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Hexe! Nur hinter vorgehaltener Hand wispern sich die Bürger des plüschigen Südstaatenkaffs Brixton zu, was sie wirklich von der Witwe Annie halten, die sich mit ihren drei Söhnen allein durchs Leben schlägt. Dabei profitieren die Bürger von den. The Gift – Die dunkle Gabe ist ein Film des US-amerikanischen Regisseurs Sam Raimi. The Gift – Die dunkle Gabe. aus Wikipedia Erscheinungsjahr, The Gift - Die dunkle Gabe ein Film von Sam Raimi mit Cate Blanchett, Giovanni Ribisi. Inhaltsangabe: Der Mann von Annie Wilson (Cate Blanchett) ist. gim3police.eu: Finden Sie The Gift - Die dunkle Gabe in unserem vielfältigen DVD- Psychothriller wurde im Jahr unter der Regie von Sam Raimis gedreht. The Gift - Die Dunkle Gabe. ()1 Std. 46 Min Als in einer Kleinstadt eine junge Frau verschwindet, wendet sich die Polizei in ihrer Ratlosigkeit an die. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu The Gift - Die dunkle Gabe. Hexe! Nur hinter vorgehaltener Hand wispern sich die Bürger des plüschigen. Im Wahrsage-Thriller "The Gift" beweist die Schauspielerin Cate Blanchett erneut, warum sich alle Regisseure um sie reißen.
The Gift - Die Dunkle Gabe. ()1 Std. 46 Min Als in einer Kleinstadt eine junge Frau verschwindet, wendet sich die Polizei in ihrer Ratlosigkeit an die. The Gift - Die dunkle Gabe (). The Gift. Sam Raimi legt einen Horrorfilm vor, in dem Cate Blanchett mit ihren seherischen Fähigkeiten einen. The Gift () USA , Laufzeit: Min. Regie: Sam Raimi Darsteller: Cate Blanchett, Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves, Katie Holmes, Greg Kinnear, Hilary. The Gift – Die dunkle Gabe - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | gim3police.eu The Gift ()- Die dunkle Gabe. Programm. Inhalt. Annie Wilson hat "die Gabe" - seit ihrer Kindheit leidet sie. The Gift - Die dunkle Gabe (). The Gift. Sam Raimi legt einen Horrorfilm vor, in dem Cate Blanchett mit ihren seherischen Fähigkeiten einen. The Gift () USA , Laufzeit: Min. Regie: Sam Raimi Darsteller: Cate Blanchett, Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves, Katie Holmes, Greg Kinnear, Hilary.
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I couldn't believe the first time I saw it that I could have missed a movie with so many great actors in it. It was a well paced film and I didn't get bored at all.
The side stories were nice and I felt many of the characters were well developed which a lot of films don't bother to do or do so poorly.
I prefer movies that aren't always so graphic in displaying the murder and this wasn't bad in that regard. There was nudity in it but I don't mind it if it is not excessive or put in gratuitously.
It wasn't, but I admit I don't think it was necessary at the end to the story. Decide for yourself. So this is a great sleeper movie with understated performances all around.
If you think you might hit play and casually watch it or do other things - like cook - I think you will find yourself standing there getting more and more engrossed in the telling and lose track of Just don't forget what's on the stove.
All in all a definite thumbs up! Powerful Movie! The story is never dull! The cast was stellar! I have no idea how a movie of this caliber could have slipped by me unnoticed!
Cate Blanchett gave a performance worthy of the Oscar and so different than other roles she's had. By the way, Hillary Swank who appears in this movie won the Oscar that year, , for "best actress" for her role in "Boys Don't Cry"!
Keanu Reeves steps out of his action hero mode as he portrays a wife-beater with violent tendencies. How have I never seen or even heard of this movie till now?
Included now in my top faves! Haunting, beautiful, scary, deep, rich, exquisitely acted and directed. I was especially blown away by Giovannis performance.
He's always top notch but he really was superb in this. I was balling at the end. Just amazing movie. Billy Bob Thornton gets a standing ovation too for exceptional writing!
Wish Hollywood would stick to making excellent quality films like this. Massive movie thriller that didn't get the hype. I was like what the heck.
Slow in some parts but you definitely want to follow along. You actually have "feels" for the characters. Such as you feel for Swank's char, want to scream at Blanchett..
Actually want to find Reeves and punch him lol. Someone called it a hidden sleeper film. And gem and I have to agree.
