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Phantom HaloThe film revolves around an unfortunate family becase their father Warren daily submerged in alcohol with the money earned by his 2 sons everyday. Despite the dangerous job, Beckket, the eldest brother , goes to work everyday to earn money to repay his father. Meanwhile, Samuel finds a way out of this life and get rid of the debt before the tragedy made them from becoming tragedies in life.Keywords:
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Directors of "Phantom Halo"Antonia BogdanovichBirthdate: 20 November 1967, Los Angeles, California, USA
Creators of "Phantom Halo"Antonia BogdanovichBirthdate: 20 November 1967, Los Angeles, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "Phantom Halo"Philadelphia InquirerJune 19, 2015
Messy and confused, the film is a mishmash of tropes from Shakespeare, heist movies, family melodrama, and romance novels hastily thrown together.Detroit NewsJune 19, 2015
None of it is convincing in the least, although the actors do as much as they can. "Phantom Halo" ends up feeling like a mash-up of two many other mediocre films.New York TimesJune 19, 2015
A dark, satisfying work that can be forgiven for the moments it succumbs to Hollywood convention.Los Angeles TimesJune 18, 2015
This film keeps reaching for cleverness but comes up with a fistful of clichés.Film Journal InternationalJune 18, 2015
This far too busy stew of various bad ideas, peppered with ridiculously overt violence, never seems to quite decide what it wants to be.Chicago Daily HeraldJune 18, 2015
Despite the cast's obvious dedicated efforts, Bogdanovich curiously studies her characters at clinical distances, preferring to observe them rather than be them.Blu-ray.comJune 18, 2015
Confused and tedious, "Phantom Halo" is a mess of a movie that struggles to keep itself together for 90 minutes, gradually disintegrating until all that's left are good intentions.The DissolveJune 17, 2015
Phantom Halo is overstuffed even before Bogdanovich starts layering in the soliloquies and comic book metaphors.Slant MagazineJune 17, 2015
A genre mishmash cobbled together from the refuse of disparate visual and narrative modes.The PlaylistJune 16, 2015
"Phantom Halo" ends up as a bit of a mess, and while not an unintentional farce, it's nothing to write a soliloquy about either.Tribune News ServiceJune 16, 2015
A good idea -- con artists using Shakespeare for their hustle -- surrounded by a lot of trite and overused ones, which then take over the movie.
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