Ghost Family is not a bad gross-out comedy horror. Whilst there are a few laughs in the film, it's the gory laughs. The main act is a family who, when the mother dies, inherit her home. Unfortunately, she is the type person who doesn't like cleaning and leaves the rooms in a rather messy state. The children take it upon themselves to tidy up the rooms and start cleaning. As they do so, the children start to see things in the rooms starting with one lady with two faces. There are a few character stories, revolving around the teenage boy, the bratty sister and the older girl. It all works pretty well keeping the family with the movie well enough. There is a house in the hood action as well.
My grandfather and I went on a road trip to tackle the city in Search Of Heaven. This is a short film directed by our group. It is a great and modest cinematographic journey through the streets. The story takes place in the dead of night in the city, in a way in which the development of the country happens, but also as happens with the real country when there are no signs. Spiritually made, with a theme of hope and to see the bad things of the world in a way of life. Great cinematography, lyricism and good story.
The ploy is weak and feels like an excuse to go to the beach. The scientific angle is taken up in the first ten minutes where scientist encounter the eponymous ghost. A fast paced, pulse rythm, rollercoaster ride through the perfectly structured film.
Mona loves her little pet parrot. When she tells her little friend CeeCee she wants to bring home a real pet, her friend thinks she means a dog. The next day, a really friendly and cute stray dog crosses her path and she almost takes him home. But as she tries to take him home she discovers that CeeCee has already returned with her new pet. She's a beautiful thing that has reared up on her back four legs. She's beautiful, she's an elegant lady of the forest, she's a kitten. d2c66b5586