One day, Jason finds an unusual board game called Mamba. When his surfer friends start to play, the games unleashes its deadly curse, killing the losers in a gruesome fashion. Supposedly it will grant the winner a wish. As his companions die off, Jason decides that the only way he can reverse the tragedy is by continuing to play. With his girlfriend, Erica, Jason rolls the dice and hopes to make his wish before one of them suffers a horrible fate.
One day, Jason (Mike Vogel) finds an unusual board game called Mamba. But he does not know that it claims a life every time it is played. As the body count begins to multiply, the rest of the players race to cheat death by unearthing the secret of Mamba's supernatural curse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jay M (jp) wrote: The obvious empty scene is made up for with the mystery of the setting's emptiness and the constant chilling events that occur in between.
Andy G (fr) wrote: survival of the dead is the last great zombie movie done by George Romero the group of soldiers that gets involved what's a group off to people fighting over what to do with the zombies in trying to make zombies eat animals instead of humans.(2010)A-.
Lars P (it) wrote: Good war film. Feels like a documentary, which makes it more real. Marines will love it!
Narsi R (gb) wrote: ultimate movie.., nobody should miss this...
Seher K (es) wrote: the layering of the corporate world dirty game is marvelously done by Madhur Bhandarkar. A brutally excellent film with excellent performances by Kay Kay Menon and Rajat Kapoor. the portrayal of the shrewd business world is an accomplishment! a must see! i was kinda getting exhausted with cliched indian cinema.
Ella G (ca) wrote: a true story... din pacate asta e lumea in care traim....pacat!!!:(
james k (ag) wrote: one of the sickest films i've seen in a long time.
Ryan A (ru) wrote: "Drumline is a movie that is really refreshing to watch." With breakthrough performances and fl-nominal directing by Charles Stone III. Score of the music is two thumbs-up from start to finish. Effects is really good as well.
Rikard B (fr) wrote: Blickls totalt! Enda bra r vl att Reese ser bra ut!
Amanda H (jp) wrote: I'll never understand how a book so good can be turned into a movie so terrible. And not only is the adaptation ridiculously bad, but the production quality looks more like 1973 than 1993. This is bad in so many ways and I'm not sure why I actually sat through the entire thing. Wishful thinking, I guess.
Jeff M (it) wrote: I haven't seen this film in 15 years, and it was just not the way I remember it. Too many (yes...too many) music montages and slow-motions of terrible facial expressions, along with bad acting throughout every scene. The whole reason Howell gets into Volleyball is shallow. I am very glad Necessary Roughness was released following this, as it seems some of the actors were in pre-season form. And Tony Burton, the only sideline you belong on has three ropes in front of it.
Scott M (ru) wrote: very much a strangely shot film weird but watchable
Koko L (de) wrote: Swear...they making a remake...this remake crap is really starting to piss me off..ugh..the original is a classic...who in the hell is going to play booger?