The House That Never Dies

The House That Never Dies

Story based on the legendary mansion at No. 81 on Chaoyangmennei Street in Beijing, which local legend says is haunted by the ghost of a Kuomintang official's wife, who committed suicide in the home around the time of the Cultural Revolution. The film follows Xu Ruoqing a woman whose presence in the notorious mansion draws up the spirits that have taken residence there.

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Jamie F (ru) wrote: Huge shock, this sucks. Big time.

Paul C (gb) wrote: Creepy "evil psychic twins" horror flick. The twin leads (Gary + Edmund Entin) do a good job and Orlando Jones shows that he can handle a dramatic role. No big surprises, but well done and entertaining.

Andy C (au) wrote: Movie about "god" alan shearer...and northerners scrounging...great laugh

Josh M (es) wrote: Though Robin Williams proves to be an actor for both drama and comedy. Every aspect of this film(writing, directing, acting), put together could be called the equivalent to a coffee with far too much sweetener.

Zack L (ru) wrote: This is a great movie and also means a lot to me. It has helped me when I felt down and miss my Grammy for the fact that it came out when she passed. I hope others will also enjoy

James M (it) wrote: A great thriller from Australia which plays like Badlands in the Outback. Frances O'Conner is excellent.

Eifion P (br) wrote: Great fun - Wilder and Radnor take us on a crazy chase

Jeffrey K (ca) wrote: The title is about all the big-name stars that signed on to this rather boring movie.

Dylan P (mx) wrote: What can I say except that this is a masterpiece? What hasn't been said about this classic? It's an incredible film. Well directed, adapted nicely from a brilliant novel and casting was perfect. Characters like the Ewells, Calpurnia, Tom Robinson and Heck Tate were played to perfection. And they did the impossible-child actors who could act. But there are two special performances I must credit, done by two of the greatest actors of all time. First of all, Robert Duvall as Boo Radley. He doesn't say a word, yet through facial expression he perfectly expresses the character. The other genius is Gregory Peck. The best movie dad and movie lawyer is Atticus Finch, due to Peck's riveting and pitch-perfect performance. This film deserves its 3 oscars. It's just a masterpiece. Nothing else to it.

Amanda P (mx) wrote: Some beautiful shots and great moments, but wedged in between plenty of typicalitude.

Dan M (ca) wrote: There are some great songs in this, and fun dance scenes, but this is the kind of musical that isn't my favorite: the kind where many of the songs could fit into any movie and really don't have much to do with the story at all. There are some songs that work well for this movie, but there are too many scenes where the story just stops for another song/dance number that does not move the story along at all. Also, I don't buy the love story. As much as I love the song "Easter Parade," if the lyrics say "I'll be all in clover" why not dress someone in clover?

Sgt C (jp) wrote: (73%)One of the finest child performances in film history, and the adults don't do too badly either. A charming, well written and almost perfectly shot comedy drama that doesn't go for the easy, overly-sugary route that a lesser film would have.

Megan T (au) wrote: I think this movie is worth the watch at the very least so you can laugh your ass off.