The House That Jack Built
The film tells the story of Jack Filice Jr., an heir to a Hollywood Italian-American dynasty. As his father, Jack Sr.(played Tony-award winning Joe Mantegna), lays dying, he asks his only son to preserve the family estate, and to never tear it down. The pact is made, but within a year, the cocky young music producer, demolishes the estate and builds his "party palace". On the night of Jack's house warming party, friends and family party into the early morning, unaware of the "monstrous spirit" who returns to murder them one-by-one, until only his grandson is left to destroy.
- Stars:Joe Mantegna, Gail O'Grady, Suzanne Happ, Monica Allgeier, Michael Guarnera, Jessica Anderson, Chantelle Barry, Justin Shilton, Arielle Brachfeld, Peter Onorati, Ashlee Curtis, Elana Fargquarson, Steve Filice, Micaela Gruber, Carissa Kosta,
- Director:Bruce Reisman,
- Writer:Kris Black, Bruce Reisman
The film tells the story of Jack Filice Jr., an heir to a Hollywood Italian-American dynasty. As his father, Jack Sr.(played Tony-award winning Joe Mantegna), lays dying, he asks his only ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The House That Jack Built torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Compelling drama about the ruthlessness of the samurai code in 17th century Japan. Beautifully shot and choreographed, if a little slow and dark (literally!) at times.
(it) wrote: Not interesting and isn't that entertaining but the idea is new, and the film doesn't feel too boring despite its cons.
(gb) wrote: Greate film. Best tiger film in the world! ever
(es) wrote: Cute.. but to be honest, some pieces of it are completely idiotic.. my brain filtered those out while watching and I was able to enjoy the rest.. lol.. The stupid "gay" lessons, and the american militia bs was just plain dumb.. take those out and the rest was really quite adorable.. Nothing new for LGBTQ film making.. but.. sometimes you just want something that isn't taking itself too seriously. It fit the bill for today.
(ru) wrote: This movie is an unsung hero from the early 90s...
(ca) wrote: l enjoyed the sequel as much as the first one even though it's essentially the same film!
(fr) wrote: One of the most haunting documentaries ever made. Resnais is not afraid to use an accusatory tone in his depition of the Nazi horrors of concentration camps, through the most brutal authentic images of the time and a hard hitting voice of god narration. While the structure of this work is relatively simple, it is most effective and unsympathetic towards its audience, making it one of the most unique and honest works playing with the viewer's conscience.
(it) wrote: I think there are some pretty interesting themes going on here (several that I think The Matrix mirrored), especially during the second half when they're talking about memories and what makes us humans. However, the dialogue is kind of absurd and silly.
(fr) wrote: It??s very odd for me to see a Ford-directed Shirley Temple film. I do not usually associate these two film icons with one another. Ford manages to create the correct atmosphere and add some solemnity and gravity to the typical Temple picture. Temple definitely had star quality; I can see why she was so beloved. An odd, but effective film.
(it) wrote: It's been 20+ years since I've last seen WB, and although I'm no longer an angsty teen, the trage-romance still speaks to me. Leigh is magnificent and Taylor is dashing; my only complaint is the anachronistic costuming. 4 1/2 stars for one of my top 3 fave Leigh films (and even despite that - and the other two versions - I still think this could be remade and be magnificent if done correctly)