Summer Camp Nightmare
At Camp North Pines for Boys, the campers, led by the charismatic Franklin Reilly, stage a revolt against the strick owner, Mr. Warren, and lock him and the rest of the councelers up and take over the camp for themselves. But the revol soon spirals out of control as the boys also lead a takeover of the nearby girls camp as well. Then, Mr. Warren is accidently killed trying to escape. And, soon friction happens between the two boys and girls camps, which only one camper, a certain Donald Poultry, tries to get the word out and unseat Franklin as the leader.
- Stars:Chuck Connors, Charlie Stratton, Harold Pruett, Adam Carl, Tom Fridley, Melissa Reeves, Stuart Rogers, Shawn McLemore, Samantha Newark, Nancy Calabrese, Michael Cramer, Rick Fitts, Doug Toby, Shirley Mitchell, Chris Hubbell,
- Director:Bert L. Dragin,
- Writer:Bert L. Dragin (screenplay), Penelope Spheeris (screenplay), William Butler (novel)
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Summer Camp Nightmare torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: It's alright as a family night movie but i rather dislike the mix of Canto-Mandarin.
(ru) wrote: Beautifully filmed, exquisite pace, harrowing tale, elegantly acted, the after effects stay with me and still makes me sigh
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(ca) wrote: Proceeding The Lorax, Michael Moore makes a film that is so hypocritical that it's very existence goes against its message.
(kr) wrote: Very cool use of puppets for re-enactments (Ken Burns, take note, please.)
(ca) wrote: I thought this movie was very cute. I've grown up with the movies and I love them. The tiny long necks are super adorable ^_^
(ca) wrote: Over the Hedge is a pathetic movie about animals stealing the humans food. This movie isn't that great. However, it does have a good plot. I wouldn't really suggest this movie.
(ca) wrote: A crusty British writer goes to her publishers house in France for peace while writing her next novel but gets disturbed and later inspired by the publisher's attractive, loose, and reckless daughter who comes to visit her father's place.
(fr) wrote: SUPER bizarre. Can't remember much.
(ca) wrote: Nice movie, some parts bad, but many good, like romance =)
(ag) wrote: Everyone Says I Love You is a Comedic Musical that's written and directed by the man himself Woody Allen. Honestly I really didn't enjoy this movie like his other ones, yeah this movie has some pretty funny jokes and some decent acting but I think what dragged this movie down was the music. Yeah I didn't mind the first musical number in this movie, but that's it I thought the rest of the musical numbers were so corny and really annoying to listen too. I actually do not know why this movie was a Musical, if Woody Allen just took all the musical numbers out of this movie I think this movie would have been a bit better, maybe not a whole lot better but I definitely would have rated it a little higher. But other than the really annoying musical numbers this movie did have a great cast it stared Woody Allen, Julia Roberts, Edward Norton, Natalie Portman, Drew Barrymore, Goldie Hawn, Alan Alda and Tim Roth and all of them played pretty decent performances, nothing top notch but they did there job. Like I said I also really liked the Comedy in this movie I found very enjoyable and as always you can tell this movie is a Woody Allen movie just by the whole tone of it which I do like. So pretty much this movie was decent, it had great acting and great Comedy I do think it's well deserved to have 3.5 stars, but just because I hated the musical numbers so much I'm only giving it 3 stars.
(it) wrote: Clint de cura... jajajaja me encanta.
(us) wrote: Children of men is equal parts thrilling, haunting, human, bleak and beautiful, and it is by far and away one of the best movies of the 2010's.
(ca) wrote: Phenomenal author Michael Crichton provided the story and screen play, a fantastic ensemble cast directed by the genius Spielberg. I mention the 3 most outstanding and entertaining characters. The great humor provided by the chaos theory expert Goldblum. Wayne Knight was perfectly cast as the gluttonous and greedy villain provided more humor. The venerable Richard Attenborough as the eccentric loving grandfather with a heart of gold. Saw this blockbuster 23 years ago. Saw it again on my 65 inch TV in 3D. Love it even more now having read the first 100 pages of Michael Crichton's classic. The film seen in tandem while reading the book is optimum in the full enjoyment of the story.
(fr) wrote: "Tedium" is the only thing on the menu -- served raw.