Thirteen girls in a Swiss boarding school, particularly one Candace Hull ("Kitten", "Candy"), stir up trouble on their vacation as they mess with the diplomatic affairs of their elders and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
13 Frightened Girls!
While attending a school for diplomats' daughters, the teen-aged daughter of the American ambassador uses her access to various embassies to engage in espionage.
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Nathan M (kr) wrote: A fun and entertaining film that shows great respect for a group of people that are mainly mocked in society. Fitting the feel good tone of its subject material, director Brent Hodge allows A Brony Tale to investigate the phenomenon of Bronies in a way that pays homage to them, rather than poking fun. You really see why these people care so much about My Little Pony, even if you don't totally understand. You still appreciate and care about why they care. It matters to them, and so for about 90 minutes it matters to you. The film, just like its subjects, has a good heart, and it makes you feel good to watch it.
Luis F (au) wrote: No les voy a mentir, falto algo, pero no se que...
Rangan R (es) wrote: When the source followed straight to the isolated lab.It looks like been ages. I know the movies (the previous three), but can't remember the scenes. A quick recap would have been helpful, but I did not do that and went ahead with this. That's the reason I hate to follow television series on the broadcast which drag one season for over 6 months. This was the fourth film in the [Rec] film series and third in the story continuation after first two. The third installment was set in the parallel timeline to that before one, but off the track narration. In this, an old woman character was brought on-board to make sure the third film was not an offbeat from the series.Except the opening few minutes, the rest of the story takes place on a moving ship. Kind of similar to 'Sector 7', though both the flicks are entirely different. The ship is used as a laboratory to develop a vaccine for the deadly disease which turns humans into the flesh eating zombies. It is protected by the armed paramilitary force. Somehow the virus breaks loose, the infection spreads out quickly through the various platforms like lab monkeys and foods. How the survivours fight to remain alive in the nowhere of the ocean is the remaining narrative. If there is a way, how they make it out that comes with the intensified gore battle between the undead and the living.I never expected another film in the series, I thought it was a trilogy, but after seeing this I felt the idea was not that bad after all. Just like the 'Jurassic Park' movies, the fourth movie puts the franchise back on the track after the third was derailed. The first film was so good and a bit scary too, followed by another decent movie. Like I mentioned the third flick was different, but a sustainable one to the theme and title."I don not know what was going on,but luckily I was not there."This story starts off with a slow, until the third act where the pace picks up rapidly. Not scary, but towards the final sequences, it was very fast and edgy. The way it concluded, the outro scene was a hint for another film in the franchise. But in my opinion, it should have ended with three films or with this one. Hoping for a better one if there is going to be another [Rec], because my rating in numeral declining by one point following the each sequel.I think the suspense should have maintained well. There were some tiny twists and turns on the weak movie plot, but I anticipated the final twist and it did not deliver with that effectively. I know the theme was built on the situation, not depended on prolonged story. Because the action speaks more than any kind of development to give a clean vision on happening. After all, most of the horror movies follow the same sutra, but sometimes the horror-dramas exclude it and this is not one of that.Its a collective performance, individually, not noticeable. Because it does not follow any particular character. Though the character Angela, the television reporter was the centre of the attraction as it marks her comeback who was main in the first two films. The filmmaking was compromised, I mean it was not 'found footage' style movie as should have been. Because where this story set in does not demand such kind of cinematographical portrayal. Also avoids the dark atmosphere that used to scare us, especially the night vision screenplay was critical in the earlier two films to creep out the viewers.The title for this installment was 'Apocalypse', but that does not make any sense what they show in the exit scene. Should have called it 'Zombie Ship' like 'Ghost Ship'. I feel it is worth a watch, only to keep updated the [Rec] film series, because if they make a phenomenal 5th movie, we don't have to go back to 4th for continuation.6/10
Charles James I (ag) wrote: Finely crafted documentary about an incredibly important American man and songwriter. Beautifully edited from tons of vintage footage.
