The Woman In Black

The Woman In Black

The story follows a young lawyer, Arthur Kipps, who is ordered to travel to a remote village and sort out a recently deceased client’s papers. As he works alone in the client’s isolated house, Kipps begins to uncover tragic secrets, his unease growing when he glimpses a mysterious woman dressed only in black. Receiving only silence from the locals, Kipps is forced to uncover the true identity of the Woman in Black on his own, leading to a desperate race against time when he discovers her true identity.

Arthur Kipps is a widowed lawyer. He is sent to a remote village where he discovers the vengeful ghost of a scorner woman is terrorizing the locals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Woman In Black torrent reviews

C b (au) wrote: Based on actual events, an Alaskan State Trooper tracks down a serial rapist and murder, Robert Hansen who manages to avoid justice for over a decade. With Nicholas Cage, John Cusack and Vanessa Hudgens, Director Scott Walker has a heavy weight line up to help bring the events to life. While the wintry backdrop and cinematography illustrate a chilling environment, the story somewhat lacks bite. Oscar winner, Cage delivers an acceptable performance while Cusack, who dons the more challenging serial killer hat, makes an admirable effort. The standout performance is of Vanessa Hudgens who portrays a teenage prostitute that managed to escape Hansen's clutches. The Frozen Ground is an interesting film and worth watching if you're in the mood for a thrilling bio-drama however it won't win any awards and certainly won't be a part of your 'must see' collection.

Clement B (mx) wrote: Insightful inspirational and challenging all at the same time

Daniel C (ca) wrote: [color=black]An underground drug movie that was well directed, but wasn't enough to reach it's full potential. The best performance is given by Tom Guiry (Black Donnellys, Mystic River)[/color]

Rebecca J (ru) wrote: Doesn't get any better...

Lee M (it) wrote: One of Francis Ford Coppola's great movies that slipped through the cracks in the late 80's.

Chantelle H (kr) wrote: Amazing I like the bit were it is the military fairy it's hilarious you have to see it

Matt B (gb) wrote: A great document of an important cultural event in our country. The breakthrough performances of Jimi Hendrix and The Who, and really a huge moment in rock history, maybe even as much as Woodstock. The performance by Ravi Shankar at the end is worth watching the movie in itself. It is amazing to watch him perform. I wish there was more behind the scenes or interviews with musicians and audience, but as a performance document this is top notch.

Wendy B (ca) wrote: Watched this for years on video growing up, and recently rented this from Netflix. For a movie made in the 40's, there were some outstanding special effects that were state-of-the-art at that time. That's what caught my eye. It was also great to see how comedy can be very well-blended into this murder mystery. Billie Burke (known for her "Glinda--Good Witch of the North" role in The Wizard of Oz) did a fantastic job playing the ditzy wife of Topper, while Joan Blondell (who had a cameo as a waitress in Grease) plays the murder victim with a lot of playfulness, sass, and of course, smarts. And who could ever forget poor Eddie "Rochester" Anderson and the falls he had into the water, with an adorable seal who kept pushing the poor man back into the water every time he tried to get out! :)

Dave C (es) wrote: Pity about the ending

Jamie S (mx) wrote: Wait! He isn't dead!Shia surprise!there's a gun to your head,and death in his eyes!

Stuart K (jp) wrote: Produced and directed by John and Roy Boulting (Brighton Rock (1947), The Family Way (1966) and Twisted Nerve (1968), and based on the novel Private Life by Alan Hackney, who also wrote the screenplay with the Boultings. This is a sequel to Private's Progress (1956), which the Boultings directed and it shared a lot of the same cast. This is a very funny film with some very observant jokes. Undergraduate Stanley Windrush (Ian Carmichael) has left the army, and is looking to find employment, but he always struggles at the interview stage. However, Stanley's uncle Bertram Tracepurcel (Dennis Price) helps him get employment at the missile factory he owns, and Stanley's bumbling actions grab the attention of personnel manager personnel manager Major Hitchcock (Terry-Thomas), but it's communist steward and union leader Fred Kite (Peter Sellers) who is most interested in Stanley. After Hitchcock sneakily employs time and motion man Waters (John Le Mesurier) to study Stanley working fast. It causes a small strike which becomes nationwide. It's a good little comedy, although you can't believe it gets away with a lot of things that seemed innocent and everyday back then, like attitudes to foreigners and union activities. But it also makes use of nudist camp gags and even vomiting jokes, which seem commonplace now. However, this is worth it for the brilliant cast.