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Ghosts of War (2020)

Evaluation: 5.6 (Votes: 53)
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Movie Fantasy, Horror, Thriller, War "Ghosts of War" Torrent is rated with 5.6 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 53 ratings by critics. Film is released in 2020-07-03 by Miscellaneous Entertainment, Highland Film Group, . The main stars are Billy Zane, Shaun Toub, Theo Rossi, Kyle Gallner, Alan Ritchson, Skylar Astin, Matthew Reese, Brenton Thwaites, Nathan Cooper, Alexander Behrang Keshtkar, Rebecca Flinn-White, Laila Banki, . The length of the whole piece is 94 minutes.

Original title: Ghosts of War
Slogan: You can't hide from yourself.
Genres: Fantasy, Horror, Thriller, War
Release date 2020-07-03
Duration: 94 Min
Country: United Kingdom
State: Released
IMDB: imdb.com

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Movie Nation

MetaScore: 25 AddDate: 07-14-2020 Autor: Roger Moore

It’s a mediocre mash-up of genres that leaves no cliche unspoken, no horror trope unturned.

The Film Stage

MetaScore: 58 AddDate: 07-16-2020 Autor: Jared Mobarak

It’s through these actors that we see how their characters process their pain above and below the façade created and understand why they’re incapable of looking beyond their tragic wealth of regret.

Frank Scheck

MetaScore: 40 AddDate: 07-17-2020 Autor: Frank Scheck

Combining war and horror movie tropes in an awkward manner more silly than scary, this belated sophomore feature from writer/director Eric Bress (2004's The Butterfly Effect) makes you long for the days when American G.I.s didn't have to fight supernatural beings as well as German soldiers.

RogerEbert.com

MetaScore: 75 AddDate: 07-17-2020 Autor: Nick Allen

One of Bress’ greatest strokes comes with casting — he’s collected five faces you might recognize from younger, more innocent roles, and who are compelling to see here as men who have matured rapidly due to the wartime experiences eating away at them.

Vince Mancini

MetaScore: 40 AddDate: 07-23-2020 Autor: Vince Mancini

The smartest thing Eric Bress did in Ghosts of War was to cast Billy Zane, and the dumbest thing he did was keeping Billy Zane off screen for 90% of the movie.

The Guardian

MetaScore: 40 AddDate: 07-16-2020 Autor: Leslie Felperin

This effort is similarly infuriating and entertaining by turns, and features pretty good performances from a handful of up-and-coming young male actors, including Brenton Thwaites and Kyle Gallner, along with lovable old ham Billy Zane putting in a last-act cameo.

Pat Brown

MetaScore: 25 AddDate: 07-13-2020 Autor: Pat Brown

The film’s unreflective earnestness is haunting in all the wrong ways.

Dennis Harvey

MetaScore: 40 AddDate: 07-16-2020 Autor: Dennis Harvey

It’s the kind of narrative leap that can make or break a film. But here it overcomplicates a narrative that should’ve better developed its basic elements, rather than lunging for a big-picture profundity it falls short of. Beautifully atmospheric to a point, handsomely produced, “Ghosts” gradually disappoints because its thematic ambitions add more clutter than depth to a story that’s most effective at its simplest.