Spirit (2001)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Drama, Horror, Thriller


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When Kelly and her father move to New Orleans after the death of her mother, strange things start happening in their new home. Kelly is convinced that the house is haunted by a ghost who ... See full summary »


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17 July 2006 | AstarothCY
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| I thought Kelly was actually retarded for the first half hour.
I wasn't sure if it was a serious film or not for a very long time, what with the horribly ridiculous acting/plot/dialogue/direction. I was kinda hoping it was just a shitty Scream/Scary Movie clone but no, this is a completely serious film. It's quite amazing that this film was even produced, you would have thought that no one would take on such an embarrassingly bad script, but I guess some people are just too desperate for cash.

The amazing Elisabeth Moss delivers a truly stunning leading role that is a masterclass of bad acting. She has this retarded half-grin on her face in every single scene, even when she wakes up scared in the middle of the night, or when she's talking about her mother, CONSTANTLY.

I was pretty impressed by how they managed to have every single actor in this film completely suck at acting. It's pretty hard to decide who was actually the worst actor but they were all exceptionally unskilled. I laughed out loud on several occasions. I even had to change the channel a few times cause it just got embarrassingly bad.

Easily the worst film I have ever seen. Let's hope all the people involved in this never work again. Ever.

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