At a Catholic public school, Benjamin Stanfield is tired of being the teacher's pet and decides to play a practical joke on his form master Father Goddard. In confession, Stanfield tells Goddard that he has accidentally murdered his friend Blakey and buried him in the forest. When Goddard investigates the matter, he finds a buried scarecrow. Goddard is outraged, but, due to the seal of confession, he knows he cannot expel Stanfield. Shortly after, Stanfield once again enters the confession booth, telling Goddard that what before was a practical joke, he has now made happen. In disbelief, Goddard once again goes to the forest to investigate the matter. This time, he discovers Blakey's dead body. The plot soon thickens as Stanfield's fellow student Arthur Dyson mysteriously disappears...
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Greg M (ag) wrote: An exceptionly taught hard to watch film. Met the director Elias when it premiered in San Diego. A very interesting talented man. Very gracious. I and my wife enjoyed meeting him
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mikey s (kr) wrote: So I found this movie National Lampoon's The Legend of Awesomest Maximus staring Will Sasso. Let me start by saying stay clear of this movie I think I chuckled 2 times in the whole movie. The cast is a let down, the jokes are not funny,it looks like a low buget porno and all together crap. The only 2 good things about this movie is to see Will Sasso working again unfortunately it(TM)s not in something better. The other good thing about the movie is boobs but boobs and Will Sasso couldn(TM)t save this [email protected]_moviepick
(ru) wrote: Last Saturday I braved the stormy weather to see this documentary, a film produced by a friend's company. My politics and stand on war aside, I thought this was outstanding work. It literally is a snapshot of the early days of the invasion of Iraq. Interesting and thought provoking, I wasn't surprised when the ensuing Q&A lead to a somewhat heated debate in the audience.
Paul W (jp) wrote: Don't know how I missed hearing about this indie movie, apparently the inspiration for Woody Harrelson's more recent Defendor. Unlike Defendor, the deluded superhero of Special is not a man of limited intelligence, but a solitary underachiever who enters a state of drug-induced schizophrenia wherein he believes he has superpowers and can read minds telepathically. Otherwise Defendor pretty much copied Special, and now I like Harrelson's movie less, knowing it ripped off so much of this one. You can take what happens in Special in many different ways; probably the easiest interpretation is the one I took, that Les is schizo and is imagining everything. But the script leaves you an out if you want to believe Les is perhaps half right, and that's kind of fun too. I'd rate Special higher if only I understood the final scene. Knowing whether Les is simply insane, or has become a real hero, is the key to the ending, and I didn't have the key.
Linda N (jp) wrote: I sleep in the Groberg cabin when I visit Yellow stone...what's your claim to fame?
Tristan G (de) wrote: The best romantic political allegory ever made. Extremely heartbreaking, but a must-see regardless.
Ruth D (es) wrote: these films terrify me
Helen H (ca) wrote: Seems to be another spin on Hamlet.
Jeffrey G (ag) wrote: In the 1993 era, when copies cost $10,000, there was GHOST IN THE MACHINE!The greatest bad movie of all time
Greg W (us) wrote: awesome debut from director stillman
Eric H (kr) wrote: One of the worst movies I ever saw..cheesy and bad..the writers should be shot for turning out such garbage !! It is a bad ripoff of ET...but the worst effects....My 7th grade movie was more professional !! The acting was bad and the ending was so stupid....Id like to see the people who invested in this movie..I have a bridge to sell them in Brooklyn.
Lucas M (mx) wrote: Another magical story bring by Kurosawa.
Jason L (jp) wrote: i still have this movie on a video cassette..need to d/l it. funny an' serious in one
Ashley H (kr) wrote: Ruggles of Red Gap is a decent film. It is about an English valet that is brought to the American west and assimilates into the American way of life. Charles Laughton and Mary Boland give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Leo McCarey did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the humor and romance.
Frances H (ag) wrote: Great to see this flick again. When I first saw it when it came out, I didn't realize how many now familiar faces were in it. I still think that Ed Norton was a strange pick for King Baldwin.
Matt G (nl) wrote: Every time that animated, red-orange sun crests over the horizon, with the music packing an emotional wallop as giant as the fun to come, I'm completely overwhelmed. A Shakespearean drama in the truest sense, its effective both tragically (Mufasa's demise, confrontation with Scar) and comically (Hyenas, Timon & Pumba). Not to mention Scar is among the most awesomely evil Disney villains; envy, greed, treason, murder, & Irons freaking kills it.