Spirit Camp

Spirit Camp

When a street smart "goth girl" (Roxy Vandiver) is forced to attend cheerleader camp as part of her rehabilitation from a juvenile correction facility, she clashes with the "popular girls," and finds herself embroiled in a bitter rivalry with the bitchy ringleader Rachel (Julin). But when members of the spirit squad start turning up dead, the girls must put aside their differences and struggle to survive the murderous rage of a crazed psycho-killer lurking among them!

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Yvan C (mx) wrote: J'adore le manga, j'ai ador la srie, et le film qui reprend le premier arc ne pouvait que me plaire :D

Nisha S (kr) wrote: Heartwarming Tale of True Love

Paul G (ru) wrote: Hilarious and I wish it was longer

Rachel C (ag) wrote: Saw this film and it's really just one more reason to love Elizabeth Mitchell. I swear I don't know why, but there is just something about her that really makes you care about what she's going through. The rest of the cast - especially Miranda Bailey and Erik Paladino - also impress with their storylines. The kidnapping storyline, to be honest, is a little slow but it ends well and though the storyline of the black writer who doesn't like black people feels a little tacked on, it adds a welcome lightness to an otherwise very dark movie.

Becca W (de) wrote: A great British crime flick with some interesting twists.

Lee P (au) wrote: On of Martin Scorcese's first films. Not very good and messy but this looks like MS just wanted to test to see what he can get away with. The last 5mins is pure camera techniques that we have seen in his personel best few the years.

Grant A (ru) wrote: Bette Davis is the shit! She always plays crazy.

Joseph B (br) wrote: John Sturges's 1955 film "Bad Day at Black Rock" sets Spencer Tracy against a barren desert landscape in this beautifully filmed widescreen Technicolor thriller. The film is based off a 1947 short story by Howard Breslin called "Bad Day at Honda." The film shows how the war created anti-Japanese sentiment among many Japanese-Americans. Made only ten years after the end of the war, one could say it attempts to condemn that era in American history. Tracy and a marvelous supporting cast including Robert Ryan, Ernest Borgnine, Lee Marvin and Anne Francis co-star.In a small desert community named Black Rock in 1945, the train stops for the first time in four years surprising all who live there as people come out of their shops and homes to see who is getting off. The man who gets off the train is John J. Macreedy (Spencer Tracy), a mysterious man with one arm who is looking for Adobe Flats. The townspeople are incredibly suspicious of Macreedy, his arrival in the town polarizes them. The only person in the town who thinks Macreedy isn't up to no good is a man named Doc, played by the always wonderful character actor Walter Brennan. Macreedy visits the local sheriff Tim Horn (Dean Jagger) and reveals he's looking for a man named Komako. As soon as Horn hears the name Komako, he immediately fumbles his alcohol.The town seems lawless and Horn only seems to hold the position of sheriff, but Reno Smith (Robert Ryan) runs the town. Smith informs Macreedy that Komako came in 1941 but three months after Pearl Harbor he was taken away to a relocation center. Smith reveals extreme anti-Japanese sentiment calling them "rats" and saying that although there's a law against shooting dogs he wouldn't let a mad dog bite him before he shoots it. Macreedy starts to get suspicious of the townspeople, he believes that something may have happened to Komako after visiting Adobe Flats and sees that it's been burned to the ground. He also notices that the ground is covered in wildflowers leading him to believe there is a grave there. There is a contrast between the armless Macreedy and Smith. Macreedy lost his arm fighting in Italy and Smith was unable to join the Marines after failing a physical. This is an excellent tense, taunt, short film of only 81 minutes. It's straight forward.

Owen L (jp) wrote: A Tim Burton masterpiece. A unique idea crazily put together by Master Burton. And the script - that was just awesome. And the acting - Johnny Depp is the best.This movie is artwork.

Caroline P (es) wrote: Gets better and better every time I see it. The subtle humor and nuances of each character come out more and more.

Alex S (gb) wrote: Weird kung fu film starring David Carradine and Christopher Lee, written by Bruce Lee and James Coburn.