A zombie kept in hiding by his niece and nephew suddenly becomes famous when the world discovers he can talk and reason as though he were alive. As his popularity grows, he is discovered by... See full summary »
John A. Russo
Matt and Kate buy an isolated house. While moving, they discover a strange room that grants them an unlimited number of material wishes. But, since Kate has had two miscarriages, what they miss the most is a child.
A federal task force operation is protecting a witness, Nick Murch, who is due to testify against a powerful crime lord Ezekiel Mannings. At the safe house, a courier rings a bell to deliver a package which is then revealed to be something that jeopardize the operation. And when someone tries to kill her during the package drop, she devoted herself to save Nick and make sure he finishes what he is ought to do.Written by
Terrible editing, Horrible soundtrack, cardboard characters. The whole movie feels like we are following a film crew around while the actors rehearse their lines. Gary Oldman will apparently take any job he can get. He does wear an eye-patch though...good call by the wardrobe department; they really earned their keep.
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