The Brotherhood of Satan
A family is trapped in a desert town by a cult of senior-citizens who recruit the town's children to worship Satan.
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Vaughan M (mx) wrote: Surprisingly memorable and hilarious
Sean R (nl) wrote: What a strong dramatic roles for Harry Connick Jr.It was interesting to see Amanda Bynes to play such an important and educated role where she usually plays the ditsy blond.An inspirational film on not giving up on an idea or a dream to save thousands of lives.Emotionally moving from start to finish.
Todd P (us) wrote: It's a cliche to say this about bad movies, but what the fuck -- I just wasted an hour-and-a-half of my life on this dreck that I will never get back. This may be the ONE time that I will support those who accuse The Asylum of pulling a bait-and-switch with their mockbusters. This one was marketed on the back of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" and explicitly references Allan Quatermain (from King Solomon's Mines and some cheesy 80s Indiana Jones rip-offs), so you'd think that you'd get something like those films right? Wrong -- it was like a cheesy National Geographic/Discovery Channel documentary on the South African veldt (complete with a few minutes of topless dancing native women) with some British "actors" shooting off popguns at each other and muttering incomprehensibly and a bunch of Zulus who apparently just wandered on the set because they had nothing better to do that day. Even B-studios like The Asylum have some standards (which make their cheesy films entertaining), but this one doesn't even live up to those.
Clint B (ag) wrote: Dull; which is sad becuase the movie has an intering premise but just doesn't explore it in a satisfying way. Read or watch "American Psycho" instead.
Wade W (jp) wrote: Megamind is sort of like a combination between The Incredibles and Superman. It packs enough of a punch to set itself apart with the intriguing premise, good life lessons, and incredibly great voice cast. It's definitely not on par with Disney or Pixar, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
Rick U (it) wrote: Why do we read? Why do we write? This meditative movie takes a journey to try to answer it. A reluctant author is found, also.
Joey P (it) wrote: Put this on here with my sister's propting. She loves it, i think its pretty good. A little cheesy though, and really long.
Tanja V (ca) wrote: Saw this on Silver channel... What can I say, it was just brilliant.
Carole T (nl) wrote: Oh dear. Poorly acted, a terrible script and one of the most cringey scenes I've ever seen with Jamie Lee Curtis doing her "striptease".
Ryan B (it) wrote: Tom and Jerry: The Movie is one of my very good animated films ever. I really liked Tom and Jerry The Movie. Reminded me of Looney Tunes. I watched this movie when I was 14 years old. I have my VHS movie at my house. Very good animated film
Ian L (ca) wrote: Bit of a nostalgia trip , dated badly though .
Stephanie T (nl) wrote: He half man, half monster!
James J (nl) wrote: Horribly boring and terribly made. Luckily for me, though, the aliens are awesome and I watched this through 'The Film Crew.'
bill s (ag) wrote: Silly teen romance set in a record store.....yeah,like that's never been done before.
Augustine H (ca) wrote: Such nostalgia is a perfect tribute to the old silent Hollywood era. An excellent movie doesn't have to be piled up by special effects, it could just move the audience by an insightful script, sounding performance from the cast (even without dialogues!) and involving music score. The Artist is a gift for film lovers, and I can see it's going to sweep through the Oscars. P.S. I love the dog!
Martin C (mx) wrote: The hottest girl in this movie is Young Milla :p I fell in love with her at first sight!