An unemployed gamer named Voss (Devin McGinn) entices his pals to help him create a utopian society to impress a potential employer. But paradise is disrupted when his nemesis lays claim to the city and Voss's true love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Matt B (nl) wrote: The WORST Nicholas Sparks adaptation so far. Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel have zero chemistry, nor do they look like they're having much fun here. The "twist" at the end is the most unintentionally hilarious twist I've ever seen in a movie.
Ash J (us) wrote: With the story they cooked up, it could have been great, or at least good. But tragically the cast was horrid, the script lost its way halfway through and the creeps ran out fast.
Scott A (br) wrote: What the hell did I just watch? I rarely understood what was going on and while I love Wuhrer, at one point she just starts screaming in every scene. Im pretty sure Pinhead is in cameo status now.
Tom B (nl) wrote: Terrific, wonderful music, great interviews and historically fascinating though sometimes disturbing.
Chris Q (ca) wrote: Very under appreciated, one of my favorite Linklater movies.
Paul M (mx) wrote: This film is so fucking funny!!!Corey Haim sent waves of shivering delight down my spine with his uncomparable acting chops... Your move Feldman!Looks like the day of the rope never came about, which is a shame!
Heather D (ca) wrote: Bruce Lee's best. A classic. A badass film. Iconic.
Tatsuhito K (kr) wrote: This is one of my guilty pleasure movies. I can't say this is a good movie because there are a lot of things in it that don't quite work, and its satirical edges start to wear off toward the third act. But thanks to Diablo Cody's witty dialogue and Megan Fox's solid performance, "Jennifer's Body" manages to rise above the sea of mediocre horror comedies. It is oddly empowering and emotionally engaging, and I like the way it satirizes the conventional horror tropes with a little twist. I always have a good time watching this film.
Marina N (jp) wrote: A good thriller that goes beyond action and violence and brings some message. The subject the movie centers on - 15 minutes of spotlight - has always fascinated me. Maybe because we live in a MTV culture, where everything seems to have a price tag. I can't really understand the low ratings. Maybe the satirical side of the film was not expected and, thus, not appreciated by most viewers. Or the violence was to much too take. It does not redefine the genre but definetely adds a valuable contribution to it.