Sci-Fi High: The Movie Musical
Mysterious forces complicate the everyday problems of high school students in this quirky, blast-from-the-past musical.
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Barry P (ca) wrote: horrible story...fly on the wall doc
David N (gb) wrote: worst acting ever, at first I thought it was a joke! not even Ken Foree could bring it out of the dead.
Amarkis A (fr) wrote: Adorable in every way and an inspiring film. There are some parts that are confusing, and some that sometimes don't make sense, however i fully recommend it for an audience looking for something cute and sweet. Five stars. One of my favorites!
natasha m (kr) wrote: this movie is soo funny.
Khanh D (jp) wrote: Dit des choses trs belles
Cory T (au) wrote: Finally after a string of duds, 'Mother's Day, an acidic dark comedy and horror hybrid has salvaged the doldrums of Halloween. Troma Entertainment has never been airtight with technical gaffes (an editing mistake results in a blood spray occurring prior to a decapitation), but this chilling oddity benefits incalculably from the gregarious rapport of the female trio and a savage satire on obeying one's elders. During a candid slide-show of their Rat Pack college pranks and a 'Now & Then'-esque flashback to their retaliation against a prideful baseball player, the three woman are multifaceted and given an inseparable camaraderie that we sympathize with. Rose Ross as mother is both hospitable and unspeakably vile. The backwoods brothers recreate television shows because the Svengali mother "take's what's good from the city and leaves the rest". Some of the lampooning is tacked-on like the non-idyllic portrayals of LA and NY, but 'Mother's Day' is first and foremost a rabid exploitation movie and it drips an unbearably sickening atmosphere (the supernatural Queenie freeze-frame is a pulpy jump scare) which is the purpose of these films.