In 1977 a group of young, horny, out of control Christians are spending a fun filled weekend at the mountain lakeside Happy Day Bible Camp. One by one these youthful sinners pay a BLOODY penance for their misdeeds. Flash forward 7 years, when another youth group of Bible toters return, lead by "Father Richard Cummings" (Reggie Bannister), "Sister Mary Chopper," (Tim Sullivan) goes bloody murder after the camp - emphasis on CAMP - with stand out performances by folks like Gigi Bannister, Jessica Sonneborn, Troy Guthrie, Deborah Venegas, Jay Fields, and Jeff Dylan Graham. In the end, Bannister and Troup must face down the a transvestite serial killing nun in a fight to the death, and call upon the higher graces of the infamous Ron Jeremy as "Jesus" guide them through! A hilarious campy equal opportunity offensive film that will have you DIE laughing!
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Ben S (gb) wrote: Properly funny, it was in laughing out loud. The acting and the script are so bad, not at all sexy or gritty, but it comes together to be the best comedy of 2017 so far.
Shawn M (ru) wrote: I want to see this movie, but where the hell can I get a copy of it?
Omac1985 (br) wrote: Was there a point in even making this film.
Keith B (br) wrote: OMG?!?! I never laughed so hard to the point of almost crying. I'm actually laughing typing this review still. Will Ferrell hit one out of the park with this one. This is a must see if you saw part 1.
Oliver S (it) wrote: Pretty poor, even by Seagal movie standards. And he really needs to lay off the cheese burgers.
Samra M (gb) wrote: Absolutely love this movie !!! Seen it a million times ... and it always makes me smile! Abhay Deol is a revelation (and I became a fan from this flick!!!) and Takia is at her cutest !! Great songs, realistic humor, and cute, fun moments ...
Jerry E (es) wrote: The critics couldn't have buttered their own popcorn more on this one if they tried........Lacked depth? A stellar Cast. Fantastic directing, beautiful backdrops and to be sure fairly decent acting. Historically accurate? No, I don't think that's what they were going for, but you'll definitely see and hear some of the best heroic action sequences in the past 10 years in film. Balian Hospitaler "You go to certain Death" "All death is Certain" The two and a 1/2 hours goes quick and you're truly left to ponder a great many things in your own beliefs.......
James R (kr) wrote: A decent documentary by a professional documentary film maker who seemed quite out of his element. Broomfield rubbed a lot of his interviewees the wrong way and that caused some problems. There were a few interesting archive clips and a couple interviews which were good -- I can't believe they actually went into prison to interview Suge Knight. The reopening of the case was in part due to the new evidence gathered by Broomfield, so it was cool to see a documentary actually play a part in resolving the issue which probably would have just blown away.
Marina L (de) wrote: I know, I know its a terrible movie but out of sheer respect to my youth I have to a least give it 3 1/2 stars.
ZeldaGiygasLord 6 (ru) wrote: A powerful film, helped by Raul Julia's fantastic and inspiring performance. I won't lie, though; it drags at times, and ends kind of abruptly.
Claire M (ca) wrote: I love this movie so much. I had to watch this before I saw the musical production and I love the musical soo freaking much and this movie is my life. Definitely a movie I'll see over and over again
Craig C (gb) wrote: The "Showgirls" of the Summer of Love. Three aspiring starlets hit the Big Time and succumb to booze and pills. Patty Duke out Judy's Judy Garland and would have won a Razzie for it. All the cheese is played straight and it begs for a riffing. Not for the Comically Impaired.
Reece L (kr) wrote: A significant improvement on the first Bond outing simply by virtue of the fact that it's not disastrously insensitive to POC (although it's certainly not perfect in that regard), From Russia With Love actually feels like a Bond film through and through, right down to the cheesy one-liners. The direction seems more assured, the story is more interesting, and the special effects are much better, allowing for a basis from which the rest of films in the series could use as a template in a way that Dr. No failed to do. There are still problems that keep it from becoming some thing truly great, but for the most part, From Russia With Love earns its nostalgia-based reputation as one of the best in the series.
Jamie C (jp) wrote: A good war film no real plot to the film but it didn't need one it kept us entertained all the way through, Good acting and the humour made me enjoy the film more, It's no Platoon but a very good enjoyable film.
Lovro H (au) wrote: _REWATCH REVIEW_I have loved this movie ever since it came out, and seeing it again now it reminded me how kids movies can also be very, very disturbing! The story is very interesting and there are some interesting twists and turns along the road. The voice-acting is great and the characters are all witty and amusing (except Bones). The cops who come and "inspect" what's going on with the house are the funniest in the movie, and even with that little screen time, they manage to pull out some of the movie's best jokes! The animation is excellent and I really love how the angles are. Sometimes it almost seems as you are watching a live-action horror movie, only animated. It's a movie that will probably scar kids at young age, but can be enjoyed and loved by all ages. I love this kind of animated movies the most, like Paranorman, Coraline, Corpse Bride etc. etc. All in all, one of my most favourite animated movies that won't ever get boring, and I deffinetely would recommend you check it out if you haven't already!
Philip S (es) wrote: A very odd "western" to be sure. You'll recognize some of the typical characters - the noble sheriff, the cad, the wise old man - but holy hell, the villains are straight out of Mad Max. Wow. It gets pretty gory and violent from there, so make sure you have the stomach before pressing Play on tape. I enjoyed it, as hard as it was to watch, perhaps because I liked Kurt Russell as Wyatt Earp, too. This time, though, hell isn't coming with Russell, but rather he rides into it. It's a bit over the top, but if you think you might enjoy it, I wouldn't sway you from giving it a shot.