The Marsh

The Marsh

Writer Claire Holloway is troubled by nightmares of Rose Marsh Farm. She decides to vacation at the farm which unbeknown to her is haunted by the ghost of a little girl and a teenage boy. Claire enlists the help of Geoffry Hunt to help uncover a decade old tragedy.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   artist,   occult,  

A young beautiful but stressed out children's writer seeks out a holiday in the country but becomes the lead character in a supernatural mystery she must solve to save her life . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Marsh torrent reviews

Angela L (mx) wrote: It was ok n is definately a rental

Sam E (kr) wrote: Director Kevin Asch failed to evoke any real seriousness or emotion in Holy Rollers. Plus, the movie shifts between Samuel's (Eisenberg) meeting with his potential wife and his first drug exchange so quickly that the viewer may be confused as to what transpired during that short time period. Yet, Jesse Eisenberg' character is well-portrayed and Justin Bartha plays the Orthodox Jews-gone-bad Yosef perfectly.

Philip B (kr) wrote: A tolerably interesting movie; the language thing seemed unnecessary, though.

Joey S (es) wrote: A romantic thriller of sorts, and a great one at that, Broken Embraces is full of excitement, romance, and a whole lot of melodrama. It tells the story (within a story) of Mateo Blanco, a director who fell in love with a married actress, but the actress's old and jealous husband was all too displeased with her affair. Mateo ended up losing his lover and his eyesight, and now must recount the whole story to his young friend whilst unraveling the mysteries of his past in the process. Both Penlope Cruz and Lluis Homar are great as the two co-stars and, despite the movie's intentionally soapy storyline, their performances infuse it with an emotional and personal touch. Oddly enough I enjoyed this much more than Spanish director Pedro Almodvar's previous film Volver, which was more critically-acclaimed but didn't really hold my interest as tightly as Broken Embraces did. Nonetheless, Broken Embraces is a very enjoyable and consistently entertaining movie that is as exciting as it is accessible, and makes for another very good movie from Almodvar.

J Chrissy R (us) wrote: What a culture shock for this kid, I'm interested.

Matt M (ca) wrote: A troubled musician is released from the mental hospital and goes back to live with his 16-year-old daughter who is not exactly thrilled to have him back - particularly seeing as he seems obsessively keen in digging up a hidden treasure. The screenplay is unbalanced; the realistic way in which it portrays its characters seems to work against the formulaic and shallow narrative structure, with its heavy use of narration. Douglas in the lead role is a plus.

Ali M (it) wrote: An excellent all round film, from its storyline to its cast. It has elements of X-Men meets Alias. The story runs well taking you from the very beginning to a mouthwatering 'want more' ending. All the characters have their own identities and allow you to understand their feelings and emotions without the need for the usual complex and barely believable plot twists to explain seemingly unnecessary plot rollercoasters. From early on you get very comfortable with the characters and find them very easy to follow and understand, the actors and actresses making this very easy.

bill s (mx) wrote: Gets interesting just when you can't take it anymore.

Dann M (jp) wrote: With Jersey Girl, Kevin Smith abandons his loyal fans and attempts to make a conventional/generic comedy. The film follows a music publicist named Ollie Trinke who moves back home to New Jersey to raise his daughter after his life is reduced to shambles by the death of his wife and loss of his job. Newcomer Raquel Castro owns this film and is radiant; having great chemistry with Affleck as his daughter. However, Liv Tyler has no chemistry with anyone and gives a terrible performance. Some of the writing carries Smith's witty, sardonic style, but it's less focused than his previous scripts. And, there are some tonal issues as the dramatic themes are often undercut by random bits of raunchy comedy. Jersey Girl has its moments and is a bit of fun, but it lacks Kevin Smith's voice.

Mayger Z (br) wrote: Q te puedo decir de estas peli ochentosas jajajajajjaja

Scott R (fr) wrote: I had a great time with this silly movie. Simple and well done.

Prashanth J (br) wrote: A wonderful and enthralling comedy..I would suggest for anyone who are en route to getting married :)

Merry J (nl) wrote: This was a really good movie. It was inspiring and the music was fantastic.

Jon S (mx) wrote: Unbreakable is a masterpiece that has aged incredibly well. The critics were wrong and this film is just now getting it's due.

solidity q (de) wrote: Very compelling. A true story. Well... to a degree. I'm sure Hollywood took some liberties.