlier life- that of Bridey Murphy. Several hypnotic sessions explore the life and death of Murphy, a 19th Century Irish lady who lived in Cork and Belfast from 1798 to 1864. The Doctor then attempts to verify if Bridey Murphy really existed. Written by Gary Jackson

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The Search for Bridey Murphy torrent reviews

Denver R (au) wrote: Well acted, finely filmed and truly inspiring, Silverman's "Grace Unplugged" presents a worthy message, and gives faith-based films a good name. To be sure, films like this are hard to come by these days.

Richard E (ru) wrote: "Experimental" is the best description for this film, if by that you mean a plot with more holes than a block of Swiss cheese. Dr. Frankenstein had an experiment too, and like this movie, it wasn't stitched together very well. I liked Primer, watched it 3 times. But I couldn't stand to watch this again. The entire movie is spent trying to figure out how the scene you are watching fits in with the rest. Many times it is inexplicable as to how, and when, the scenes mesh. The trouble with that is you don't get to enjoy any "story" while playing Sherlock Holmes with the vaporous plot. In trying to be avant-garde, Shane Carruth has made the common mistake that many writer-director-producers do: It seems he failed to ask anyone else if they understood what was going on before releasing this film. The end result is much like the Emperor's new clothes: some will claim to understand this "masterpiece", others with a more critical eye for story will see that this film as seriously flawed. Shane, if you read this review, please go buy a copy of McKee's "Story" and read it cover to cover before you film anything else.

Josef H (nl) wrote: Pretty good. Good use of shrink wrap. Plus some very original scenes.

Conrad T (gb) wrote: Watch instead of playing Street Fighter.

Miral K (ca) wrote: i really like the movie... And what a great happy end for all...

Shauna S (gb) wrote: Guilt, redemption, Elijah Wood. All the makings of a great movie.

Michael G (fr) wrote: Invisible Stripes is pretty forgettable. The story starts off misleading you into thinking its going to go off into about 5 other more interesting directions. Then things uncharacteristically come out of left field and leave you just waiting for the end. George Raft is pretty boring and the most interesting thing he's got going in Invisible Stripes is the disturbing relationship with his mother (which incidentally isn't worth watching the movie for) but its nice to see Bogart not play a total bad guy. Its odd to see William Holden this young even if his character doesn't really leave you caring what happens to him. Generally weak with a few moments of charm.

Scot C (au) wrote: Watched this again. What a superb film.

Kristin R (it) wrote: A much darker take on the classic Snow White premise, and probably one of my favourites, despite Kristen Stewart trying her best to make me hate it. The girl cannot act, and that fact that I put up with this entire movie was for the performance of Charlize Theron, who never disappoints on the big screen. The special effects and locations also make this a film well worth watching.

Sean D (it) wrote: More cookie cutter characters in a disaster film? Yup. Who's sick and tired of overly happy and perfect beginning of films for 5 to 10 films and then the rest of the film is straight drama with whining white people? I am. You know if half of the idiots from other races out there stopped complaining about white movies and actually stopped making cookie cutter love films themselves and actually branched out into other genres, we may actually have more variety than to be forced to endure medicore films like this. Again, another generic plot with the replacement of weather or zombies with the Rapture in the 2010 decade, this plot has beaten to death for some reason. At least the others are spoofs. Character development that we don't care for is galore in this film. I'm sick of people's petty problems only coming out during drama and that director's feel it is a good excuse to take up valuable screen and plot real estate. It's really not acceptable, as it has nothing at all to do with the plot of the film and really doesn't help further the storyline at all. The women are the highlights of this film. These are some of the least petty women you'll ever see. But their problem is that they are too quiet and don't really make any suggestions as to what they should do. 9 million characters go through a God crisis and as annoying as it may be, it's required for the plot. It's just a very subpar film.

WS W (ag) wrote: Fair, a bit lengthy though. Ray Winstone is just superb for his role here.