Ghost in a Teeny Bikini

Ghost in a Teeny Bikini

A B-movie starlet and her boyfriend attend the reading of her rich uncle's will, unaware that his lawyer, a maid, a manservant and a sexy female ghost are all vying to undo their inheritance.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   manservant,   maid,  

A B-movie actress and her director boyfriend go to the spooky mansion of her rich uncle for the reading of his will, while her uncle's scheming lawyer and a sexy, playful female ghost vie to control the inheritance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Craig T (fr) wrote: Stone's film is accessible, compelling and visually first-rate. However fictional or slanted an account it is, it works both as an engaging motion picture and enraging indictment of how far in the dirt "the greatest nation in the world" is willing to dig to maintain that moniker. The cast is uniformly strong, but Levitt plays his tricky role particularly well. It's a terribly sad and uplifting film, worth the watch and very of our time.

Sutter S (ag) wrote: What a great movie! I not only learned about the hot coffee incident here in Albuquerque which was not a "frivolous lawsuit," but also supposed "tort reform."

Jayden C (br) wrote: really goodmust see

Felix B (us) wrote: One of the funniest movies I've EVER seen!

Eduardo A (gb) wrote: im still confused from what I seen. its a very weird odd film

Josh E (nl) wrote: Hilarious and at times cute teenage romp.

Brandon K (gb) wrote: I'm sorry but this film does not tell the story of Esther well at all. The script is awful, and the pacing is terrible.

Manny C (it) wrote: You can't find too much fault in a movie that actually mines a decent acting performance out of Tom Arnold of all people. Happy Endings centers on the lovely Maggie Gyllenhall as a singer sleeping with both Tom and his gay son (Jason Ritter). Add to the the never dull Lisa Kudrow out to find the son she gave up for adoption, with comedian Steve Coogan brooding over the fact that his lover (David Sutcliffe) provided the sperm that produced a baby for their two best lesbian friends (Laura Dern and Sarah Clarke). Writer-director Don Roos is an expert at blending angst with comedic wit, as he did so remarkably in The Opposite of Sex, but here he's more coasting. Happy Endings is a film that rambles and loses any sense of center. Still, Roos is not one to shy away from provocation. He's got that going for him.

John B (gb) wrote: Cute and inspiring without being cloying. It doesn't feel artificial and therefore can serve as an example to Hollywood on how to make a truly moving picture.

Suanne F (it) wrote: Not what I expected at all!

Al C (de) wrote: Remember "The Lost Boys"? That was a brilliant film wasn't it. If you liked that, you'll love this.

Luiserghio M (us) wrote: El Amor es Ms Fro que la Muerte es una pelicula que se siente muy moderna, aun cuando fue hecha hace mas de 40 aos, la imagen visula es interesante, la composicion es muy planificada y ensayada, aumentando el dramatismo de las tomas, la historia principal es simple, pero el sub plot es muy interesante al confrontarnos con preguntas acerca del por que de las acciones de sus protagonistas. Los celos, los deseos, las dualidades, son cosas que no se ven a simple vista o no son apreciados por todos, pero definitivamente estan ahi.

Kwong C (mx) wrote: Like one commentator said in the bonus feature, it's the saddest movie I ever saw, and that's only because it was so good and so touching.

Ellie B (kr) wrote: This is a pretty good movie, I'm just pretty disappointed that Harry didn't get a girl.

Mark N (ca) wrote: Atrociously slow and simplistic Steel Dawn evokes Mad Max's future of a world lacking technology and resources but spends most of it's time focus on day-to-day life than action, excitement or strong characters. Probably the only reason it is even vaguely remembered is Swayze's involvement and indeed he does a good job with the very little he is given to do.