The Railway station - kavin's anxiety
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WE HAVE A GHOST
makes wonderfully quirky horror films that defy the typical cynicism of the genre nowadays. He avoids the pretension of "elevated horror" by expressing contagious joy through his filmmaking in movies like "Happy Death Day," "Happy Death Day 2U," and "Freaky." Say what you will about their execution or quality overall, but I don’t think anyone can argue against Landon having a damn blast while making them. His latest, "We Have a Ghost," is at its best when Landon is allowed to be goofy in a way that just makes the viewer smile. Sadly, his writing isn’t as sharp as his directing, as the movie goes on way too long and through multiple endings, even as it seems content to repeat themes and images instead of building on the film’s interesting ideas. In the end, it’s a solid distraction, which is all most people are looking for on Netflix, but I’m hoping he makes "Happy Death Day 3" before revisiting this world.Based on a short story called Ernest by Geoff Manaugh, "We Have a Ghost" opens with the Presley family moving to a fixer-upper in Chicago. Father Frank (Anthony Mackie) is struggling to make ends meet and to maintain a healthy relationship with his increasingly distant son Kevin (Jahi Di’Allo Winston, so good in "Charm City Kings" and on "Everything Sucks! "). Almost immediately after their arrival, Kevin is exploring the attic when he encounters a trapped soul named Ernest (David Harbour, giving a silent performance). Ernest can’t talk but has been scaring away inhabitants since the 1970s, when he died. Kevin doesn’t get scared. He films Ernest with his phone, and there’s suddenly a viral ghost. Imagine if there was an actual ghost all over TikTok and YouTube. What would happen? Landon doesn’t do nearly enough with this rich concept and just has people screaming outside the Presley home, including a guy dressed like Jesus. It’s interesting to watch Frank try to use Ernest’s existence as a cash infusion, becoming a cultural agent of sorts. He even brings in a local medium for an encounter with Ernest, a scene that allows for one of the film’s more impressive effects and potential memes from a Jennifer Coolidge cameo. But there’s not enough done with the idea of what proof of the afterlife would mean. It doesn’t have to be deeply philosophical, but even a little shallow exploration might have fleshed out this concept a bit.Instead, "We Have a Ghost" shifts too much focus to a paranormal scientist named Dr. Leslie Monroe (Tig Notaro) and her CIA boss Arnold Schipley (Steve Coulter). Landon’s film becomes something of a chase/road movie in its midsection as Ernest, Kevin, and their scene-stealing neighbour Joy (Isabella Russo) try to escape the armed guards and get to the bottom of why this poor guy hasn’t fully moved to the next plane of existence. Of course, "We Have a Ghost" becomes a bit of a whodunit too as Ernest learns about what really happened to him, including the identity of his killer.Harbour is effective in a performance that could have been all exaggerated mugging to compensate for zero dialogue, and Winston still feels like a future star; he's so confident and natural at a young age. There’s enough to like between the two of them to keep teens and their parents from checking social media too often while it plays, but it lacks that thrust that would make them put the phones down for good. There’s just a lack of urgency, especially in the final act, which repeats ideas and then ends more than once. This movie needs to hum like "Freaky" and "Happy Death Day," which were notably shorter (and felt tighter). Even as "We Have a Ghost" sags in places, it never completely fades into the dull background of Netflix originals of late. We may not have an outright winner, but we do have a decent diversion. on Netflix now.
A time traveller
Alex was a man who had always been fascinated with the concept of time travel. He had spent years studying the theories behind it, reading books and watching movies about it, and had even built his own time machine. After months of tinkering with his creation, he finally managed to make it work. He stepped inside the machine, set the date, and pushed the button. In a flash, he was transported back in time to the year 1945.
The last love
Once upon a time, there was a woman named Emily who had been in love with the same man, David, for over a decade. However, they had never been able to make their relationship work due to various circumstances such as distance, timing, and personal issues. Emily had always believed that David was the love of her life and had never been able to move on from him, even after all these years.