A series of murder cases occurs at the Lanier College while it’s nearing the end of a final exam week. What should the students do to prevent an indiscriminate killing spree by a mental killer? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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M K (gb) wrote: The next cult classic? Some fine performances from great actors in a low budget comedy. Christopher Lloyd alone is worth it. Plus, there are clowns! What's not to like? This indie is certainly different. I hope you're not easily offended.
Michael P (ca) wrote: Solid documentary. If you're in the mood to watch a documentary this would be one of the better choices that you could make. When comedy and art meet.
Pavan R (fr) wrote: Based on true events of the Vietnam war based on a book...it's quite a powerful representation of the horrific war that was like every other war I guess. Tries to give a bit of the opposition perspective too but not too much, so not sure how necessary it was as at the end it wasn't a balanced representation of both sides. Still makes for a good watch and fills you with empathy for the people who fought it.
Jens J (au) wrote: It's a pity that this is not a famous movie - it's funny, charming and very warm-hearted. And this comes from me who usually hates "coming of age" stories...
Jason M (gb) wrote: This is an underrated Stanley Kubrick film. Although I would not regard this as one of the greatest films of all time, it still contains all the essential Kubrick elements of low dialogue and high visuals.The film is an adaptation of the 1926 novel "Dream Story". Kubrick takes us on the dream-like journey of Dr. Hartford as he tinkers with promiscuity in the wake of marital turbulence. I am not a big fan of Tom Cruise, but given this Kubrick vehicle delivers a strong performance, along with Nicole Kidman, his real life wife at the time. It is said that the Hollywood power couple approached the master Kubrick with a desire to be cast in one of his films. With his health failing, this last master stroke provided them with their wish.The scene at the mansion are spellbinding. The backward chants of the clerics provide an eerie backdrop to the raw sex exposed as the focus of festivities. The film provides us insight to the very real sexual secret societies of the ultra powerful.
Jonny M (fr) wrote: A very good watch. Ben Affleck at his best, with a quality cast that helps keep the tension going.
angel p (ca) wrote: this was a great movie
Douglas I (kr) wrote: This may be the lowest rating I've given a Disney film, but sadly, it deserved it. Most of the film was worthwhile, especially the village boys - charming in every way. The screenplay was weak - adapted from a children's novel. The music was horrid, but thankfully only consisted of the opening theme. The characters lack motive and the voice over work is lackluster. There is still a bit of that Disney magic that saves the show. Disney himself supervised on location in Ireland - that's gotta count for something.
Michael S (de) wrote: One of the very few sequels able to stand completely in it's own right, and one that at the very least matches up to it's predecessor. The ending brought straight tears to my eyes which is incredibly rare these days. If the third film equals the first two, this will be my new favorite film trilogy. It's that endearing and affecting.
Steve H (de) wrote: Michael Caine proved he was a great actor in the 1972 film 'Sleuth'.....but he's also been in some pretty bad movies too. This is one of those 'why?' films.
Michael K (de) wrote: I guess I have a terrible taste in movies... No I don't! Movie critics suck. This was a beautiful comedy with a lot of laughs and surprisingly tears as well. Not many movies pull off these shifts in emotions so well. It's a must watch!
GM W (au) wrote: awesome movie, D.J. Caruso, was an excellent choice to direct.
Dylan M (mx) wrote: Open Season had good animation but does not please my inner family type movie needs. Its not completely bad but it doesnt have necessarily a wow factor to make me like these types of movies.
Jaret M (nl) wrote: Why is this jerk-weed still making movies?