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This line from Cole I think summed it up best, "They don't see each other. They only see what they want to see. They don't know they're dead." And, except for the girl trying to save her sister, I don't know if you could definitively say any of the other ghosts knew they were ghosts. I think the "They only see what they want to see" bit is the key here. ...


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It must be Push. Cassie Holmes (played by Dakota Fanning) is the emo kid you are referring too. She is a watcher. Main hero is a mover(can move things without touching) . He plans with his group how to change their fate. Because the emo Girl with vision predicted that they are going to die. One man with black nails can erase memories, hero and his group use ...


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Manichitrathazhu story is influenced from a tragedy that happened in Alummoottil Tharavadu, a famous central Travancore family, in the 19th century. Here heroine suffers from personality disorder and some strange things happen, solves problem with exorcism and psychiatry. Where as in Vertigo, a retired police detective suffering from acrophobia who is hired ...


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This sounds an awful lot like Seven Psychopaths. This particular scene is not really related to the larger plot of the movie, but rather functions as a vignette depicting one of the titular seven psychopaths.


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This sounds to a large degree like Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange: Protagonist Alex is an "ultraviolent" youth in futuristic Britain. As with all luck, his eventually runs out and he's arrested and convicted of murder and rape. While in prison, Alex learns of an experimental program in which convicts are programed to detest violence. If he ...


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Is it Hide and Seek (2005), with De Niro? From Wikipedia: Widowed psychologist Dr. David Callaway (Robert De Niro) and his daughter Emily (Dakota Fanning), with whom he shares a troubled relationship, move after Emily's mother, Allison (Amy Irving), apparently commits suicide. David meets local woman Elizabeth (Elisabeth Shue) and her niece, Amy, who is ...


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I am from Sri Lanka, and the idea that ghosts are unaware of the fact that they are dead is not totally alien here. I'm pretty sure Shyamalan was aware of these types of myths.


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I don't find any similarities between Vertigo, and also I feel other south indian remakes of Manichithrathazhu seems to be medically incorrect where Ganga's anger is wrongly directed to lead hero's character. Manichithrathazhu script is said to be an work inspired from the case dairies of a Psychiatrist. It is evident from the way the movie has made with a ...


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Hotline (1982) Struggling artist Brianne O'Neil is talked into being a volunteer to answer phones part-time at a crisis center. She soon finds herself being stalked by a psychotic caller. Here's a shot of 'nice guy' Kyle (Monte Markham): And this is him in 'stalker mode': Read more about the movie here, here and here. The trailer's available ...


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This might be it: Dark Harbor from 1998. From Wiki: David Weinberg (Alan Rickman), a lawyer in his 50s, and his much younger wife Alexis (Polly Walker), drive through a torrential rainstorm to get the last ferry to their private island. They catch sight of an injured young man (Norman Reedus) at the side of the road, whom they reluctantly drive to the ...


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Not sure if this is it. No MS but plot could be the same. Movie is called HYSTERIA made in 97.


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The Perks of Being a Wallflower. The object was likely a mixed tape which was prevalent throughout the film.



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