Hush Little Baby
A young mother suffers her worst nightmare -the drowning of her young daughter. Two years later, Jamie gives birth to another girl. After a series of suspicious accidents, Jamie becomes haunted by fears that her dead daughter's vengeful spirit has returned in her new baby. Is she right, or is guilt over her daughter's death pushing her sanity over the edge? Written by Anonymous
- Stars:Victoria Pratt, Ari Cohen, Johanna Black, Tiffany Amiot, Barbara Gates Wilson, Tom Carey, Richard James Hilchie, Lorelai Carey, Adam Schwartz, Georgie Daburas, Lorena Gale, Roberta Maura Phillips, Ron Barge, Phil Chipera, Chris Ippolito,
- Director:Holly Dale,
- Writer:Philip Levens, Ian Kessner
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Hush Little Baby torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: What an amazing story :)
(mx) wrote: A hybrid of Western and Eastern horror tropes, this is a stand-up movie where everyone gets a little, and not one gets everything they deserve. Mildly derivative, there are still two or three well-done plot twists.
(fr) wrote: If you want to witness the destruction of avarice helplessly, is your definite choice, rather than the so-called classics on greed like Citizen Kane and Wall Street, for we have experienced the collapse of love in family, the most reliable support here. What a hideous performance from Bette Davis, which can be on a par with Baby Jane Hudson. The cruelty is punished at the end, but in contemporary times, the greed is just becoming more and more everlasting. The moral criticism just doesn't work anymore.
(au) wrote: Funny the first time, but sequel flopped.
(br) wrote: i love this picture would watch it over and over
(de) wrote: - This is just one of those movies I like to watch every once in a while. It's highly amusing and fun to see Murphy and Hall play several roles each. - This movie is just a lot of fun...saw it several times when i was younger, and it still holds up!
(ca) wrote: The film's best recommendation to today's viewer is the presence of Julie Christie. She's even ten times as lovely in this film - white go-go boots and all - as we remember her elsewhere. She makes her dated outfits and hair-dos simply glisten. If the viewer found Christie gorgeous and lovable elsewhere, this film will deliver an even much sweeter treat. Despite its "AFI Laughs" award, there's actually very little comedy to be found in this supposedly satiric look at 1970s hairdresser Beatty mindlessly and unethically romping his way through "60s/70s free love" from one lady to another, married and single, even a mother and daughter (a very young Carrie Fisher). Perhaps it was supposed to be humorous in that the male characters are so shallow. However shallow does not automatically equal funny. This film, at some sort of symbolic level, is attempting to document the end of that period of American culture, where people such as Beatty discovered just how shallow and incomplete such a life could be. It also documents the end of the real life Beatty/Christie affair - and their emotional distance plays right into their characters. Warden as Christie's sugar daddy plays flat. The same can be said of Goldie Hawn as Beatty's two-timed, ur, many-timed, girlfriend. Only recommended to viewers hankering to see Christie at her best.
(kr) wrote: A highly typical disaster film from the mid 70s. Like the others it has a cast of recognizable celebrities, who don't get to do much else than be normal people. It doesn't really stand out as a good movie by any means, but it isn't bad either. There is some genuine suspense in the middle of it, anyway.
(us) wrote: Sandra knew her husband was going to die and she still couldn't save him. incompetent and frustrating.
(br) wrote: More naff nonsense with some fun bits.
(ca) wrote: Sometimes I find myself thinking about this film, especially the part about Elliott throwing rabbits at the window. This film is pretty funny.