The “Summer Camp” horror trilogy was one of the most popular franchises of the 1980s. However, the decade ended and so did director Julian Barrett’s career. Now Barrett plans to resurrect his gory series via a modern reboot patterned after reality filmmaking. With his former leading lady and an eclectic group of 10 young “contestants,” Barrett returns to the same locale where his old splatter-fests were filmed. When one of the campers is found savagely murdered, they realize there’s more at stake than just fame and fortune. Each of them is in a fight for their lives as they realize summer is over – forever.
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Jlio A (de) wrote: Filme complicado pra quem no curte algo mais fora do padro.Mas o ltimo segmento j basta pelo filme todo!
James R (gb) wrote: Fantastic follow up to Ip Man (2010). Seemed like this one had a bigger budget because everything about it is better. Better sets, better cinematography and like the first a lot of great fighting sequences. Donnie Yen returns as Ip Man. The film takes place in Hong Kong where Ip Man is opening his own martial arts school to teach the Wing Chun style. Ip Man realizes that Hong Kongs British rule is full of corruption. The local masters pay a fee to fellow Master Hung (Sammo Kam-Bo Hung). On top of that the police chief is in cahoots with a vicious boxer named Twister (Darren Shahlavi) who is challenging all the martial artists to a fight to prove who the better fighter is. Ip Man is once again reluctantly thrown into the ring to face Twister and defend the honor of Chinese martial arts. The fight scenes in this are choreographed so damn good. Ip Man is lightning fast and while the movie is light on story it still shows the resilience of one man against the corruption in the area. I enjoyed it and recommend giving it a look if you're a kung fu fan, or a fan of the first film!
Justin Y (it) wrote: though some may criticize the directorial lack of probing questions I found it to be touching, inspiring and relentlessly beautiful; nothing shy of delightful.
Andrew D (nl) wrote: Granted that there are quite a few problems in the film, Fear Island is a pretty decent thriller. The story follows a group of friends (plus one stow away) that head to a cabin on a deserted island to have a fun-filled weekend. However, bodies are beginning to pile up with mysterious messages being left everywhere. It's up to the friends to figure out who's committing these heinous crimes before they all end up in body bags. When I started watching this film, I thought about turning it off. The first act just runs two slowly and, while the acting is pretty good, the writing is terrible. However, I decided to stick it out to the end. Fortunately, I did because the second half of the second act and the final act create great suspense and left me on the edge of my seat, wondering what was going to happen next. The story gets a little bit hard to follow as stories and twists are piled up, leaving the viewer confused. Also, there's some continuity issues in the film as well. For example, one character's leg gets shot at with a nail gun and gets three nails stuck in him. Once they get the nails out, he's able to walk perfectly fine with no blood where the nails were. Nevertheless, Fear Island is an entertaining enough thriller to leave the viewer satisfied and leave their jaw gaping by the surprising twist ending.
Ramak M (mx) wrote: Wow! NEVER can find anything more loveley than RYAN. a must see.
Ethan U (it) wrote: I thought that this stand up was pretty damn funny. Not the biggest Dan of Martin, but I must say, this was quite entertaining. Good topics and he really did a great job on his material.
Amanda H (es) wrote: My biggest problem with this movie is that it touts itself as a "coming of age" film... and the two leads were 30-something at the time of filming. Something is amiss. Also, I find Matt Damon so annoying that I couldn't really pay attention to what was going on because I was so busy consciously trying to avoid looking at him. Maybe with different casting this could have been a decent movie, but as it is it just falls flat.
Mario C (es) wrote: Dura pelicula de los secuestros de estudiantes durante la dictadura militar en Argentina.
Jessi t (au) wrote: Italian rip-off of the Exorcist that just kind of misses the mark. The victim in this case isn't a vulnerable little girl, it's a woman in a wheelchair with daddy issues and somewhere around levitating paraplegic ... the spell of the movie was broken for me.
Jason S (br) wrote: Janet McTeer is the best thing about this film who has a plot that has been done to death! Her Mary Poppins like assassIn leaves you wanting her character in a film of its own.
Charles P (ag) wrote: Kenneth Branagh seems out of his element here, his reach clearly exceeding his grasp. His frenzied adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel suffers from jarring shifts in tone from schmaltz to carnage.
Scott M (mx) wrote: crikey this was awful apart from one scene where boys electric whisks a zombies head reminded me of braindead. apart from that humour was shit and bit boring
Peyton C (fr) wrote: A well made, funny, well acted comedy. The laughs are more common in this than most other comedies and Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott's chemistry was spectacular.
Jacki E (it) wrote: Why has this movie got such a high rank here? It's absolute garbage. ROFL
Scott S (gb) wrote: havent watch this in a year or so , not that bad of a movie, chezzy , yes but who cares, a penis gets choped off!
Mateo M (de) wrote: A very bad film. I actually couldn't finish it. There are some good actors in it, but the script is very unfunny and it seems to lack anything resembling an editor or director.