Nick Powell is a handsome young writer with a future as bright as he is. Then one tragic night he's brutally attacked and left for dead - but he's really not. He's trapped in a ghostly limbo where no one can see or hear him except Annie, the one person who might be able to save him. They must work quickly together to solve the mystery of his murder before it is too late, and Nick's chance to live again is lost forever.
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A sappy thriller in which good looking smart talking high school teen Nick is beaten up by Annie and her friends as she believes he is the one who reported her to the police for a robbery. His body dumped down a water drain and hovering between life and death he haunts Annie into finding his body before it’s too late and slowly falls in love with her. This film is a real stinker and managers to pack in every cliché in the book, the good looking high school achiever who has to escape the pressure of family life, the rough tough girl criminal who behind the jeans and hoodie is a beautiful and misunderstood young woman and all played out to a generic emo soundtrack. It’s hard to believe that director David Goyer is the same man who wrote Dark City, Blade, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight as this is pure drivel.