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The Ghost Club (2003)

PG | | Family | 7 July 2003 (USA)
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A group of kids discover a friendly ghost named Carolyn, who haunts a nearby forest, and try to come up with a plan to capture her.

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(as Ralph Portillo)

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(screenplay) (as David Ciesielski)
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... Carrie (as Brittany Robertson)
Clayton Griffin ... Chris
... Natalie
Derek Thompson ... Jesse
Michele Ashton ... Karen Malone
Dottie Snow ... Grandma Lenny
Perry Simpson ... John Practer
Chase Carpenter ... Calvin
Willis Crain ... Gus
David Polinsky ... Mr. Weeks
Alexandrea Hairston ... Alex
Tyler Kreutzer ... Ricky
Victor E. Werany ... Agent Smith
Fred Carrico ... Bank Manager
Sonya Coogan ... Carolyn
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A group of kids discover a friendly ghost named Carolyn, who haunts a nearby forest, and try to come up with a plan to capture her.

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Rated PG for some mild language | See all certifications »

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7 July 2003 (USA)  »

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O Clube do Fantasma  »

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Can You say ROBOT?
17 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

The acting in this movie was like lead and some of the worst I have seen. Not just the kids, but the adults as well.

I know this is a kid's movie, but even my imaginary play was more creative than this.

The script is awful, the acting worse, every "twist" is expected, and there is really no suspense at all.

The animated movies we watch with my son are so much better in script etc. Perhaps not the worst movie ever, but pretty close.

The characters are too "obvious" and the concept is no better than the imaginary play that I used to engage in as a child.


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