Set in 1984 in Sandusky, Ohio, it follows a teenager as he copes with his sexuality on the last day of school in 1984. As the youth, played with a heartbreaking sweetness by Chris Stafford, goes through his first rites of gay passage he emerges as a poignant gay everyman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edge Of Seventeen
A gay teenager finds out who he is and what he wants, who his friends are, and who loves him, in this autobiographical tale set in middle U.S. in the 1980s. Growing up, learning about life, love, sex, friends, and lovers.
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Larry T (nl) wrote: Watching a bunch of attractive college kids from mostly wealthy families compete in a brand new boat, I couldn't shake the feeling that this documentary was originally meant to be a reality competition series for the Disney Family Channel. I'm sure that some fans of sailing might find it fun, but the lack of drama makes this doc as bland as the showcased personalities.
Countess N (au) wrote: A stupid couple go into the woods that are filled with sinister locals...always a bad idea especially if you are as stupid as this pair of idiots!
Josh E (ru) wrote: Expands on the first film to great effect.Stakes are raised and ideas are expanded upon.Not as fresh a concept as the original but that is to be expected...great sequel but be sure to catch the first one before viewing!
Amy H (es) wrote: So close to 4 stars. Slow to develop, but worth the wait. Love Emily Mortimer.
Matt L (br) wrote: Dark and bloody. I enjoyed the plot even if it was somewhat predictable. But I always enjoy Viggo Mortensen in anything.
Alex r (us) wrote: Wishmaster 3 is an unnecessary third film in this dull series. Poorly written and directed, the film feels tired and uninspired. Chris Angel's directing is sloppy, and it shows on-screen. The film doesn't display anything original or refreshing and instead adopts the gore factor as a tool to try to save it from mediocrity. Unfortunately, it backfires. This film is yet another pointless sequel that doesn't work, and basically ruins what the first one tried to do. The film is stupid, and not worth your time. There's nothing makes this film interesting and worth watching, and with every other low-budget straight to DVD film, it suffers because the filmmakers don't put any effort in trying to create something watchable and ultimately memorable. This is an awful film that has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. This is simply put a needless second sequel to a film that didn't need any follow-up, especially poorly thought out films that are plainly misses the mark at delivering effective horror. This is a standard low-budget affair that relies on the standard straight to DVD formula. The filmmakers clearly don't care how the film would look. The result is a film that is a mess from start to finish, a poorly executed film, one that really doesn't deliver anything worthwhile. Avoid this third film if you can. There are far better films than this one, and this ends up just being a stupid sequel that never should have been.
Tim S (es) wrote: For the few things that Forbidden World gets right, it gets the most important things all wrong. I know walking into this that it will be a low budget, poorly-acted but charming rip-off of another movie. The problem is that it's just so boring. It's filled to the nines with lots of technical plot details that none of the actors make compelling or believable in any way. The special effects were famously done by the crew behind Aliens (including James Cameron himself) and was written by Jim Wynorsky, who went on to direct a number of cult classics. To say that I was disappointed with the film is an understatement. I actually find Galaxy of Terror to be superior, as it rips off the same film anyways. No amount of nudity and gore will make me like a film better because of its presence. The rest has to work too, and it doesn't in this case. Even the director's cut of the film titled Mutant isn't any better than its theatrical counterpart.
Anthony R (gb) wrote: Amazing movie on a directing level, political level, and storyline. I'm kinda scared of going insane now. I gotta stop cooping myself up in my room working all the time.