Rose, a mostly sweet and lonely Irish driving instructor, must use her supernatural talents to save the daughter of Martin (also mostly sweet and lonely) from a washed-up rock star who is using her in a Satanic pact to reignite his fame.
Rose, a sweet, lonely driving instructor in rural Ireland, is gifted with supernatural abilities. Rose has a love/hate relationship with her 'talents' & tries to ignore the constant spirit related requests from locals - to exorcise possessed rubbish bins or haunted gravel. But! Christian Winter, a washed up, one-hit-wonder rock star, has made a pact with the devil for a return to greatness! He puts a spell on a local teenager- making her levitate. Her terrified father, Martin Martin, asks Rose to help save his daughter. Rose has to overcome the fear of her supernatural gift & work with Martin to save the girl, get the guy and be home in time for a light snack...maybe a yogurt or something...Written by
Christian Winter was influenced by a raft of celebrities who moved to Ireland in the 80s and 90s to avoid tax. See more »
Why don't we see ghosts every day? The truth is ghosts are around us all the time, but most hauntings are so small they go unnoticed. For example, a pen, a pen lid, a gravel, a trapped sound, a child's ball or balls, a wheeled bin.
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After the end credits are complete, there is a title card from the videotape that reads, "See you next time". While it is shown, Vincent is heard saying, That's all from us. See you next time." Then the sound of the VHS tape ejecting from the VCR is heard. See more »
I was surprised by how well Extra Ordinary worked. It's full of little surprises and great performances. Apart from one bad choice (the entire character played by Claudia O'Doherty: an extremely unfunny stock character who seems to have wandered in from an Adam Sandler movie), Extra Ordinary is consistently smart and fun.
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