The Paw Print
Don't Worry I'm Just A Ghost, I Won't Kill YouThursday, July 26, 2012 By Karen Liang
It takes guts to wake up from a car accident not remembering who you are and where you live. But it takes more guts to realize that you've been talking to a ghost ever since. It's nerve-wracking. Although I've only watched a few minutes of the beginning, I can tell that this will be promising. The love line that's going to form between the mortal and immortal worlds is over done, but hopefully the writer has added flair and zest to liven it up. The main character has to refind himself and relive his past while searching for the murderer of his new supernatural companion. What's interesting is that the ghost acts as his lost memory, reminding him of everything in his past. But he obviously gets treated as a crazy person. He's talking to someone no one else can see! Insanity is the best cure to amnesia, I always say There is a bit of wittyness in the title itself, Don't Worry I'm A Ghost, it makes it seem like the ghost is going to be the only person the main character can rely on. We don't see his friends in the beginning hospital scene and since he's familyless, he really has no other options. But the synopsis of the movie/drama special says that both characters have an unexpected connection. Maybe the ghost's killer is their connection. All guessing aside, the cast has proved themselves previously in their other works, hopefully this one doesn't disappoint. But judging by the reviews and ratings, it probably wouldn't. Now off to the supernatural land of ghosts, killers, amnesia and insanity! To the movie mobile!