1313: Giant Killer Bees!
A young college student inadvertently unleashes a global biological disaster in the form of giant, zombie, killer bees...
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Lavi Nia l (ru) wrote: this is very very funny
Eduardo C (br) wrote: His debut was pretty much flawless, his follow up is must see.
Kioku Kage Ryu (us) wrote: this was pretty good i hated that they killed of the grandma she was badass but its whatever good movie
Alexandre B (br) wrote: J'adore Christopher Walken
Brandon W (es) wrote: It was interesting to see how Al-Jazeera approach to media became Americanized, in turn becoming America's enemy.The film is best when Ibrahim holds dialogue concerning the approach of their reporting with the lieutenant while it is happening.
Erica B (ru) wrote: haha, I am with the audience on this one. This movie is a STINKER. I'll give it one star for Michelle Pfieffer
Scott W (ca) wrote: So bad, it's good. What movie today would allow the making of the "Leg Spreader" drink? This and "Roadhouse" would make a great double feature.
Anna S (us) wrote: This movie serves as the criterion for my "Viewer Patience" test. It's a 3-hour long movie whose main character experiences only the slightest changes in behavior in the second half of the movie. For an hour and a half the viewer observes the main character do her daily routine, step-by-step, as she prepares her son's breakfast, sends him to classes, cleans the house, does the dishes, washes up, cleans the bathtub, eats lunch, peels the potatoes for her son's dinner, goes shopping, goes to the cafe, eats dinner with her son. It's the same routine, day in and day out. And for an hour and a half the viewer watches her do it. Initially, the character is depersonalized. The viewer does not see her face or get a peek into the bedroom when she entertains the johns.Finally, in the second half of the movie she mistakenly burns the potatoes, which halts her other daily activities. Her son's dinner is not ready on time because she's burnt the potatoes and had to go get a new bag of potatoes. And that one small departure leads to other departures from her usually carefully planned schedule. Seemingly, it's just one small detail that messes up her routine. It may seem insignificant, but she starts realizing what the viewer knows all along (that the whole routine is insignificant; it's just a way to pass the time and cover the silence). But when you set those very small changes in the character's behavior (her departures from her usual carefully executed routine) against her usually repetitive routine, the changes become that much more apparent, culminating in a finale whose build-up slowly prepares the viewer for the final act of realization on the character's part. The title character slowly departs from her routine to finally realize that she does not need to eg. drink coffee at the cafe, and that she is angry with the way things are.
Joe W (it) wrote: I've honestly never had a cam movie give me such a WTF moment like this one did. I had to actually search online to help put the pieces together but after i did i get it and i kinda like the idea .That being said it is an ambitious film shot with absolutely no budget. it has some good tension and suspense at points but alas like most cam films its a lot of screaming and running in the dark with basically no visual pay off. Still out of the endless sea of cam films I've watched Bobcat Goldthwait has crafted one of the better more perplexing ones.