Ghost Graduation

Ghost Graduation

A teacher with paranormal abilities helps a group of ghosts graduate high school.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   teacher,   school,  

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Ghost Graduation torrent reviews

Nathaniel W (nl) wrote: Despite its lack of linearity with its own setup timeline and glossing over and missing of big parts of our gaming culture, especially today, this serves a great look into what videogames mean to many (including many big names) and does touch on some controversial topics well.Variance Films' more so consumer's sort of take on our favourite industry beats 7 levels out of 10!

Mad M (kr) wrote: Entertaining. Well executed and fun. A few good laughs too. The themes are very familiar, and the twists are predictable.

This account N (br) wrote: Arbitrage is a classy financial thriller that keeps you tense until the very last minute. The elegance with which Richard Gere seems to suffer through hell is worth watching. Susan Sarandon and a very ad hoc soundtrack complete the success.

Sean C (jp) wrote: Amusing, if overlong, horror movie that has nicely pitched performances and enough recognisable faces to lift this above the standard. The director has done well with a less than Hollywood-sized budget.

Viviane G (fr) wrote: Maravilhoso registro!

Nick S (ca) wrote: Who do any of these rip-off characters remind you of?

Phil H (fr) wrote: First came Morticia Addams in the 30's from cartoonist Charles Addams, then along came Maila Nurmi and her classic B-movie/TV horror host creation Vampira, then finally in the 80's America introduced us to Elvira. It turns out Elvira was actually used to host the TV show 'Fright Night' after Maila Nurmi quit the show.The 'Fright Night' show bosses needed a new host in the same vain as Vampira so they simply put out a casting call for someone to fill the role. Cassandra Peterson got the part and created the new image for the Vampira-esque host. Although another source says the bosses hired Peterson to play the new Vampira without telling Nurmi. Hence Nurmi quit on creative difference and tried to sue Peterson. Either way both creations are clear rip offs from Charles Addams original lady in black.Elvira is pretty much the pinnacle of mid 80's American culture. That trashy Guns n Roses, G.I.Joe, Garbage Pail Kids, bubblegum MTV pop culture era where gory horror films were rampant, Freddy Krueger was virtually a national icon, gruesome toys like Madballs and My Pet Monster were the norm, whilst gruesome toys like Teddy Ruxpin and Cabbage Patch Kids were scarily suppose to be harmless brrr. Yes I lived in the US back in 87 so I know.It always amazed me how things like Elvira got on TV, but I guess with literately hundreds of TV channels there's a place for everything. Something that kids (and adults) back in the UK at the time found astonishing, the thought of so many channels including ones solely for cartoons!!.This film was pretty much an extension of a very simple idea to simply push the franchise further. There really is no plot involved whatsoever, Elvira turns up in a typical squeaky clean wholesome all American town to claim inheritance from her dead great aunt. Naturally this makes all the bland dull good little housewives of the town jealous and upset of this slutty gothic temptress, can you see where this is going yet?. Oh and Elvira's evil uncle is the local Warlock trying to take over the world by getting his hands on an ancient spellbook that Elvira has just inherited, simple.So apart from the odd moment of cheesy rubber hand puppet horror and evil sorcery the film is mainly chock full of sexual innuendo's or dirty double entendres, pretty much revolving around Peterson's ample boobies or ass. She has her razor sharp sarcastic wit, well kinda, its not really funny, more predictable and catty if anything. The mansion she inherits is your typical 'Munster' type establishment with complimentary interior, not a long shot from 'The Addams Family' either of course. The film is soft and hammy but good natured I suppose, there is nothing really threatening here as we all know the score. When I was a kid I found the sight of fishnet stockings and tight black leotards extremely interesting, I still do of course but the film definitely feels more risky and sexual to the impressionable young male mind.One of those ideas that works much better with a regular TV slot. Not a horrible film but hardly something to remember, more of a fun history lesson in 80's Americana. The Vegas finale dance routine is slightly naughty with some revealing outfits but I'm not complaining.

addie (nl) wrote: It was way ahead of it's time, an early anti Viet Nam War, film.important story, well told, well acted.

Dr P (ca) wrote: Solid, Heartwarming, and an absolute delight, with the main character a gentleman, not an indecent scumbag.

Tim H (jp) wrote: It's bizarre watching this movie. The budget and style is that of the B-Movie westerns, but Fuller is defenitely seen in the dark edge to this movie. Act one is a little weak, but the rest of the movie is absolutely fantastic. I can't agree that Ford is described as sympathetic, so that confuses me. Outside of that, this movie is fantastic.

Jesse W (es) wrote: Utterly fascinating and moving. One of the most essential Documentaries in the film industry.

Tiny T (au) wrote: Yikes... that was awful. Possible career ender for Olivia Wilde.

WS W (it) wrote: Same old shit again & again & again & again...

Milena H (it) wrote: Epic and simply beautiful. Valhalla Rising is more like nordic Renaissance painting than "classic" movie. Muddy shades of melancholically sublime landscape, foggy sky, water - deadly and cleansing in the same time - and scarred not scared warrior fufilling the fate. Hypnotic masterpiece with just few lines of dialogs and mind-blowing music, where every single pose is an aesthetical metaphor. Highly symbolic is presence (I do not want to write performance becouse this is something else and something more than this) of Mads Mikkelsen - hes existing in film industry in the same way. This man can tell everything just with a sight (of one eye..).