The Devil Within

The Devil Within

A night of sex, drugs and partying in the Hollywood Hill's is the perfect setting for Serina's 18th birthday - until this high school pool party goes horribly wrong when an uninvited guest begins killing everyone

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Anthony G (ru) wrote: Not a bad movie, but a bit slow.

Jessica B (es) wrote: Radio personality and environmentalist Phil Valentine reveals the political and financial boondoggles of the Global Warming movement. Years of painstaking research and interviews have culminated in a thought provoking and funny documentary. Phil follows the money and the power plays to the perpetrators of the biggest junk science scandal of the century. This film brings Climategate to a whole new level. Spoiler alert -the Climate Change mantra is completely dissected and exposed to the harsh light of scientific fact. The scientists whose data was subverted in the famous IPCC (Intergovernmental panel on Climate Change) report discuss their actual findings. Every major crony and taxpayer dollar of Cap & Trade is revealed. The film is especially timely as even the mainstream media has begun to report on findings of blatant data manipulation in the most common studies cited to prove man made climate change. The production quality is extremely good and the unique music score matches the fun friendly mood of the film.

Isaac R (ru) wrote: It's a very funny movie it's a movie for the kids and family

Gordon H (ag) wrote: The Final Stage Has Been Set!Originally written July 29, 2009--As Death Eaters wreak havoc in both the Muggle and Wizard worlds, Hogwarts is no longer a safe haven for students. Though Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) suspects there are new dangers lurking within the castle walls, Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) is more intent than ever on preparing the young wizard for the final battle with Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). Meanwhile, teenage hormones run rampant through Hogwarts, presenting a different sort of danger. Love may be in the air, but tragedy looms, and Hogwarts may never be the same again. The final stage in the Harry Potter saga has been set! Not only is this the finest adaptation yet of J.K. Rowling's addictive canon, it's also the first to shine on its own merit, without having to rely on past films for its emotional weight. Director David Yates presides over several incredible CGI set pieces, but the real magic comes from the performances of the fantastic cast. This film is wonderful! Two thumbs way up!

Samuel H (au) wrote: Stupid, idiotic, terribly acted, all together worthless, and yet I love it. Why? Because I loved it as a kid and even in all of its stupidity I still find Mr. Bean funny. Also, it doesn't hurt that Natalie Imbruglia is gorgeous.

Steven H (es) wrote: A better film than it's predecessor. Terrific acting mix with great storytelling and the greatest visual effects ever seen in Christian film making. A terrific film not to be missed! Grade: A+

Cat P (au) wrote: Sexy dancing Australians... yum.

Joe A (nl) wrote: Laserblast is a low budget sci-fi thriller from Charles Band that actually could have been a decent B-movie had it been in more competent hands instead of becoming of of MST3K's funniest episodes. Even still, it is a guilty pleasure of mine and carries the nostalgia of being one of the flicks seen at my beloved Oritani Theater in Hackensack, NJ. Laserblast opens as an alien outlaw is being pursued on Earth across a desert. After a brief firefight, the reptilian space cops (some cool stop motion FX from the late David Allen) blast the alien bad guy, but, in an effort to avoid detection, are forced to flee and the alien's weapon is left behind. Enter troubled teen Billy (Kim Milford) who, aside from his girlfriend (70s exploitation queen, Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith), is picked on by almost everyone in town including the pot smoking cops. Obviously fate puts the alien weapon in Billy's hands and now he has the power to get back at those who abuse him. With the alien weapon transforming him into something unearthly, can Billy be stopped? Laserblast is sadly directed in a pedestrian manner by Michael Rae and a little energy would have helped a lot as even Billy's climactic rampage (if blowing up a few cars and a mailbox is a rampage) is very by the numbers and lacks any suspense. Rae's idea of dramatic intensity is to show the same explosion over and over in slow motion from multiple camera angles and have star Milford overact when under alien influence. And speaking of the acting, the performances range from bland to bad with even cameos from vets Keenan Wynn and Roddy McDowell being obvious paycheck grabs. The casting is also odd in the case of Milford who is too good looking and well built to be believable as the picked on kid especially when nerd legend, Eddie Deezen (his first flick), is cast as one of the bullies. Love to ask the casting director what the inspiration was for that casting aside from booze. But, the cast isn't totally to blame as the bad dialog from the weak script isn't going to help anyone's performance especially when the director doesn't seem to be giving much inspiration. But, at least David Allen provides some good effects for such a low budget flick and things are blown up quite frequently. Despite all it's flaws, I still think there is a 'so bad it's good charm' here and the film does have the previously stated nostalgia element for me personally. Recommended to those who love to have a good bad movie along with their six pack.

Anthony V (br) wrote: Not as good as "Let's Do It Again", but has its moments.

Graeme H (es) wrote: A movie where you do not understand what is happening, and once you do understand, either you don't care or you wish you hadn't known. One might imagine that with so much depression Yapo may have been expecting Oscar glory; not the case. With a very low enjoyment level, you can do better, but it's not the worst.

Mayra N (es) wrote: I have high hopes for this film!

Sean A (ru) wrote: A fantastic original concept ruined by a stupid final act. The first half of the film its original and sweet, however it stops being original and gives in to the overused cliches and stupid gimmicks that completely ruin it. As if that wasn't bad enough, the ending is the cheesiest, sappy, garage I've ever seen.

Joe W (fr) wrote: Barry Lyndon, for four hours not going to the bathroom please this is a Stanley Kubrick must see film. With animation and everything. This is a beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful film I have ever seen in my life. Funny thing before I saw Amadeus I saw Barry Lyndon. I was from Amadeus steals a bit of Stanley Kubrick's cinematography to bring into Amadeus which I find it very funny today yet they claim that Amadeus was the first film to not use any lighting. Stanley Kubrick worked in many ways to bring natural lighting to the film and bringing executing beautiful scenery from playing poker on one scene with the candles, brings in the unique way to bring to cinematography and a new era for creating new ways to bring into film, which I do believe that Stanley Kubrick is the father of that genre. Four hours sitting into a movie is worth watching. Especially if it has the main title Stanley Kubrick over the title. From us rich colors Rich storyline Rich acting I have ever seen in English 1700 like era. As for this is maybe funny this was supposed to be the same cinematography like in Napoleon which was written before Barry Lyndon. And owning a script play I am very disappointed that MGM or Warner Bros. did not want any part of having FM which is written or directed by Stanley Kubrick what a disappointment but thankfully thankfully we have Barry Lyndon for hidden for the rich cinematography that is deserve an Oscar for god sake Oscars suck it for not having any credits for Stanley Kubrick with his rich cinematography and rich story telling. What a beautiful execute a film that I have ever seen from a hand painted drawing to cinema is yet the most genius thing at Stanley Kubrick nor any other director would've had tribute. Grade A perfect 10