The Unseen

The Unseen

A nanny taking care of two kids discover secrets hidden in an old spooky house in their neighborhood.

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The Unseen torrent reviews

Juli N (au) wrote: Everyone involved with the filming and distribution of this film should be subjected to a public flogging!

James O (gb) wrote: A top notch British film about a girl struggling to get out of an Essex estate. Realness. Excellent this and some really superb acting all round.

Caleb C (jp) wrote: Also, want to see...still scared of Bjork.

David J (au) wrote: Sexy, but poorly acted and a pretty dumb plot anchor this scuba thriller firmly to the ocean floor.

Frances H (ca) wrote: Just didn't hold my attention. Danes' character is too boring.

Kelly G (gb) wrote: Interesting...but pretty messed up. Looking at it with a critiquing eye and paying special attention to techniques is probly more interesting than the actual plot.

Siddikha N (jp) wrote: nice ok-ish family drama!

Michael L (br) wrote: people live, people die, people fail, people dont do much...a lot and a little happens in 7 years. it is fascinating to watch the folly of youth turn to cyncism to malaise. bring on the next one!

Ralph R (kr) wrote: I'll eat an Irish grape farmer's Scottish terrier before I watch this eggnog-o-rama.

Bre Bre A (it) wrote: ~~sad movie ~~~ Dave Franco thoe~?~?~?~?

THEdjpluto (it) wrote: This is pure, movie magic. Never fails to send a chill down your spine and a tear to your eye. Splendid acting and intriguing story are what really propel this movie.

Jonathan G (fr) wrote: Great acting directing fun characters overall a animation movie that isn't just for kids

Gabriel C (ag) wrote: An okay film with a likeable cast and nice animation.

Brendan N (ag) wrote: A tad conventional but uplifting story that probably every guy would share some reflection. The cast is brilliant and share one of those genuinely funny bond. The clich (C)s are all there but you are willing to forgive once the film clicks along.