Definitely was surprised at this film. The premise of the story is strong and the story is easy to follow. It is clear when 'Annie' is having a vision as opposed to simply dreaming or dozing off, although sometimes this can seem ambiguous.
The limit of Annie's powers are explored through minimal interactions with other characters in the movie in that she can conjure up visions about the future and can also gather visions from events that have already passed through this special vision of hers; my one complaint in this area is that the extent of the accuracy and perceived accuracy of these visions by other characters is only challenged on the occasion, which makes this movies' tagline 'How much can you trust a witness that wasn't present?
In other words, this movie doesn't feel as suspenseful as it wants to be, and it takes away any opportunity for a climax this film was trying to have The story-telling in this film, however, was a little muddled.
Interactions shown about behavior some characters have is one-noted TW: There are scenes where domestic violence occurs and keeps a lot of "sub-plots" from coming full circle.
The "mystery" regarding the main murder occurring in this plot is resolved by the time this movie is over, but it seems like some interactions again, like domestic violence are included for a little bit of "space" or "drama".
Given the subject matter, I think it's fair to say that these interactions need to be justified as adding substance to a film and not "fodder". The unwillingness to do this makes the conclusions feel like it was rushed, and makes the pace of the final half hour of this movie out of place when the pace of the movie up to this point is being taken in to consideration.
All together - the acting from the actors alone are all phenomenal in their own ways, but they come together in a way that feels disjointed and is in need of some routine maintenance.
Not a bad film by any means, but just wasn't my favorite. Real Quick. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your email.
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A haunting psychological thriller, "The Gift" is ultimately a profound celebration of the human spirit.
Sam Raimi. Oct 4, Lakeshore Entertainment, Alphaville Films. Cate Blanchett Annie Wilson. Giovanni Ribisi Buddy Cole.
Keanu Reeves Donnie Barksdale. Katie Holmes Jessica King. Greg Kinnear Wayne Collins. Hilary Swank Valerie Barksdale. Michael Jeter Gerald Weems.
Kim Dickens Linda. Gary Cole David Duncan. Rosemary Harris Annie's Granny. Sam Raimi Director. Billy Bob Thornton Writer.
Tom Epperson Writer. Sean Daniel Executive Producer. Gary Lucchesi Executive Producer. Tom Rosenberg Producer. Ted Tannebaum Executive Producer.
Gregory Goodman Executive Producer. James Jacks Producer. Rob Tapert Producer. October 28, Full Review…. September 8, Rating: 3. May 1, Rating: C Full Review….
June 20, Rating: D Full Review…. April 29, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Feb 21, Expansive cast.
Giovanni Ribisi performs the best while Keanu enjoys a role alot different to the usual type of character he ends up playing.
Sanity Assassin! Sep 20, Two months, and all he had to show was three dog-eared letters, and two very expensive long-distance phone calls.
Billy Bob Thornton must have known that, because this film is something of a passion project of his, but rather than direct it himself, he gets Sam Raimi to tell everyone a story inspired by Mama Thornton's alleged psychotic-I mean, "psychic" abilities.
The film is about extrasensory powers and criminal investigations with more than a few supernatural twists, but about as much as it's a Sam Raimi thriller, it's Raimi's superhero film between "Darkman" and "Spider-Man", "Psychic Woman", complete with Rosemary Harris and J.
Man, this is an awesome cast Actually, contrivances are among the least of this film's worries, being somewhat rare, but still very much present, found in occasions of overstylization, and more than a few moments of atmospheric bloating that stress dramatics and tensions rather tritely.
The genericisms don't end there in this potentially refreshing, and ultimately formulaic supernatural and whodunit mystery thriller, succumbing to predictability, no matter how much focus is lose in an onslaught of layers.
Now, there are just too many branches in this narrative, which deals with some redneck threatening the lead and her loved ones People like him are why there should be leniencies on murdering dirtbags , various cases taken on by the lead as a psychic, a murder case, and all sorts of other stuff, and is plenty interesting through and through, to one degree or another, but excessive, jarring from layer to layer in a convoluted and incoherent manner.
The layers eventually converge into a singular narrative, but they take a long, long time to connect, and once they do, there are still plenty of loose ends that don't do much to provide a sense of punctuation in this nearly unfocused thriller whose aimlessness is exacerbated by other bloatings in storytelling.
If the film isn't bloated with material, then it is bloated with filler, dragging along at a meandering clip that is made all the slower by a directorial thoughtfulness from Sam Raimi that is pretty effective pretty often, but doesn't have enough realized material to draw upon with subtle effectiveness.
