When the cheering stops, the SCREAMING starts! A demonic 500 year old witch is on the loose, looking for fresh souls to possess. Now only one thing stands between her and the ultimate apocalypse ... CHAINSAW CHEERLEADERS!!! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When the cheering stops, the SCREAMING starts! A demonic 500 year old witch is on the loose, looking for fresh souls to possess. Now only one thing stands between her and the ultimate apocalypse ... CHAINSAW CHEERLEADERS!!!
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Seth H (gb) wrote: I saw this and it's a good movie. Scary, suspenseful, and has a good story line for a video-game based movie. There is this one particular scene that I got a laugh out of... you'll know it when you see it.
Tavip T (kr) wrote: Sometimes Shu Qi's acting is a bit too much though especially for this movie. But at the end, this movie at least gave a good ending to a tough life that's normal nowadays.
Felipe Q (ag) wrote: Um retrato corajoso da vida moderna famlia em So Paulo, com personagens vividamente desenhadas e uma resoluo firme.
Outi I (us) wrote: Extremely depressing and at some parts very unbeliavable.
Federico F (fr) wrote: Poseidon in a horror version
Donald B (gb) wrote: Interesting thoughts about life aboard a U Boat.,
Dave J (au) wrote: Tuesday, September 13, 2011 (1973) Shaft In Africa ACTION/ POLITICAL COMMENTARY With a bigger budget making this entry, a very entertaining third and final Shaft movie centers on impoverished African human smuggling ring happening in the streets of Paris with William Roundtree as the title character going undercover to prevent expoitation among human beings, getting them to work long hours with less pay by overcharging them an arm and leg for a crappy room and board etc... Anybody wondering where director Richard Donner got some of his ideas from to make the first two Lethal Weapon films, I have to say this would be the one and not solely on "A World's Apart" starring Barbara Hershy which he claims, because this one has the theme about white people supremacy happening in Africa and the power it thinks it has over impoverished colored Africans and it also has the electric shocking device identically used in the first "Lethal Weapon" film as well with the only difference is that it's budget isn't financed by a big name company such as Warner Brothers! I just wish Shaft killed more people in this one! 3 out of 4
Blake P (ag) wrote: Ingmar Bergman's "Trilogy of Faith" continues off with "Winter Light" from 1962, a realistic but brutal psychological drama which stars some of Bergman's "cast stock" including Ingrid Thulin, Gunnar Bjrnstrand, Gunnel Lindblom, and Max Von Sydow, who all give wonderful performances. "Winter Light" is a powerful drama that focuses on a priests' (Bjrnstrand) sudden spiritual crisis after a meeting with a suicidal fisherman (Sydow) and his wife (Lindblom). When the man actually does commit suicide, it changes the priest's outlook totally, and also ruins the relationship between him and his spinster lover (Thulin) in the process. I recently watched "Through a Glass Darkly" (the first in the trilogy), and I can say that I was much more impressed by this film than the other. Because the whole series focuses on the topic of religion, "Winter Light" makes the subject the central theme of the movie, and end up making a more powerful message that not only comes through better than its predecessor, but it also makes a more memorable film. Some of the moments-- like the long church service at the beginning, the five minute reading of the letter directly with Ingrid Thulin, or the beautiful shots of winter in Sweden-- make the movie simply an experience that's unique: and you only get it with Bergman. The topic really makes you think, and it isn't as much entertaining as it just is thoughtful and precise, because the shocking revelation that no films can ever be this made again is a sad truth. Ingmar Bergman is a master of the artwork that should be seen in film, and I can't believe he's already so forgotten. I have a much stronger recommendation of "Winter Light" than "Through a Glass Darkly", but you should still watch the entire trilogy to decide for yourself.
Hunter W (it) wrote: The one film in the Harry Potter saga that is crippled by its moves from book to film: The Half-Blood Prince shifts focus away from the complex and compelling mission of Potter and Dumbledore to focus on the romantic endeavors of its teen heartthrobs. Resulting in a film that achieves plenty, but withholds what could have been so much more
Nick C (mx) wrote: Here we have a faith-based movie that tries to be heart-warming and beautiful, but falls too short because it's so generic and corny!
Heather M (us) wrote: A beautiful and complex story. All the actors did a phenomenal job telling this story. I think that the ending was unfair and not quite finished.