The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This Val Lewton production may not scale the heights of Cat People or I Walked with a Zombie, but it has its impressive moments.
A nice little package of morbidity all wrapped around in gloom.
The least known, though far from least interesting, of producer Val Lewton's exemplary, poetic B-films.
A talky but fairly atmospheric effort, Ghost Ship is hampered by its low budget.
It's almost noir in its pitting of an individual against a closed society.
... an impressive brooding psychological sea adventure story.
Among RKO's best horror films.
This is a strange confusing movie, which I'm not sure actually has any ghosts on the ship. There are so many "Ghost Ship" movies out there, it gets confusing.
Not a great movie. The title Ghost Ship kind of makes you think you're in for some atmospheric tale of the supernatural, right? WRONG! The Ghost Ship is just some metaphor for a life of lonliness at sea for a half-assed take on Mutiny on the Bounty. A few of the characters were colorful enough to keep my interest for a few minutes but this wasn't Val Lewton's crowning achievement. Its a quick watch if you feel you need to watch that entire Warner Bros Val Lewton set but nothing anyone should actively seek out.
This is actually a pretty good film when you think what year it was made. Nothing to scary, just a good old school B&W film,. The captain of the ship is crazy and the new third mate tries to prove it to the crew and they are not having much to do with it. Good Suspense its worth 3 1/2 stars
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