Believe (2000)

October 11, 2011 - 12:26am | FrighT MasteR
  Tags: Believe, Christopher Heyerdahl, Elisha Cuthbert, Justin Bradley, Mario Boni, POS movie, Ricky Mabe, Robert Tinnell, Vlasta Vrana

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Robert Tinnell
Ricky Mabe, Mario Boni, Justin Bradley, Vlasta Vrana, Christopher Heyerdahl, Elisha Cuthbert

Did I just watch a really long episode of Are You Afraid of the Dark on Nickelodeon? I guess that's what I get when I rent a horror movie that isn't rated R. There was nothing scary about this film at all. It's mainly focused on some punk kid and his stupid pranks. They don't get to solve the mystery behind the ghost until the last 30 mins of the film. What I also didn't like about this movie was the fact that the kid had so much knowledge and equipment for creating pranks to scare people, that just seemed impossible.

I wish I could say that there were some scenes of the movie where it was interesting, but there weren't any! I found the whole flick very boring. In fact, I was so bored that I decided to surf the web while it was still playing! We don't really get to see much of the real ghost, as she just appears every now and then and stares at a few people. The acting was dumb and there were no actual effects at all. The story behind the ghost was SO stupid. I expected a lot more to it at the end, but nope.

This is another one of those horror movies with a semi-cool cover, but a horrible script. Sorry to keep this review short, but I think I've already gotten my point across already. Believe me when I say this: avoid!!

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