Friends become increasingly addicted to a video game that has an evil agenda.

Revolves around a character named Jake Gray and his friends that have been playing a deadly game called "The Pathway", which eventually spirals out of control and threatens a worldwide epidemic of violence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Pasha A (es) wrote: Easy to watch. not a bad one.

Hollis O (gb) wrote: At times a bit slow, but you get frustrated along with the main characters that there's so much tension and no resolution. When it finally does come, though, the wait is well worth it.

Amber T (br) wrote: Love the soundtrack to this movie.

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.

Simon D (it) wrote: Disturbing, Edgy, and contraversial, as we've come to expect from Larry Clark, although, having said that, this is one of him tamer films. This is based on a true story of a group of kids who decide to take revenge on the bully that they relucantly, but seem to have to, hang around with. Imagine finding out that the story of you sons life and death is going to be put into film by Larry Clark, whoa, that's a bit of a mindbender.

Chad K (au) wrote: Could have been better but I thoroughly enjoy it every time I watch it. And having kids this is a fun way to teach them about germs and getting sick. :)

david s (es) wrote: Being a big fan of David Lynch it was easy for me to enjoy the campy, over the top homage to "The Wizard of Oz" called "Wild at Heart". It revolves around a fiery love story between Sailor Ripley, played by a perfectly cast Nicolas Cage, and Lula Pace, played by a scintillating southern-drawling Laura Dern. A lot of what takes place is random and in some instances unnecessary, and to the average viewer many of the oddities will be easily underappreciated. And understandably so in certain regards. However, a film receiving critical acclaim from those who consider themselves Cult-film aficionados, is often times a film that will not appeal to the general public. There are questions unanswered, weird people everywhere, and allusion after allusion to the good ole film with the yellow brick road. The references are somehow eerie to an extent, and force your nostalgic sensors to collide with visual discomfort and dialogue energized with mysticism. Nowhere near as complete or memorable as "Blue Velvet" or "Mulholland Drive", it is doubt discernable in regard to magnitude, but if you enjoyed either of those films it is a safe bet that you will get kicks out of "Wild at Heart". Its a love story, a road movie, a revenge movie, and tale redemption all rolled into one. Sailor takes Lula away from her protective mother who is the main villain, her performance riddled with curious, raw, domineering energy. Needless to say, she hates Sailor, and employs certain powers that exist underneath the surface of common understanding, and plans on having him killed. Sailor and Lula just want a simple life together, he having just gotten out the big house- stemming from an incident involving his lover's madre, and she desperate to escape the claws of a life constricted by ever watching eyes. They try to reach their promise land while enduring an onslaught of irrational occurrences that can only be summed up as Lynchisms. I love em'. You may or may not...

Greg W (ag) wrote: not very good. pointless and stupid. some smiles, no real laughs

Angela A (nl) wrote: False advertising: Shah Rukh appears late and briefly in the film. NRIs return to a rural Indian which is apparently overrun by kooky gangs.

Devin M (de) wrote: Great western. Good casting including John's son, Maureen, the guy who says "thank ya kindly" in the Searchers (he's an extra in both and completely insignificant) and good old Richard Boone. The story was quite interesting. The music was good.

James H (it) wrote: Good Disney production values and better than average from that studio from this time period. The cast is good, but not great. Great score, fun story. Amusing but not one of Disney?s more memorable films.

Erik J (es) wrote: So before the events of this film, astronauts traveled to and landed on Venus, discovered alien life, studied it and returned before crashing to Earth... Why didn't we watch that movie instead?Theres some initial suspense and the monster effects, or which there are more than the usual fare, are in great form, but sadly the human characters are two dimensional at best, forgettable at worst.

Danielle P (gb) wrote: A combination of sexy and cute.

Greg W (gb) wrote: ok WWII pic post WWII