Gothika Reviews

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April 26, 2004
April 23, 2004
The only mystery worth trying to figure out here is how so much talent signed up for so ridiculous a movie.
April 15, 2004
The jumpy twists are terrifying enough; the loony asylum is a Gothic masterpiece; but the continuity is sloppy
April 9, 2004
Gothika first seems like a sharp psychological thriller, but it quickly turns into a campy, supernatural ghost story,
April 9, 2004
April 7, 2004
I would like to call out a moratorium on the use of young, wet girls looking through the tops of their eyes with hair in their face, as ghouls. What is up with this trend?
April 6, 2004
April 3, 2004
March 17, 2004
Director Kassovitz piles on atmosphere and effects, borrows plot points from other, better films, and hopes for the best.
March 16, 2004
March 9, 2004
...prone to loud noises, loud music, and red herrings for its scare tactics. Before we know it, cheap thrills substitute for serious plot development.
March 4, 2004
Se algum chega por trs de voc e o assusta com um grito, voc parabeniza a pessoa por sua inteligncia e senso artstico? Se 'sim', timo: considere este filme um clssico.
February 9, 2004
...Berry runs around the prison hysterically in t-shirt and jeans, vainly searching for a way to bust out of this movie.
January 30, 2004
This is guilty pleasure moviemaking that expects the audience to laugh at it.
January 1, 2004
Gothika is a stylish, creepy, and well-acted psychological thriller/ghost story. It also has plot holes big enough to drive a truck through...
December 31, 2003
One and one are not necessarily always two, and mixing the occult with a psychiatric thriller may end up, inadvertently, as comedy.
December 22, 2003
December 19, 2003
Schlock cinema.
December 15, 2003
December 2, 2003
Deserves credit for embracing the ghost story genre so whole-heartedly, but as any ten-year-old girl can tell you, there's nothing original here to see.
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