The Ghost Goes West
An American businessman's family convinces him to buy a Scottish castle and disassemble it to ship it to America brick by brick, where it will be put it back together. The castle though is not the only part of the deal, with it goes the several-hundred year old ghost who haunts it.
- Stars:Robert Donat, Jean Parker, Eugene Pallette, Elsa Lanchester, Ralph Bunker, Patricia Hilliard, Everley Gregg, Morton Selten, Chili Bouchier, Mark Daly, Herbert Lomas, Elliott Mason, Hay Petrie, Quentin McPhearson,
- Director:René Clair,
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The Ghost Goes West torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Are these ratings a joke? The "professional critics" contributing to Rotten Tomatoes ratings cannot be trusted anymore. This movie is laughably bad. The lines are hokey and the delivery by some of the actors is atrocious. It's like when they do kid theater on The Tonight Show. It seriously seems like it was written by a 9 year old.
(jp) wrote: Jokes go from good to very bad.....(Netflix)
(ru) wrote: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter has pretty good visuals, but it is melodramatic, stupid, has bad action, and is a terrible movie. Abraham Lincoln is a great man and should not be made fun of in a stupid movie like this.
(au) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/12/2010)
(fr) wrote: First off, it would have been a lot easier to like this movie if I connected with the main characters relationship in any way. I didn't, and that took me out of much of the movie. It was an intriguing concept, but painfully underdeveloped at times. The slow moving plot didn't help it's cause either. Basically, it's a shame because it could have been much better.
(mx) wrote: Au-del de la performance technique (un seul plan sequence de87 min.)Une balade vaporeuse la poursuite de deux fantmes, dans un lieu charg d'histoire.
(mx) wrote: Oh, dear. Now, I suppose I'll have to finish the book.
(es) wrote: tim roth hooked up to a lie detector has a war of wits against two cops played by chris penn and michael rooker, brought in for a murder of a prostitute played by renee zelwegger, is he guilty or inocent, but what does matter is what hes got or trying to do to the two cops, emotions and past encounters come to the table, well acted all round, very tense moments while in room, and also very engageing outside room, as we delve into there lives and the past, arguably one of roths best performances, really keeping you guessing to what his motives are, if any, a good little murder mystery thrown in, and zellwegger when she was actually a good actress.
(br) wrote: All of the performances, in this film, are amazing, but nothing tops Gary Oldman's portrayal of Beethoven. He lets you see his dark side, while making you feel pity, for him. I was very moved, by his performance.
(br) wrote: Quite Controversial With The Issues It Explores For Its Time. Depicts The 'Cycle Of Violence' & Re-Directed Hate As People Cope With Their Demons In A Short, But Concise Story.
(us) wrote: This movie shouldn't work, but it does. Just as surrealism should be -- brimming with ideas and style. Pattinson delivers a droll performance that matches the film's mood perfectly. A highly underrated experimental film from Cronenberg.
(kr) wrote: Vampires, lycans, good actors, action. Nice plot.