Luigi V (mx) wrote: i felini di razza del titolo sono Negar, Askhan e gli altri giovani artisti, il cui talento rischia di rimanere sommerso da un regime scellerato. un panorama sociale talvolta sconcertante, descritto con ritmo serrato ma mai frenetico da un(TM)eclettica colonna sonora; risaltano le languide melodie cantate in inglese dai Take it easy hospital? e la cruda vita quotidiana di Teheran narrata in persiano nelle possenti rime del rapper Hichkas. A lasciare senza fiato per il vibrante brano di Darkoob, che (coadiuvato da una coreografia straordinaria) trasuda lo spasmodico bisogno di libert di un popolo. Una battaglia condotta a ritmo di musica.
JeanPaul L (es) wrote: AWESOME movie filmed in a AWESOME city: ANTWERP!
Rick H (mx) wrote: Loved this film, and...I get it. After all Jesus Christ was a human being...et Filium Dei unigenitum...consubstantialem Patri.
Alex r (nl) wrote: Documentaries are wonderful in terms of presenting an important subject for a viewing audience. The medium has had its fair share of meaningful films. Some documentaries have been very important in terms of its subject. Shoah is such a film. The film, with a run time of over nine hours and directed by Claude Lanzmann is the definitive work on the Holocaust. With extensive interviews with survivors and a few guards and others involved in this horrible tragedy, which gives a comprehensive understanding of the entire ordeal. Brilliantly crafted, with pure subtlety, not using archive footage, Lanzmann paints a vivid picture of this tragedy with interviews and filming the locations where it all happened. I've seen my fair share of documentaries on the subject, and read plenty of books, but Claude Lanzmann's picture is the most comprehensive, detailed and in depth work that will definitely give a better understanding of the horrors of the Holocaust. Even with its terrifying and tragic subject, Shoah is a beautiful, subtle film that manages to be very powerful and eye opening. Never before or since has a documentary been this important. Shoah is a film that needs to be seen due to its subject. Yes, the film is very long, but in watching it, you'll get a better understanding of the Holocaust. Shoah is hard to watch, but ultimately it is necessary so that we can comprehend this tragedy that claimed the lives of so many people. This film is an important history lesson, and it is a film that will stay with you long after you've seen it. The film is nine hours, and is long, like I've stated before, but it covers so much detail that it is necessary to tell the entire story of the Holocaust. Claude Lanzmann has crafted something truly powerful; here. This is an unmatched picture that is in a category of its own, and even if you have doubts about watching it due to its run time, you must definitely give this documentary a shot, you won't regret it. If you've ever been interested in the subject, Shoah is the perfect film to watch and you'll walk away from it with a better understanding of the cruelty of the Nazis towards the Jews during the Second World War. This is among the most powerful films ever made, and if you end up watching it, I think you'll agree.
Ryan V (fr) wrote: Breakin' follows a classically trained dancer (Lucinda Dickey) as she is enraptured by the new and exciting world of breakdancing and hip hop. There's a thin wisp of a plot regarding culture clashes, but nobody pretends that this film is about anything except choreographed moves. The pop-locking is fun to watch, but the rest of the movie is pretty tedious. If one is looking for a fun piece of celluloid cheese, they'd be better served by this film's ludicrous sequel.
Brian C (de) wrote: Very lackluster anthology of horror stories. The acting is decent and the music is awesome, but the stories just aren't that compelling.
MEC r (it) wrote: An ok movie at the time...
Scott J (nl) wrote: Or, "Teenagers Are Dumb And Parents Are Weird"
andy s (fr) wrote: oh yes. i thought this was gonna be pants n i thought it wouldnt be half as good. i was wrong. blade 3 is just as good
Matt M (jp) wrote: A Civil War colonel, at the end of the war, goes after a man with whom he has a grudge. Von Ancken takes the chase movie to the western in its most modern and pure incarnation, by giving less attention to the dialogue and more attention to the chase itself. This experiment is at first intriguing but becomes shallow as it struggles to keep up appearences for its whole feature length.
Gerard M (mx) wrote: Noir melodrama par excellence.