The film gets to be kind of dull, and I didn't really expect that, not necessarily because I was expecting this to be colorful, like the usual Raimi affair, but because I wasn't expecting there to be so much taste in Raimi's efforts, which reflect an inspiration that could have maintained and almost secures a reward value, but loses resonance amidst all of the conventions, overblown writing, and problematic pacing which hold the final product back as rather underwhelming.
Nevertheless, I don't feel that the film falls quite as flat as many say, having plenty of solid strengths, and a couple subtle, largely aesthetic ones.
Christopher Young's score is underused in this largely quietly intense thriller, but when it does come into play, rather than resorting to cloying strikes and stings, it falls into sober formulas that, while familiar, are aesthetically impressive as experimental classical pieces, and piercing in the context of an intense atmosphere.
Young's score is solid, when utilized, and Jamie Anderson's cinematography is also striking, when really played up, but their place in the storytelling is defined by the efforts of director Sam Raimi, whose scares sometimes rely on forced jump spooks and other contrivances, but often thrive on genuinely disturbing imagery, and an effectiveness in an subdued atmosphere that is frequently blanding, but has its realized moments that are truly engrossing.
In a lot of ways, this is a misguided, somewhat overambitious thriller, but in a few key areas, it's pretty smart, with Raimi finding revelatory moments in his handling of this relatively major dramatic turn that do decisive justice to subject matter which is admittedly deserving of inspiration, maybe even ambition.
This story isn't especially unique, and it is excessively branched something awful, being incoherent and convoluted, but by no means short on sound potential, for each one of these many layers carry intrigue deriving from dramatic significance, thematic weight, thrills, and so on and so forth, carrying a potential for compellingness that is fulfilled in glimpses by Raimi, and an even more flawed script.
Tom Epperson and Billy Bob Thornton turn in a script that either does too much or doesn't do enough, falling into tropes, inconsistencies and dragging, but only between heights in the scripting that really do craft some suspenseful set pieces and a few surprises, as well as well-rounded characterization which sells the motivations of the characters as best it can, while the characters are sold the rest of the way by their portrayers.
The acting is not simply the most consistently effective aspect of the film, but strong across the board, so much so that it plays an instrumental role in bringing the final product to the brink of a rewarding state is ultimately lost amidst a number of fatal errors, but caught in enough glimpses to engage the patient adequately.
Once the vision has faded, dramatic effectiveness finds itself shaken up a bit by a few contrivances, and a certain predictability deriving from conventions in the telling of an excessively layered, perhaps even aimless story, whose momentum is further shaken by draggy spells and a blanding atmospheric dryness that ultimately secures the final product as underwhelming, but just barely, for there is a plenty of intrigue to this story concept that is done enough justice by highlights in direction which utilizes haunting score work by Christopher Young and striking style and visuals to resonate, and in well-characterized writing, as well as by an across-the-board strong cast, - from which the phenomenal Giovanni Ribisi and the film-carrying Cate Blanchett stand out - to secure Sam Raimi's "The Gift" as a reasonably compelling, if ultimately misguided supernatural dramatic thriller.
Cameron J Super Reviewer. Oct 23, From director Sam Raimi comes the paranormal thriller The Gift. When a socialite from a rich family goes missing her father turns to a local psychic to help solve the case.
But, the characters are one-dimensional and poorly developed. Additionally, the script is rather weak and slow paced.
Yet, Raimi's directing brings an air of mysterious and suspense to the film that helps to engage the audience. By and large The Gift is a stereotypical thriller, but it's entertaining and full of intrigue.
Dann M Super Reviewer. Jul 15, Mediocre Supernatural Thriller, a good cast of actors. Sylvester K Super Reviewer.Shopbop Designer Modemarken. Sehr sehr spannend u. Even if "Avatar" made his face instantly familiar to everybody, Giovanni Ribisi is still not a major star, but he also made Oberschwester good career since "The Gift" - and it is only justice, because in this film he does an AMAZING job, in Sex Kissen very hard, very demanding role Anders als in dieser Gleichzeitigkeit des Unvereinbaren scheint Cate Blanchett ihre Figuren gar Spider-Man begreifen zu können. Sam Raimi. I mostly liked Vorhin little known "Southern Gothic" supernatural thriller. Die Story selbst ist von Regisseur Sam Raimi gut erzählt und in eine passende Atmosphäre getaucht, so dass die Spannung Jimmy Neutron Deutsch gekonnt aufbauen kann.