The Ward

The Ward

A thriller centered on an institutionalized young woman who becomes terrorized by a ghost.

No one believes the claims of a young woman (Amber Heard) that a dead patient is stalking the residents of the psychiatric facility. As she struggles to escape, she will uncover a truth far more dangerous and horrifying than anyone could have imagined. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Ward torrent reviews

Noah N (au) wrote: 'Laurence Anyways' (2013) this is writer and director Xavier Dolan's third movie to what I like to call his 'Impossible Love Trilogy', which consist of his first three films: 'J'ai tu ma mre' (2008), 'Heartbeats' (2010), and now 'Laurence Anyways' (2013)! The story follows the relationship of Laurence Alia, a male-to-female transsexual (played by Melvil Poupaud), and her inamorata, Fred Belair (played by Suzanne Clment). This is not a film that discusses transsexuality, but an introspective, romantic tale of two, and the ups and downs of their relationship. These are real-life characters who you really get to see develop in the course of the 2 hours and 41 minutes, (Clment's character possibly even more so than Poupaud's). However, my major problem with this film is its overall running time. You take works like 'Avatar' (2009), 'The Dark Knight Rises' (2012), or any 'The Lord of The Rings' installments, which are all two hours plus and hold enough material to keep the audience undistracted from screen. Unfortunately, there are tedious moments here that just lack substance. I know how Dolan loves a chic soundtrack to go along with his lavish imagery, but quite frankly these artistic sequences are ultimately distractions from the story. Though this film really needs to be edited, it is STILL worthwhile for the top-notch acting delivered from the entire cast and especially from Suzanne Clment. If you have the patience to watch this, go right ahead!

Bob B (gb) wrote: I fee like I waited a lifetime for this

Steve G (mx) wrote: Overly simple, but sweet. Sad that Lanza died only a few months later. The Pagliacci performance steals the show. Also, the Pineapple song is noteworthy. Phenomenal voice.

Herman L (ag) wrote: Dit moet werklik die eerste fliek wees wat ek sien wat ou Dolf, alhoewel 'n byrolletjie, werklik iets goeds doen...;-) Die film probeer baie big budget lyk, maar faal net soos One Night with the King. Die akteurs lyk werklik na amateurs. DIe interessante van die film is egter die verhaal, wat die film red van 'n 0. Dit storie is werklik interessant, en baie vars as mens na die geykte moewies van Bybelverhale kyk. Werk redelik op DVD. Jan 2009.

jeremy y (au) wrote: Disappointing sequel.

Michael S (fr) wrote: Should have been a lurid, nasty thriller. Would have been that had, say, David Fincher directed it. Instead, it's Joel Schumacher. Yawn.

Raelene S (us) wrote: Well i can never fault Gene Kelly, even his worse films (Brigadoon anyone?) are still fun, this is great, its about a story told from 3 different perspectives about Gene and his 'Les Girls', YAY!!! Extra special thanks to my sister for phoning me up while i was watching it on TCM, how rude Kezbo!!

Steve W (jp) wrote: From the same writer of The Lady Vanishes, Night Train to Munich is a suspenseful and classy spy thriller which finds Rex Harrison as an undercover agent, trying to save a scientist/daughter duo from the Nazis. The movie piles on twist after twist, and overall its an incredibly stylish and tense adventure thriller.

Emod L (fr) wrote: 78%It's 80s cheese for sure, but Enemy Mine is quite a harmless flick about a man and his friend from a misunderstood alien race.

Moriah F (fr) wrote: One of my all time favorites.

Adam K (de) wrote: Dark, psychologically rich, evocative of childhood fever dreams and fantasies in a way I haven't experienced in a long time. Much of the protag's dialogue is dubbed, which contributes to the dreamy, surreal feel of the film rather than detracting from it. The art design is fabulous and fits in perfectly with the vaguely menacing, bleak moors where Anna dreams. In fact, it probably captures dreaming on a level I've only ever seen in The Science of Sleep (I usually hate movie dream sequences, so if Paperhouse had been done a bit less artfully, I would have hated it; half of the film takes place in Anna's dreams). While it's not as dangerous and therefore not as frightening as more conventional horror movies, it's certainly not afraid to play with hostility, abuse, fear, and mortal peril.

John P (au) wrote: Don't waste your time on this one

Tamiya B (ca) wrote: this movie was boring for the most part. I watched it all just to see where it was leading which was no were.

bill s (ag) wrote: A rather poor man's Road Warrior on the water......silly but it has it's moments.