In Italy, a woman becomes involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms during her mission to discover what happened to her mother, who allegedly murdered three people during her own exorcism its based on truth it reminds me a bit of another move but I think that move was based on this one if you lick this type of moves then have a look .
The second move "Battleship" I did enjoy it and don't ask me who sent it;
n 2005, NASA discovers an extrasolar planet with conditions similar to Earth. On the chance that it contains intelligent life, NASA transmits a powerful signal from a communications array in Hawaii, which will be boosted by a satellite in orbit. Around the same time, the talented but undisciplined slacker Alex Hopper attempts to impress a woman by getting her a chicken burrito, the result of which sees him arrested for breaking into a convenience store which is seen through the security cameras. The woman is Samantha Shane, daughter of United States Pacific Fleet commander Admiral Terrance Shane, who in turn is the superior of Commander Stone Hopper, Alex's older brother. Fed up and infuriated at Alex for lack of motivation and possibly ruining his own career, Stone forces him to join the United States Navy.
By 2012, Alex is a lieutenant and the Tactical Action Officer aboard the Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS John Paul Jones, while Stone is the commanding officer of USS Sampson. Alex is also in a relationship with Samantha and wants to marry her, but is afraid to ask her father for permission. During the opening ceremony for the RIMPAC naval exercises, Alex brawls with Japanese officer Captain Nagata, the latest in a string of incidents that could result in his discharge and the end of of his career. Meanwhile, Samantha, a physical therapist, accompanies retired Army veteran and amputee Mick Canales on a hike on Oahu to help him adapt to his prosthetic legs.
Five alien ships arrive in response to the NASA signal. One ship collides with an orbital satellite and crashes in Hong Kong, while four others land in the water near Hawaii. Sampson, John Paul Jones, and the JMSDF Kongo class destroyer Myōkō investigate, but are trapped when one of the ships erects an impenetrable force field around the Hawaiian islands. The destroyers attempt to establish contact, but the aliens attack in response to a warning shot fired by the American destroyers: Sampson and Myōkō are destroyed. John Paul Jones is damaged with the commanding and executive officers killed. Initially attached to Sampson, Alex, who was one of the few out to take a closer look at the alien vessels, now boards John Paul Jones and takes command as the most senior officer left on the ship. Although initially wanting to attack the aliens in retaliation for his brother's death aboard Sampson, Alex is persuaded by other crew members to instead recover survivors from Myōkō, with Captain Nagata among them. This act prompts the aliens to call off another attack. Since the barrier prevents the use of radar and sonar, Nagata suggests using the tsunami warning buoys around Hawaii to track the aliens.
A team of alien soldiers also board the John Paul Jones and rescues one of their comrades whom the humans brought out of the water earlier, but not before the humans determine that the aliens are sensitive to bright lights (including sunlight).
During a night-time battle, the aliens and the humans exchange pot shots. The John Paul Jones sinks two alien ships but unable to hit the third. Alex uses his ship to lure the alien vessel close to shore, where he and Nagata shoot out its bridge windows at sunrise, then the John Paul Jones proceeds to fire at the alien vessel with full force. Both ships are destroyed in the ensuing battle.
Because the ship that crashed in Hong Kong was their communications ship, the aliens take over the NASA array and begin modifying it to signal their home planet. Samantha and Mick avoid detection and run into a fleeing scientist. Believing that a larger invasion might be imminent, the scientist acquires a radio which Samantha uses to warn Alex. He had planned to destroy the array with his ship, but since the John Paul Jones has been destroyed, the survivors are forced to return to base and acquire the only available naval vessel, the USS Missouri. Although a museum ship, the humans are able to reactivate the Missouri with the aid of the retired veterans preserving her. The battleship engages the alien ship and destroys its barrier but ends up with only one high-explosive shell remaining; Alex uses it to fire on the array. However, jet fighters from the RIMPAC fleet (which scrambled to attack as soon as the barrier faded) arrive and eliminate the alien vessel before it can attack the defenseless Missouri one more time. The array explodes along with the alien occupation force.
Back on shore, the naval personnel, along with Mick, are honored for their actions in defeating the aliens. After the ceremony, Alex asks Admiral Shane for his daughter's hand in marriage; the admiral refuses, but invites him to talk about the matter.
In a post-credits scene set in rural Scotland, three schoolchildren and a handyman break open a car-sized object that has apparently fallen from the sky. They run off in terror after seeing an alien hand reach out and grab the opening.
Now I did enjoy watching this move if you can get it.