Pathology

Pathology

Medical student Ted Grey (Milo Ventimiglia) graduates at the top of his class and quickly joins an elite pathology program, whose top students invite him into their circle. There he uncovers a gruesome secret: They play a game in which one tries to commit the perfect, undetectable murder, then the others compete to determine the victim's cause of death.

Medical student Ted Grey graduates at the top of his class and quickly joins an elite pathology program, whose top students invite him into their circle to devise a deadly game: to see which one of them can commit the perfect murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jamie C (gb) wrote: Spawn is again the kind of film that feels like a cheap Ps2 game, Ok the story is pretty good even though it's not told in great detail, The effects were pretty poor and the acting just as bad, Some ok action scenes but nothing great, It tries too hard to appeal to the younger viewers which made the film feel corny and silly, Never known much about the Spawn comics so just going on the film itself it's pretty dull and lackluster but maybe fans of Spawn will like it better.

Ted H (br) wrote: a very funny and entertaining doc that has some surprising things to say.

Jennifer W (it) wrote: The directors of this movie really SHOULD back down. Ha. Got em.

Blake F (de) wrote: Batman Begins is one of the best Superhero origin story in a movie, with stunning action and a awesome lead performance by Christian Bale.

Robert W (gb) wrote: nothing new in he story line

Leena L (nl) wrote: As one fellow critic noted, "the film needed more Jennifer Connelly". darn right. And far less Nick Nolte. not a bad film but it could have been so much more.....

WK J (ru) wrote: Sex bomb, baby; yeah!

Daniel D (es) wrote: Fun film. Alan Rickman rocks here.

James H (br) wrote: 75/100. The plot is certainly a little far fetched and melodramatic but it is an engrossing and well made films as well. With Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles heading the cast, it's hard to go wrong. Nice art direction. It's quite interesting seeing a very young Natalie Wood.