Five men wake up in a locked-down warehouse with no memory of who they are. They are forced to figure out who is good and who is bad to stay alive.

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Logan M (kr) wrote: For those who enjoy international animated features, "Phantom Boy" brings the right amounts of slick visuals and human emotions.

Jim A (ru) wrote: A totally unneeded sequel that feels like a retrend of the first movie. It feels good natured enough to not provoke any ill feelings and has its cute moments but it never rises to anything particularly amazing in the story department. Still much of its plot feels like padding and many of subplots boring. I can't muster up any hate for it but I can't feel to much at all for it

Corley J (mx) wrote: I like the idea of it but the movie just felt rush to me and it was not made well

Craig T (br) wrote: After the past movies Disney has put out over the last couple of years, I wasn't looking forward to this movie. I didn't want to see another bad DCOM. But, this movie proved me wrong. The music was great! The cast was great! And their was a great message. Thanks to Disney. This movie is one of the best they put out.

Andrew M (ca) wrote: When an M. Night Shyamalan film works, it really works: case in point, Signs. Shyamalan sticks with the supernatural after The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable, this time with a sci-fi twist reminiscent of the genre films of the 70s. It's not the most thrilling film, but what it lacks in thrills, Shyamalan makes up for in atmosphere. The film plays out exactly the way a story of this kind should, with a slow build up full of paranoia and shrouded in mystery. At its core, however, this is a story about faith, and the way people lose and restore it in their lives. This allows for many emotionally resonant moments within the film: a scene with Mel Gibson's character breaking down alongside his family at the dinner table is absolutely heartbreaking, and might even elicit some waterworks. Gibson is superb in his role as a father figure struggling with his own faith, and packs a lot of emotion into his role. Joaquin Phoenix is also stellar, with his own emltional moments to shine in as well. Even the child acting is great, with Rory Culkin and Abigail Breson giving surprisingly good performances. It starts to devolve in the final act, like many Shyamalan films do, but this is definitely one of the higher points of his career. This one packs both mystery and emotion into one solid package.

Daniel D (ru) wrote: I honestly think this movie was good. I mean the obsession from the character is the creepiest I've seen in psychological films. I would definitely recommend this film.

Anthony V (ca) wrote: Highly imaginative and stylishly directed. One of my favorites.

jesse k (nl) wrote: Well acted. Well paced. Where did they get the kid that played the young Christy? That kid might have a future. Christy finally gets laid in the end that that's the peroration.

Anthony K (au) wrote: A turning point? This was better than the last one. Still schlock as schlock can be

Ben R (es) wrote: What a total bore of a movie.This is supposed to be the first ever Russian Horror movie? I thought I was watching a russian live action disney movie with some monks and a "witch" in it. Still not sure what all the fuss is with this movie or why diluted people find this to be scary and good. Good thing I watched it for free...I think I need to give foreign movies a break for awhile because the last 5 or 6 I've watched have been total crap. Kinda burned out on them, and I won't be watching another russian movie anytime soon. I will give this a star and a half for the wacky weird ending.

Symon N (nl) wrote: Love it! Must watch!

Greg G (au) wrote: Struggled through this