A doctor has a lifelike, anatomically-correct medical dummy, with muscles and organs visible through its clear skin, named Pin (after Pinocchio). Via ventriloquism, Pin explains bodily functions in a way kids can relate to. When the over-strict doctor and his wife are killed in a car crash, his son (Leon) transfers his alter-ego into Pin, whom he always believed was alive. He starts using Pin as an excuse to over-protect his sister (Ursula) from admirers and deflect unwanted intrusions, even to the extent of committing murder.
- Stars:David Hewlett, Cynthia Preston, Terry O'Quinn, Bronwen Mantel, John Pyper-Ferguson, Helene Udy, Patricia Collins, Steven Bednarski, Katie Shingler, Jacob Tierney, Michelle Anderson, Joan Austen, Jamie Stern, David Gow, Terrence Labrosse,
- Director:Sandor Stern,
- Writer:Sandor Stern (screenplay), Andrew Neiderman (based on the novel by)
In this low-budget descendant of Psycho, Ursula and Leon are sister and brother, living alone, save for a large wooden puppet they call "Pin" (for Pinocchio). When Ursula starts hanging ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: I love Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston but this was a very hard movie to get into. After 35 minutes I just turned it off
(ca) wrote: There are some good scenes here, but none of it amounts to much. Often films ask me to believe in the unbelievable, and, if they are good films, I will. I will not for this film. As hokey as the wind spirits looked in Fassenden's earlier film, Wendigo, they were much more convincing, much more frightening. Here, there is no explanation for what they are, only that they are somehow Mother Nature's way to get back at humans for polluting the earth. Why a better plot couldn't have been thought up, who knows. What I do know is that this was a hardly entertaining waste of time. For horror fans, or fans of film in general, skip this one.
(it) wrote: As still as a corpse, and as cold.
(gb) wrote: With a name like Sinestro you know he was destine for great things.
(mx) wrote: wow...this was surprisingly interesting...well up until the end anyway. It's not terribly well acted but it is very original. It is certainly a storyline very different than anything I have ever seen. I am not a fan of the fact that it was shot against green screen. It simply looks too fake to really pull you in.
(mx) wrote: Terrible script, terrible acting especially Melyssa Ford, full of stereotypes and recycled storylines. Big Daddy Kane was the only good thing in this movie.
(au) wrote: This movie is so stupid, but it's fun stupid. Tommy Chong is perfect as the original owner of the evil bong, the nude scenes work, and the voicework of the bong is surprisingly really good. It's truly for the cheese lovers.
(au) wrote: It certainly sparked an interest to want to watch it a second time around... I think that warrants 4 stars!!
(au) wrote: It had some scary moments, as well as one very good death, but it had very cheesy moments. However it did had some pretty good cast that was decent in this movie, because this time the script and it's dialogue worked a little bit better. Finally, the scene during the credits was a great Easter egg! I really liked it and enjoyed it.
(it) wrote: great cast but the movie is a bit of a cliche.
(fr) wrote: Love this movie! Its so cute and deep.
(ru) wrote: Surprisingly decent.
(nl) wrote: Rich Beverly Hills teen Terry Barkley (Linda Blair) is a musical genius on her way to Juilliard, but all she really wants to do is win a roller boogie contest at Venice Beach with local hot shot Bobby James (Jim Bray). Come on, people, this isn't meant to be taken seriously. Lots of fun roller skating scenes and catchy disco tunes (there's even one by Cher called "Hell On Wheels!"), plus so-bad-it's-good dialogue. "So what! I'm a musical genius! What a drag, what a bummer!" Just sit back and take a trip back in time to 1979 when things were a lot more innocent and fun.
(au) wrote: I loved it! Of course some people complain that it's too long, and I agree, so I skipped a couple of the not so important scenes. Other than that, I loved it. The whole idea that there is some mystical village in the mountains of Tibet where there's peace and harmony and no currency! Wow. Who wouldn't want to live there? This movie does focus on some high concepts but even if you don't understand them this movie is cool. My favourite part was the ending, it was brilliant. You must see this movie.
(us) wrote: Shakespeare y Kurosawa. What else? O the gusta o fuck you.Toshiro Mifune, eres increible.
(it) wrote: It's got style and James Cagney is perfectly cast as the gangster, Cody Jarrett. I thought the ending was a letdown considering its reputation though. (First and only viewing - 12/16/2014)
(it) wrote: Amusing? Yes. Comedy? Perhaps not . . . or if it is, one of the darkest I've ever seen. Granted, this film still lives up to the prestige attached to the Chaplin name, but when you examine its place in the timeline of his movies, you start to see that from "Modern Times" onward, he became much more outspoken about society . . . and much more cynical about it.
(br) wrote: Somehow cute, very sad :(