A burglar falls for an heiress as she dies in his arms. When he learns that he has the gift of reincarnation, he sets out to save her.
- Stars:Haylie Duff, Lisa Sheridan, Jason Brooks, C. Thomas Howell, Barbara Niven, Colin Farrell, Matt Bomer, Lucy Griffiths, Michael Patrick Crane, Brian Hutchison, Kevin Corrigan, Alan Doyle, Russell Crowe, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jon Patrick Walker, David O'Brien Hart, William Hurt, Maurice Jones, Mckayla Twiggs, Matthew R. Staley,
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Bonnie Z (es) wrote: The movie started off slowly, but quickly picked up speed, and ended powerfully. I don't usually like to read my movies, but this one was definitely worth it to watch.
Marina U (mx) wrote: shuuunn!! terlalu kereeen akh! hihihihihihi....
James H (au) wrote: I can see why someone wouldn't like this film and I'm not going to try and convince anyone that it's perfect. However, I find this movie positively hilarious. A comedy has never made me laugh like this one. This brilliant Wayans brothers comedy has so many quotable one liners and the funny performances make up for its average plot. Terry Crews in particular is very funny.
Jibrail F (mx) wrote: i don't get why people hate this movie, i just don't. I can understand not thinking it's funny, or that it's badly written or edited, but not hatred. i found it entertaining and not too hard to follow, even though i didn't see the first 10min. i'm half willing to believe that everyone is giving it bad reviews for irony, though i can understand the low box office with a release title as long as that. i seriously don't get why so many hate this movie.
Pavandeep S (gb) wrote: A highly unusual work, a stark contrast with Numero Deux, very much more philosophical, and less focused on political dialectic. It's fascinating to see quotes and anecdotes thrown aroundm on sexuality and on love itself. Difficult to understand, but fascinating all the same.
Jennifer B (mx) wrote: While the mental patients are clearly actors, the idea for this film is great! Very entertaining :)
Matt M (au) wrote: Wheelchair kid+steep hill=Hilarity ensues. But those aliens were a lot creepier than the ones Ripley fought.
Andrew C (au) wrote: A fun family movie that will entertain everybody.
Gwen D (jp) wrote: One of the first 'Carry On' films and is completely smut-free - which is why I like it. This film has a lot of visual gags and is completely safe to show even young children.
Collin c (ru) wrote: For its time, Alfred Hitchcock ' s psycho- is a great suspenseful thriller with many twists and turns. it didn't need a load of gore to be a great horror film. Anthony Perkins is fantastic as the crazy Norman bates
David K (gb) wrote: Great movie. Morgan Freeman was excellent as usual.
JohnnyLee T (mx) wrote: I first saw this as an 11 year old when my father took me to see it when it was first released. So it has nostalgic value for me. Its scenes of fog, broken lifts, shadows on billowing curtains in the dark and of course the ending stayed with me until I saw it again decades later with the advent of the DVD. I may not have understood all the motivation for what was happening, but it was an incredibly well-photographed film and remains memorable for that reason, and of course Doris Day.
David A (nl) wrote: Very unwatchable. It has a few "descent" songs, but they cannot save the film's bland storyline and cheap animation. (Yes, I know the movie was made for direct-to-video, but still, put some effort into it.) A very, very bad film.
Simon T (es) wrote: Deeply silly, deeply plagiaristic, but still enormous fun. What helps is the acting (better than it should be for this kind of popcorn), the excellent special FX, and the unapologetic way it references every disaster movie ever made. Even the main theme is note-for-note James Horner's Titanic! You'll laugh out loud at its corniness, but in a good way.
Ryan V (ca) wrote: For an unexplained reason, a pretentious acting troupe decides to stage a resurrection ritual on a cemetery isle that's reputed to be haunted. To the surprise of everyone except the audience, this witchcraft results in a horde of undead cannibals that attack anyone they can get their fetid clutches upon. The micro-budget of this B-Movie does allow for some passable zombie mayhem, but viewers won't get to that until the final third of the film. Until then, they're asked to endure a horrible script, hammy acting, shitty lighting, a plodding pace, and subpar production values. Director Bob Clark would later shoot successful films like Porkys and A Christmas Story, but this obnoxious Romero clone is an unmistakable turd.