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Film Review: Ghost Town

   Posted by: David   in Uncategorized

Film Review: Ghost Town

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If I had to pick the perfect Spiritualist movie this would be it. It is a romantic comedy so the energy of the film is positive and the message is heartwarming.

The film stars Ricky Gervais as a cranky dentist who has problems with all of his relationships. But he also “sees dead people,” and he likes the dead even less than the living if that is possible.
The catch phrase on the cover art is, “He sees dead people and they annoy him.”

Greg Kinnear plays a man who died suddenly before and wants to save his living wife (played endearingly by Tea Leoni) from a potentially bad romance. Greg and a number of other disembodied spirits want the more than reluctant Ricky to communicate with their living loved ones.

I won’t spoil it by telling you how it ends but I will say it is touching; it has much to teach us about life after death and our responsibility as mediums to those on both sides of the veil.

You may view the trailer here: Ghost Town

You might say, “Hey Dave this is Vintage Paranormal, why not review The Others, the ultimate Vintage Paranormal film?” The Others was excellent and Nicole Kidman was amazing but The Others is in the horror genre and I’d really like to separate mediumship and the principles of Spiritualism from the horror genre. Ghost Town does that by associating spiritual sensitivity with the positive energy of romantic comedy.

See it. You will laugh, it will leave you with something to consider, and if you are anything like me, it will become a favorite.

Much love,
David

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