Mausoleum

Mausoleum

Traumatized by her mother's death, young Susan is becoming possessed by the same demon that possessed her mother before she died. More and more her husband and psychiatrist are noticing the strange changes

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:96 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   murder,   wine,  

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KARLA E (fr) wrote: Loved it. Kinda sad, but the story was well told. I keep falling for Mr. McGregor a little more every time I see him, and this did just that.

Jim H (us) wrote: It's such an uninspired, problematic and predictable story that cast and crew don't even try to at least make it look different. The only thrill, perhaps, is when you learn that it was originally planned as a low-budget feature for 200,000$ when a studio adopted it and threw in more than 30,000,000$.

abdurahman m (kr) wrote: okeyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Ann P (ru) wrote: Not sure what the title is supose to mean?Interesting characters and story, yet slow at times.

Keenan S (gb) wrote: Tremors 4 is my second favorite of the series after the original, and it is one of the more inventive entries of the series. I enjoyed this film's setting as opposed to rehashing the previous three, and I also enjoyed the origins story of the town and the creatures that would later invade again. This film still has plenty of action, lots of humor, and solid acting overall. It's a very underrated sequel.

Nicki M (de) wrote: If Demi strutting around like a skinned chicken in an excessive amount of strip scenes doesn't make you want to die, the constant use of Annie Lennox and eurythmics songs will do it for you.

Robert M (es) wrote: Cheesy adaptation of the Most Dangerous Game, but it's also quite a bit of fun.

David K (nl) wrote: Fellini loves characters. He loves filling his movies with them and using them to convey emotions from every angle. "E la nave Va" is filled with characters. Some of them are funny, others are serious. Some are odd, and some are normal. Some are beautiful and some are even ugly. Fellini doesn't care who they are, but it doesn't mean he doesn't care about them. I can't say "E la nave Va" is a plot driven film. The plot could be explained in one sentence: On the eve of World War I, various aristocrats, high artists, and statesman travel aboard a cruise ship to honor a recently deceased opera singer and spread her ashes by a remote island. Really, that's it. So how can this fill two hours? The characters. Whether you love it or hate it, this movie is just about the experience of being aboard this ship. I first thought the film was trying to tell me something about life and how it continues on whether we like it or not. ("And the Ship Sails On?" Duh.) But then the narrator makes a claim early in the film along the lines of, "Every idea comes from somewhere and even this one is nothing new." Okay, that's fine. But what's the point? The point is that there is no point. Fellini is notorious for his surrealist cinema. His oddball and zany movies are ones that have inspired generations. "E la nave Va" is a surrealist film; sometimes being silly just because it can. Unfortunately for me, it didn't amount to anything. The production design is outstanding and the cinematography and acting is all great. I loved the use of opera and some of the musical sequences were pitch perfect. But I just didn't care about any of it. I didn't care about these characters or their situations. I didn't care how they were there mourning the death of a character we never meet. I didn't care that there was a lovesick rhinoceros in the cargo hold. I didn't care about the refugees who were rescued and brought aboard the ship. I didn't even care when the ship got attacked. I really wanted to love "E la nave Va," but it turns out to be nothing more than average.

J B (ca) wrote: Ehh. Doris Day's character got on my nerves. Pillow Talk was way better.