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Ghost of New Orleans (2011)

Little Murder (original title)
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In post-Katrina New Orleans, a disgraced detective encounters the ghost of a murdered woman who wants to help him identify her killer.

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(screenplay), (screenplay) (as Justin G. DiPego) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Ben Chaney
... Drag Hammerman
... Corey Little
... Jennifer
... Barry Fitzgerald
... Captain
Nick Lashaway ... Tom Little
... Molly
... Lipp
... Paul Marais
... Sandoval
... Detective Hayes
Royce Williams ... Skateboarder
... Female Police Cadet (as Stacie Hadgikosti)
Sonya A. Avakian ... Paul's Housekeeper (as Sonya Avakian)
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In post-Katrina New Orleans, a disgraced detective encounters the ghost of a murdered woman who wants to help him identify her killer.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for some violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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8 January 2011 (USA)  »

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While preparing a film shooting on Detroit's west side, two members of the film crew were robbed at gunpoint by two teenagers. The teens made off with a wallet and a cell phone from a crew member. Both teens were arrested later that day. See more »

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Last Chance
Written by Yorg Kerasiotis, Christopher Sterr, Clinton Carpenter and Eric Novak
Performed by BUMP
Courtesy of Bump Music
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low production values for such a great cast and charming setting
13 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

The opening scene reveals the problem with this film - if it was a home-made film, ala the Blair Witch project, it might be more forgivable, but even indie films should be able to do better camera work than this, better directing. It's particularly tragic as a supernatural mystery film in New Orleans sounds so good and the scenery was downgraded by the truly poor production - almost as if the director, cameramen and production crew were entirely trashed throughout filming. I liked the plot, the casting and though I'd watch a film just for Josh Lucas, here his acting was spotty (fading in and out of character, too blatant to be passed off by the character development that did happen) he was far outmatched by Terrence Howard. Deborah Woll and Cary Elwes are fun in their supporting roles and it's always good to see those two. Lake Bell is very pretty - not going to win any acting awards for this - but she didn't ruin the film. I'd say the cast must not have been overly inspired - hope nobody else gives this director a shot. What a shame because this could have been a much better film. Still, definitely worth watching if you're going to bed anyway and are watching it for free.


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