#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A man is hypnotized at a party by his sister-in law. He soon has visions and dreams of a ghost of a girl. Trying to avoid this, nearly pushes him to brink of insanity as the ghost wants something from him – to find out how she died. The only way he can get his life back is finding out the truth behind her death. The more he digs, the more he lets her in, the shocking truth behind her death puts his whole family in danger.
Plot: After being hypnotized by his sister in law, Tom Witzky begins seeing haunting visions of a girl’s ghost and a mystery begins to unfold around her.
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Thrilling and interesting
Actually, I found this movie more satisfying than “Sixth sense”. It doesn’t have a stunning payoff like “sixth sense” (what film does?), but until the, in some ways hasty, conclusion, it’s well made, scary and, since I have a knowledge of occult things through a good friend, rather believable. Kevin Bacon is credible in his part and so do Illeana Douglas. Kathryn Erbe however is stuck with nothing to do for large chunks of the movie. Effectively and atmosphericly shot, with some effective jolts that made me jump. To some, the conclusion may be a little simple and drawn-out, but I thought it was satisfying and filled to the brim with suspense. I find that the digging in the cellar/garden is a nice build-up for the finale, not that it goes on forever as a previous reviewer stated. It’s only one thing that bothers me about the ending, and it is that too little is explained and a few threads of the story are totally abandoned. But that’s only a minor complaint. For the most part, this is a creepy, interesting, well-made, scary and well played little thriller.
Why’d they call it that?
I mean, apart from that being the original book’s name. There’s no direct reference to the title anywhere through the movie. That’s the only thing that bothered me through the whole movie, really. Guess it just unsettled me. Except that Einstein wasn’t a Gemini, he was born in March. He was a Pisces. But that’s irrelevant.
There are lots of little things that make this movie great. There are so many bits where you expect something to happen, but it doesn’t. That makes you look for the next one, when it really *must* happen this time, for sure. And it doesn’t. Again. So you’re kept on the edge of your seat, waiting for something scary to jump up and frighten you half to death. But it doesn’t. For all its spooky and weird subject-matter, Stir of Echoes keeps it simple, and in doing so makes itself even more climactic.
Where The Sixth Sense was spooky, this movie is frightening. It’s like when you watched Dr Who as a kid and hid behind the couch because you couldn’t bear to watch. Kevin Bacon is fantastic, and loses his mind quite convincingly. The ‘Dig’ sequence, along with the total madness that follows, reminds me of Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers. And that book was spooky enough.
Zachary David Cope (why do all kids have three names nowadays?) is also brilliant as little Jake, although Kathryn Erbe as Maggie leaves a little to be desired. She’s too flat – not enough emotion. And I love the way all the little things are tied up, especially the end sequence with Jake in the car…
If you liked The Sixth Sense, this is not quite the same standard, although it’s pretty close. If you didn’t like The Sixth Sense because you didn’t think it got personal enough, this one’s for you. Although I don’t think anyone’s going to get remotely close to the ending of The Sixth Sense for a very very long time.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director David Koepp
Writer Richard Matheson (novel), David Koepp (screenplay)
Actors Zachary David Cope, Kevin Bacon, Kathryn Erbe, Illeana Douglas
Awards 3 wins & 5 nominations.
Production Company Artisan Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, USA, Astro Video Services, Chicago (IL), USA (dailies)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm