Surviving Crooked Lake
A summertime canoe trip turns into a nightmare for four 14-year-old girls.
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Ricardo A (ru) wrote: Despite some flaws, Acolytes dares to be a different kid of killer movie. Great direction and acting.
Chris G (br) wrote: Fleury offers a insightful glimpse of daily life in the hermit state with this fascinating fly-on-the-wall documentary.
Kayla H (ca) wrote: Freakin' terrible. But it has the building that I work in and also some people I work with in it (including the owner who says "t&a"!) so it was kind of cool. There were also some mildly interesting tidbits about the pharmaceutical industry in there. And Katherine Heigl certainly wasn't bad to look at either, especially since she kept taking her clothes off!
Lisa K (kr) wrote: This is an excellent way to learn about the 19th century cholera epidemic and post Napoleonic France. The scenery and the costumes are breathtaking. Juliette Binoche and Olivier Martinez did a terrific job. There is a very memorable scene that will stay with you.
James M (mx) wrote: Unremarkable Wes Craven horror, notable only for an early Sharon Stone performance and an unintentionally hilarious miscasting of Ernest Borgnine
Ben S (es) wrote: A bleak, twisted film noir with a wonderfully deranged performance from Jean Simmons.
Trevor L (kr) wrote: this original is yhe true film
Ash M (nl) wrote: Kubrick movies all need to be watched a lot of times just to understand the metaphors/symbolism he uses within them. This movie has more than any of his other movies.
Kristin B (kr) wrote: Watching moves from the 1970s is always an experience. The period seems to break a lot of rules established in the first half of the century, and does so with varying degrees of success. Against all odds, this random string of events and scenes that I honestly spent most of the movie wonder what the point of it all was is so entertaining and the actors so charismatic that I really didn't care. This rag tag failing pro hockey team is completely ridiculous, but Paul Newman along with a strong supporting cast keep the movie interesting. Bonus points for pre-MPAA ratings language and nudity which would likely have been edited out to keep this PG-13. Gotta love the 70s.