Ghost Town (2008)

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  • Trailer 1
  • Clip: You died

Movie Info & Cast


Bertram Pincus is a man whose people skills leave much to be desired. When Pincus dies unexpectedly, but is miraculously revived after seven minutes, he wakes up to discover that he now has the annoying ability to see ghosts. Even worse, they all want something from him, particularly Frank Herlihy, who pesters him into breaking up the impending marriage of his widow Gwen.


  • Greg Kinnear
  • Jordan Carlos
  • Dequina Moore
  • Joseph Badalucco Jr.
  • Brian Hutchison
  • Tyree Michael Simpson
  • Julia Murney
  • Ricky Gervais
  • Claire Lautier
  • Aasif Mandvi

Did You Know?


  • The New York Times crossword puzzle seen within the first 10 minutes when Dr. Pincus first comes home is the puzzle from Monday, October 1, 2007, created by Will Shortz.
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  • In a closeup of the bottle of colyte laxative the prescription label says "TAKE ONE TABLET DAILY WITH 8OZ GLASS OF WATER". However, when he takes the medicine, it's a liquid not a tablet. Also the red label that says "WARNING LAXATIVE AGENT" seems to disappear the second time the bottles are all three in a row.
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    • [after Bertram's colonoscopy]
    • Hospital Nurse: Come back soon.
    • Bertram Pincus: What a terrible thing to say in a hospital.
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A winning mix of sharp comedy and touching bits that keeps the laughter -- a few tears -- flowing.

Metacritic review by Michael Rechtshaffen
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter

Both very funny and a bit of a tearjerker, with an on-the-money performance from Ricky Gervais.

Metacritic review by Walter Addiego
Walter Addiego
San Francisco Chronicle

A welcome surprise: a supernatural romantic comedy that works, graced with a cast just off-center enough to make it distinctive.

Metacritic review by Michael Phillips
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune