A young woman, Janet, moves out of her abusive mother's house to be independent and hopefully get out from under her mother's thumb, instead she ends up dead and her sister, played by Mischa Barton, decides to stay at the apartment where her sister has supposedly killed herself to find out what really happened.
The story lags, a lot. The actress playing Janet isn't very good, and the script is terrible. For the first 30 minutes Janet walks around the apartment talking to herself and continually deals with a perverted building super and an incredibly annoying little girl. When Janet finally died I was kinda glad, at least something happened and she was too whiny for me to care about anyway. When her sister (Mischa Barton) goes to the apartment to clear out her sister's stuff she decides to stay, she wants to find out what happened to her sister, and she too wants to get away from their mother.
The movie ends in a pretty predictable way. The back story of the ghosts isn't ever clearly explained, so I found no reason to care why they did any of the things they did. Honestly this movie was incredibly forgettable, in fact in about an hour I probably won't even remember the title or what happened. I don't recommend this movie to anyone, skip it, watch THE HAUNTING instead, a fun ghost movie where you can watch Owen Wilson lose his head.