The Unborn Child

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The Unborn Child

Trai (Somchai Khemklad) is a crime journalist and live happily with his teacher wife Pim (Pitchanart Sakakorn) and five year old daughter Yaimai (Chinaradi Anuphongphichat). One day they notice a strange behaviour from Yaimai, she is seeing little ghosts from her very own eyes.

Soon Pim finds out it is related to one of her students, Bell (Kanthida Chang). She started a sexual relationship with fellow student called Bom (Phinwit Boonak) and this resulted in her unexpected pre ...


The Unborn

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The Unborn

Review (-/10)
(By Brian Orndorf)

I respect that David S. Goyer desires to pen eccentric genre pieces that both conform to traditions and enjoy a few unique perspectives on scares. I just wish he would stop directing these movies. After three feature films of discouraging quality, Goyer suits up in a beret and jodhpurs again for “The Unborn,” which holds the miserable distinction of being the most dreadful film he’s fashioned to date. With past achievements such as ...


Torino Tops The Box-Office Race

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Torino Tops The Box-Office Race

The first weekend of new releases for the year is usually quiet, though at times it has seen even some poorly reviewed schlock like "White Noise" open to a solid $20 million or so. This year it was a bumper time with each of the top three films clearing the $20 million mark.

In first place was Clint Eastwood's "Gran Torino" which expanded into wide release and nabbed a stellar $29 million, an excellent $10,337 per screen average, and a $40.1 million total so ...


Magneto Depends Upon Wolverine

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Magneto Depends Upon Wolverine

Out doing promotion for "The Unborn", director David Goyer told the online press that Fox is waiting to see how the "Wolverine" film performs at the box-office before commiting to move forward with a similar "Magneto" spin-off.

Goyer says that though the film begins in the WW2 concentration camp, most of the action takes place in the very early 60's and deals with the friendship between Professor X (Charles) and Magneto (Eric).

Goyer ...