Just a little cautious cry to all of you that have just lost someone dear or close. dont watch this one unattended . because its so extremely emotional, and might give you the urges. because its a film of loss, its a film about the 5 phases of crises-management, and it has the ability to make you believe that the ghost are really there, and combined with a heartbreaking kind of score it will open the floodgates of tears, even from the grumpy old ones.<br/><br/>its like the hydra, it pops out a new head from time to time, and ''endless'' is like a rip off of ''ghost'' and ''always'' that really popularized the topic of is there a life after death. these films did make a big impression on me then in the early 90's and still does, maybe thats because im so darn in love with my then girlfriend , now wife.<br/><br/>but as a ripof the story aint good enough, the choice of actors and score are dead on target though, but its far too much sorrow that tucks you into a darkness that you wont feel comfortable with. .the filmography and choice of locations are well done but as a worthy flick of surviving the crisis it aint.<br/><br/>so if you love the metaphysical , wannabelieve parapsychological topics that arises in the film, then have a go, a lovestory of death it is, even though built on the clichees of the past, its a small recommend from the grumpy old man
Drama / Fantasy
Drama / Fantasy
When madly in love high school graduates Riley (Alexandra Shipp) and Chris (Nicholas Hamilton) are separated by a tragic car accident, Riley blames herself for her boyfriend's death while Chris is stranded in limbo. Miraculously, the two find a way to connect. In a love story that transcends life and death, both Riley and Chris are forced to learn the hardest lesson of all: letting go.
Downloaded 7038 times
8/14/2020 8:58:22 AM