At the end of every summer, the children of a Christian community from a suburb of New Jersey attend Camp Hope. They travel deep into the woods far from any distractions the world provides. Here, the children are taught the ways of the Lord, the perils of the flesh, and the horror of the Devil. A charismatic priest leads them in their training. But, he unknowingly has brought something with him, something evil. What was supposed to be a safe place, a spiritual retreat has now turned into a nightmare that not even faith can end.
- Stars:Dana Delany, Andrew McCarthy, Caroline London, Will Denton, Bruce Davison, Juliana Monin, Jesse Eisenberg, Connor Paolo, J.W. Terry, James McCaffrey, Valentina de Angelis, Sasha Neulinger, Christopher Denham, Spencer Treat Clark, Charlie Hewson,
- Director:George VanBuskirk,
- Writer:George VanBuskirk
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(de) wrote: More grindhouse then Planet Terror & Death Proof combined it's also a blatant ripoff off. For those who are fans of the modern grindhouse it's actually pretty good even though even if it does make you question your involvement now & again. Some incredibly bad CGI thrown into the mix that I wish they just hadn't bothered but some of the films ideas exceed its budget limitations. It's damn lucky that it's funny. It even has porn legend Ron Jeremy in the cast even though he's only in it for about a minute & a half. Even though I gave it the same rating this is actually more enjoyable then Hobo w/ a Shotgun
(nl) wrote: Lol that's cool, I didn't feel like being happy today anyway.
(ca) wrote: The majority of this movie wasn't anything too special, but the last 1/3 or so really picked up and became a gritty little action flick. The open ending set to Erik Satie's beautiful "Gymnopedie No. 1" was cool.
(nl) wrote: Should have pushed the envelope, but instead settled for par.
(ca) wrote: Pretty sure I saw this, lol. Rock and Mac are funny and this movie is insane...
(ca) wrote: "Why would you do that?""...Because I'm a scientist. It's what we do!"
(fr) wrote: Seeing that Whit Stillman had taking an extensive film making hiatus (this year's Damsels in Distress is his first film in over a decade), many forget that at one time he was catering to the niche audience that is now saturated by the likes of Wes Anderson, and this debut film is a fine example of. A satire about upper-class collegians, Metropolitan is certainly talky and light on physicality, but it really matters not as the acting and script are so good. While it might not exactly be heart warming, Metropolitan has aged quite well since it's release in 1990, and it's as fine an entry point as any to the realized filmography of Stillman's.
(de) wrote: The best "documentary" on strippers and go-go dancers ever!
(es) wrote: I liked this film. I feel like it accurately depicted highschool as it was, without the overdone glamour that we saw in "The Bling Ring" but with all the angst. We see these teens in their natural habitat, day to day. Emma Roberts was excellent as April, the shy and thoughful protagonist. Torn between liking the irresponsible and kind stoner kid, Teddy (played by Jack Kilmer) and a schoolgirl crush on her middle-aged, kind-of creepy soccer coach, Mr. B (James Franco). Although not much (if any) character development happens in this one, the slow moving plot fit in with the tone of the film, it's honest, a bit dreary and beautiful all at once. I think some may view this film and think it's pretentious. Some of the characters were particularily unlikeable and I wasn't really able to care much about what happened to them by the end of the film, it all spiralled out of control slowly and kind of leaves you hanging, but you'll have to see it for yourself. Overall, personally I enjoyed it because I am a teenager still, and I can relate to some (but definitely not all) of it's content. Palo Alto was though-provoking and cool. Give this film a try if you enjoy the kind of edgy aesthetic and light drama that shows you a side of teen life you maybe haven't experienced. Fred: "If you were in the olden times, what would you do?" Teddy: "I'd be the King."