Slumber Party Massacre III
After a hard day of volleyball at the beach, a teen whose parents are away decides to have a slumber party with her girlfriends. Their boyfriends predictably show up to scare them, but a stranger from the beach is also seen lurking around the house. Soon the group begins experiencing an attrition problem.
- Category:Drama, Horror
- Stars:Aída Alberti, Carlos Castro, Max Citelli, Chela Cordero, Nelly Darén, Hugo del Carril, Florindo Ferrario, Felisa Mary, José Olarra, Maruja Pais, Carlos Rivas, Ernesto Vilches, Keely Christian, Brittain Frye, Michael Harris, David Greenlee, Brandi Burkett, Hope Marie Carlton, Maria Claire, Maria Ford, Garon Grigsby, Devon Jenkin, David Kriegel, David Lawrence, Lulu Wilson, Yan Birch, Marta Kober,
- Director:Sally Mattison,
- Writer:Catherine Cyran (screenplay)
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(es) wrote: Give half star for eyes candy bikini
(kr) wrote: Not great. Not bad. I dunno, maybe it was a little bad. There wasn't much sacrifice in this movie. It seems that everybody got what they wanted. So I guess it was kind of boring in that sense. I giggled a couple times though.
(jp) wrote: People keep saying that film Director Richard Kelly killed his career with Southland Tales, but I wanted to see it solely because it featured Sarah Michelle Gellar.Southland Tales had an interesting intro with a good setup, but the issue with Southland Tales is that it attempts to tell too many stories. It follows so many characters that the plot dynamics are difficult to keep up with, and many of them just aren't that entertaining. When you're making a film which has multiple plotlines which intertwine in one way or another, you have to ensure that most of then are quite interesting, but in Southland Tales' case very few of them are entertaining and Richard Kelly fails to convey the same tenacity over them as a director that he had over Donnie Darko. Richard Kelly utterly fails to find a balance between insightful scripting and plotting with incorporating in a visual style , and so what we're left with is a bunch of cultural icons on screen playing characters we don't care about beneath a fairly striking and creative visual style. He achieves the style, but not the substance. Richard Kelly in his not-so-infinite wisdom, decided to attempt to make Southland Tales a commentary on world war and society, but both dynamics essentially cancel each other out and become forgotten amongst as story about a political scandal and The Scorpion King dealing with an impaired memory while dating pornstar Buffy the Penis Slayer. The ambitious vision that Richard Kelly had for Southland Tales becomes clouded in the lack of structure and story direction, and so it collapses under its own weight fairly quickly. You get Southland Tales by combining the storytelling mediums of Donnie Darko and Magnolia by piling them on each other. But this doesn't make a good movie, Richard Kelly. I'm sorry, but it just doesn't. It just doesn't work for you to try and have a political and social satire based on too many characters that also rips the fabric of space and time. You could have made multiple films chronicling these ideas during your 6 year hiatus from directing, and it would have worked better that way. But this insensible and overly long and clustered confusion fest is lacking in packing any real story structure or sufficient script. I mean the script is memorable solely because of some of the laughably ridiculous lines in it that don't make any sense such as "Pimps don't commit suicide" or my personal favourite "If you don't let me suck your d*ck I'm gonna kill myself". Why, Mr Kelly, did you write all this after writing the original and insightful Donnie Darko? I do not understand it.But honestly I love the fact that Southland Tales has an ensemble cast assembled from low profile yet notable actors who have had their chance of glory and are now keeping a low profile such as Jon Lovitz, Zelda Rubinstein, Wallace Shawn and the ever-legendary Highlander himself, Christopher Lambert. See, growing up I always wondered why nobody gathered a bunch of forgotten actors and made a film with them all, but Richard Kelly did that with Southland Tales and I commend him for the effort.And the style and imagery in Southland Tales is surely entertaining because it had an almost angelic lighting to it mixed in with strong cinematography and good quality film editing. All this combined to ensure that Southland Tales has memorable imagery and a surreal tone to it, because admittedly I did spend a large quantity of time wondering what in Southland Tales was real. So there is a little bit of the beneficial Donnie Darko spirit in Southland Tales even if it isn't played out as well. I do enjoy the colour of Southland Tales and the bright lighting because it's very setting in the atmosphere and works as a statement about how issues are just ignored and thrown off casually in the modern world. The atmosphere gets intense in the darkness as the lighting enters it's nighttime stage, and so things really are gripping,And the B movie acting style the cast follows succeeds with Sarah Michelle Gellar's natural charm keeping her a genial presence, Dwayne Johnson's cheap acting skills being a little strong and a little humourous, and some of Sean William Scott's finest serious dramatic work and surprisingly some of the best of his career.And Christopher Lambert was also as awesome as ever, and Jon Lovitz was ok too.But Southland Tales is a visually interesting yet substantially confusing film which even the filmmakers and stars fail to understand. But it's not one worth destroying a career as Richard Kelly just shows that he has too much ambition.
