Rating: 340 Degrees (Out of 360)
All right! Let's get us some Will Smith, doing a great job of doing 'Sad Will.' I really like Will's style, speech cadence and mannerisms. He just has a way of drawing me in, that said, this movie was nearly half Edward Norton (the first half of the movie anyway) and I enjoy his screen presents as well.
This movie has a sad and depressing setup, and ultimately is a movie showing how to accept the bad and pull things together and move forward. I don't like this type of movie has a general rule. I like to be lifted beyond everyday type of plots, particularly, these sad stories, but the twist with the 3 'ghosts' was intriguing.
I don't like to write any spoilers, but the ghosts played a neat role in that they were hired to help/fool Will Smith's character, but wound up helping the character's whom performed the hiring. This was a very fun spin on how they were used and portrayed.
Definitely see it, it does deal with a father (and mother) loosing their 6 year old daughter, so if this kind of story is too depressing, obviously skip it, but the acting is great and the twist with the 'ghosts' is great also.