Six people are trapped within the confines of their old high school during their 10th high school reunion with a psychotic, masked preacher who kills them off for their sinful lives they have made for themselves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Redeemer: Son of Satan!
Six people are trapped within the confines of their old high school during their 10th high school reunion with a psychotic, masked preacher who kills them off for their sinful lives they have made for themselves.
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bill s (br) wrote: This may be Pacino's worst film.
Sean T (fr) wrote: A must see! outstanding movie!
Atle L (jp) wrote: What a sad sad story...
Michael R (fr) wrote: I Love This Movie...!
Greg W (nl) wrote: not much funny in this 'comedy' but still watchable.
Christian F (nl) wrote: nick cave looks great!!!!
TheSecond P (ca) wrote: cult movie, liked it allot
Lenora M (gb) wrote: It was a visually beauty film and also the acting was for the most part good. It is similar to Casablanca in a lot of ways and I prefer this movie because of its in color.
Stefan N (ru) wrote: "Battle of Algiers" was the most politically daring film since it directly opposed the advertised politics of its own producing country, France. From the set design to the sound effects and camerawork, the entire film is film purposely in a documentary style retelling what happened in the Algerian War. When reviewing a regular film, you can look at the acting, direction, script, and technical work separately. However, this film feels too real to review in such a manner. All I will say is that the acting, the direction, the script, and the technical work are all perfect for the intentions of the film. The score by Ennio Morricone and the director, Gillo Pontecorve, is suspenseful and perfect for a film that contains acts of terrorism. The script and the editing work together to accomplish a non-chronological yet comprehensive telling of the story. The cinematography and direction also work together to make the film documentary-like. We are taught more in this film about wars that are internalized inside countries. We learn about the suffering of civilians, the extreme uses of manipulation and violence by the military, and the fact that both sides think they are doing the right thing. "Battle of Algiers" is an original telling of a true war that indefinitely wounded a nation due to Pontecorvo's single handed spot-on direction.
Ben S (jp) wrote: A hard-nosed rancher (John Wayne) grabs a hunk of Texas for his spread then, after the civil war, starts a massive cattle drive to stave off bankruptcy. His choice of destination for the drive is Missouri but his adopted son (Montgomery Clift) favours Abilene, which leads to a feud and eventually mutiny. For most of the way this is a tense and brilliant western but it is let down badly by the ending, which is a real cop-out. Perhaps studios dictated there must be a happy endings even back then. John Wayne is terrific and Montgomery Clift, surprisingly, is no slouch as a cowboy, although he did keep reminding me of Ricky Nelson in Rio Bravo (not the other way around as I had seen Rio Bravo first).
Catherine K (jp) wrote: Peter Lorre + Judith Anderson (Mrs. Danvers from Rebecca) = double the creepiness (in a good way, of course)
Mikey M (gb) wrote: An epic and triumphant finale to the trilogy.. The Emperor personifies pure evil and Darth Vader's character is engrossing from beginning to end.