(br) wrote: with baabul ma favourite film- I hope i will know the same love in the futur, with my husband....
(us) wrote: If you are pondering why I watch so many bad movies is because I want to be able to judge it and warn others not to watch it. This movie is one of the most boring movies I've seen. Just by the cover I could tell this was crap. The first one was dark and anti-Disney but this completely says screw you to the first one. Mrs. Brisbey is only in this movie for two scenes and only has dialog in one of them. That alone should explain why it's bad.
(us) wrote: pretty decent movie.
(es) wrote: An extremely suspenseful movie!
(us) wrote: The movie is a one note joke. It is only worth it to pass the time in a mindless hour and a half. Only people interested in gangster films could sit through it. Keaton plays the gangster role in an exaggerated wooden imitation of James Cagney. It plays as a morality tale that he narrates to a would be shoplifter he catches in his pet store. Keaton's character narrates his beginnings as he is lured into a gang and continues through his rise while his brother makes his way into the DA's office. Personally, it did not have big laughs, but provided good chuckles throughout the film. The energy from the actors was perfect but the script was doomed; you can foresee the shortcomings of the script before the film action begins when you see that there were four writers involved. It was a pass the time goofy kind of movie with some teenage level humor.
(fr) wrote: Oliver! (1968) C-153m. ??? 1/2 D: Carol Reed. Mark Lester, Ron Moody, Jack Wild, Shani Wallis, Oliver Reed, Hugh Griffith. One of the most timeless musicals ever, adapted from Charles Dickens' landmark novel, Oliver Twist, about young boy who escapes orphanage, proceeds to guided pickpocket life. Fine performances, songs, spirited choreography by Onna White in grand overall production. Wild is a sheer delight as (cleverly billed) The Artful Dodger. Check out David Lean's non-musical version, OLIVER TWIST (1948). Oscars: Picture, Director, Art-Direction, Sound, Score, plus a Special Achievement award for White's "Outstanding choreography".
(fr) wrote: Ava Gardner IS the goddess Pandora.
(us) wrote: The Freshman is a true comedy gem that should be remembered as one of the most funniest, romantic and certainly energetic high school/college films of our time. One big reason the movie is so good is only by one performance by Harold Lloyd is damn genius, he carries the film so well woth his charm and facial expressions that the movie wouldn't be good at all without him. The movie is nicely paced and the football sequence was excellently well crafted amd gets the most laughs from that. Also this movie started the many things we see in these kinds of movies today, such as bullies, the quiet girl that falls for lead, and suspense as well for sport movies, just a lot of cliches all started here but you can't blame it because its almost 90 years old. The movie has an amazing ending and really touching with so much charisma that its hard not to leave with a smile on your face. I do feel that some of the humor is outdated and parts in here which slow down but as much for complaints nothing much really. As the movie averages out its a comedy classic that people should see if your a big movie buff, just overall fantastic movie. 9.5/10
(jp) wrote: Sad story but very good movie and acting.
(ru) wrote: Haha, yes the movie was silly and stupid but it was a blast!
(nl) wrote: Bem triste, e a Maggie Gyllenhaal est interessante no papel.
(ag) wrote: One of my personal favorites! This is a must see for any Orson Welles fan as well as anyone who loves Classic movies.. Great performance from Joseph Cotten as well as Welles and the rest of the cast. The music from the film is also unforgettable Anton Karas was a local musician who played the Zither at bars in Vienna.. Carol Reed discovered him while working on the filmAnd the rest is history.. Orson Welles once said that his role as Harry Lime was the role of a lifetime.. I don't think anyone could of played it better. See for yourself.
(jp) wrote: Goddamn, why did I keep delaying this.
(fr) wrote: Bob Clark's early feature Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things is a typically low-budget, rather dull, obnoxious little would-be comedy, although the last 15 minutes or so contain some effective low-budget zombie effects.