A group of college students stumble upon an abandoned school. The students decide to explore the school just for kicks, but once inside, they find out that the school is not so abandoned. Unbeknownst to them, the school was targeted for a eugenics population control experiment. But, this experiment went terribly wrong. They tried to make better humans. But, they only made monsters. Now these once happy college kids will be hunted down… one by one. But are they being hunted by something less than human… or more? Be careful what you kind of medicine your practice. Some cures will kill you.
- Stars:Ola Akinroluyo, Byron Baudo, Joshua Bednarsky, Emily Brooks, Corey Browne, Shawn Calloway, Drew Chase, JinYoung Choi, Russ Kingston, Abbey Kochman, Kelci C. Magel, Robert Maxwell, Ramona McGowan, Tariq Nasheed, Rachelle Neal,
- Director:Tariq Nasheed,
- Writer:Tariq Nasheed, Aaron Strongoni
A middle school in a small college town was recently shut down because of mysterious toxins found on the premise. These toxins were cause by a secret eugenics program gone wrong. Tonight, a... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: If you're interested in watching someone's ego play out over 2 hours you should watch this movie. All hail James Cameron.
(ag) wrote: a Scandinavian thriller with a lot of dark comedy. A movie that isn't afraid to go into the graphic and absurd. I loved it :-D this movie is well recommended. Would have gotten 4,5 stars if not for the somewhat cheesy ending.
(nl) wrote: Need to see whole thing. Saw about half. Deserved this rating
(de) wrote: predictable chick flick
(nl) wrote: This is the CPR of Batman in every way. Christopher Nolan brings a chilling, gripping, and heartfelt background on the caped crusader. "Batman Begins" is a classic for decades to come. "I Would Quote This Movie"
(gb) wrote: Love this movie! One of my favorites
(us) wrote: Another perfect Errol Flynn movie. It is weird to like him and his movies so much, for me at least, because he is such a creepy guy. But, I have to admit after about ten minutes he had me swooning. Such a great and smooth story. It reads wonderfully and is as smooth as butter.
(mx) wrote: Great movie! A fav!!!
(nl) wrote: A 'shockumentary' comedy about four vampires in a sharehouse and their- largely nocturnal- habits. The humour of Jermaine Clement is both brilliantly original and heavily understated. Not always as funny and rewarding as it deserves to be. The opening scene of a digital alarm clock going off and a decrepit hand reaching out of a coffin to turn it off sets the darkly humourous tone for the movie. I liked the way each character in the house was fleshed out, so to speak, and the inclusion of Rhys Darby and his gang of werewolves led to some funny confrontations
(br) wrote: keep meaning to see it
(de) wrote: VIEWS ON FILM review by Jesse BurlesonAs a minimal bright spot, Josh Duhamel holds his own with a couple of acting heavyweights in 2016's Misconduct (my latest review). Speaking of said heavyweights, well Sir Anthony Hopkins and Al "hoo-ah" Pacino share very little screen time here. This is pretty much Duhamel's show. I mean Al and Tony are decent but they basically just pick up their paychecks. Heck, Hopkins could've been in Maniac Cop 4 and not even known the difference (ha-ha).The story goes like this: Duhamel plays a low-level attorney named Ben Cahill. Upon receiving some illegal information from an ex-girlfriend (Malin Akerman as Emily Hynes), he decides he's gonna file a civil suit against a billionaire, pharmaceutical executive named Arthur Denning (Hopkins). Cahill gets the OK from his firm partner in Charles Abrams (Pacino). Straight-ahead plot contrivances aside, in the flick's opening act, there's a kidnapping scenario involving Denning's mistress that doesn't at all fit into Misconduct's storyline. There's also a couple of scenes (spoiler) in which Duhamel's Cahill kills two people and doesn't even get charged with a crime. Only in Hollywood folks, only in Hollywood.Anyway, Misconduct is shot by first time director Shintaro Shimosawa. He keeps the atmospherics dark and fashions a streamlined, trashy soap opera with two accustomed, twist endings (remember Pacino in The Recruit?) that translate into 106 minutes. In a Basic Instinct sort of way, he follows his actors/actresses with lots of dolly shots, he lets his proceedings obtain a mild level of paranoia, and he films everything to the backdrop of an almost invisible New Orleans (so that's where all the happenings took place). People get murdered, stabbed, and beat up while various plot holes flow aplenty. Misconduct is a guilty watch but to a certain degree, it's a battered "miscalculation".More things to observe in this Lionsgate release: Anthony Hopkins plays a rich guy for the umpteenth time. His character is full of irony, has a sh*t ton of money, and has a hot girlfriend. Al Pacino's character has a weird accent, runs a lawyer firm, and owns a pen worth $68,000 (I'm not kidding). Cast member Glen Powell like in this year's Everybody Wants Some!!, talks too fast, talks to much, and is feverishly annoying. Cast member Alive Eve like in this year's Criminal (she plays Cahill's dull wife), doesn't talk enough and looks as though she's been drugged. Finally, Korean actor Lee Byung-han plays a hitman called The Accountant, a sort of fitting name in a motion picture about moola settlements.Bottom line: If you've seen Fracture (Anthony Hopkins stars in that one too) or 1993's The Firm, you'll sort of roll your eyes while viewing Misconduct. It's not nearly as credible as those films so you can chalk it up to barely being disposable entertainment. Rating: 2 stars.