Eddie "Gonzo" Gilman is starting a revolution. When the wild-eyed rebel journalist is ousted from his prep school's newspaper by its über-popular editor, Eddie fronts an underground movement to give a voice to all the misfits, outcasts, and nerds. Soon the power of the press is in Eddie's hands... but will he use it wisely?

The town of Shady Grove holds many dark secrets. Amongst those secrets is the sadistic tale of "Shane", a boy who was tortured and chained to a tree as a youngster. Legend has it that for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Yuri B (us) wrote: David Alan Grier was hilarious... simply hilarious.

Courtney K (jp) wrote: this was fantastic. a lot of times i didn't know what was going on, but i couldn't stop watching it; the cinematography is quite captivating. there's virtually no plot & no dialog, but i was entertained throughout the entire thing. you really feel like you're getting a look inside her head; sensory overload -- at least visually & auditory.

Eliabeth N (es) wrote: Truth or fiction????? A documental that makes you wonder and dream.

Sue K (jp) wrote: Fascinating blast from the past. Some I haven't seen before. What a transformation. How much he resembled Diana Ross after the plastic surgeries. A nice collection of music video history. Hated the way they filmed Smooth Criminal... too fuzzy. Might be a good one to add to my collection

Sarah K (au) wrote: The reviews I read before watching Uwantme2killHim? indicated that the direction may have been somewhat pedestrian. However, I think the quality of the story negates the need for any gimmick. It's a believable plot and the thing I like most is that it's not over-played. Very enjoyable film. Two of us watched it, on giving 65% (exactly as the RT review) but I would give it more, nearer 80% for me.

Oliver S (de) wrote: I'm s strange most people only liked the beginning of the film but I didn't feel to connected straight away but as the film progresses and the incident is brought up and as Daniel Craig tries to discover what jed wants and pursues questions I can't help but keep thinking of the beginning and if there are subtle things I might have missed. Fantastic absolutely brilliant.

Amy S (ru) wrote: It's been too long since I've seen it to rate it, but I love Oscar Wilde, and I think the only type of role I can watch Jude Law in now is that of a petulant cad.

Alexander T (ru) wrote: funny staff and hot babes in it

Dave J (de) wrote: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 (1965) The Rounders WESTERN COMEDY Staring two acting movie veterans of Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford written and directed by Burt Kennedy adapting the Max Evans novel about two horse rustlers hired to tame a difficult horse. Nice to see Ford and Fonda in a movie together but the film is supposed to be a comedy which all the comedy routines fall flat. The whole experience is like something coming out of Disney. 2 out of 4 stars

Michael W (nl) wrote: Nice cast--Borgnine, Ford, Steiger & Bronson... but results are typical Western fare.

Stuart D (kr) wrote: Stacy Keach & Jamie Lee Curtis (though under used), a nice little road/thriller movie, if slightly by the numbers.