A mysterious virus hits an isolated elementary school, transforming the kids into a feral swarm of mass savages. An unlikely hero must lead a motley band of teachers in the fight of their lives.

COOTIES is a horror comedy with unexpected laughs and unapologetic thrills. When a cafeteria food virus turns elementary school children into killer zombies, a group of misfit teachers must band together to escape the playground carnage. The film stars Elijah Wood (The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings), Rainn Wilson ("The Office"), and Alison Pill ("The Newsroom") as teachers who fight to survive the mayhem while hilariously bickering in an uncomfortable love triangle on the worst Monday of their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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rachel b (de) wrote: Thisas a great movie. reminds me of film class though. lots of subtle humor awkward romance and POT!

Cevher B (mx) wrote: hos bir evlilik filmi :) gay veya kadin erkek neyse :) :)

Noelhyn Mae A (ca) wrote: If you're Looking for a compLex combination of eLements and things invoLved in a confused state, then 'Something Borrowed' truLy suits you weLL -fuLLy bombarded with puzzLing compLexities that wouLd squeeze up your brain ceLLs to an extreme compLication!A fiLm out of Pandora's box. A Loaded situation with an intricate reLationship of parts and a source of affLictions which pLague one without warning, something which appears in a positive Light but is negative in effect.Why wouLd someone intend to be engaged in the first pLace when that person is unsure of and stiLL bothered with second thoughts?! Sounds weird right? It's just Like situating yourseLf into a specific probLem which threatens to cause troubLe and have unresoLvabLe compLicated process for aLL concerned -a sore spot and a sensitive topic better Left unexpLored.Too much of a hassLe? WeLL, the very bottom Line is, choose the path that Leads to your happiness. FoLLow what's your heart's desire. At the end of the day, it aLL matters to YOU!

Domi L (nl) wrote: A masterpiece! They should make more movies like this. Movies nowadays have no value. So sad.

Keith L (ca) wrote: This movie was only made to be a vehicle for American Idol.

Julie A (nl) wrote: I love this movie SO much! It's one of my fantasy favourites.

Ashley H (es) wrote: Here is another religious-thriller from Cloud Ten Pictures. It's like all the other Cloud Ten Pictures. They have interesting religious-related plots, add some great actors, pretty cool special effects and good music. This is entertaining, but not as good as [i]Left Behind: The Movie.[/i]

Zachary M (ag) wrote: So this was one of two meteorites are going to strike the earth movies that came out in the summer of 1998. This was the one not directed by Michael Bay, and yet is still the weaker movie. The biggest problem above all, and there's a lot form bad acting to boring characters, is the plot. It's so generic that with a simple re-write this could have been any kind of disaster movie. From a giant volcano, to a massive earthquake, Hell even Godzilla could have rose out of the sea and it wouldn't have been too far off. Nothing in it screams, "This is our story!" At least at least Michael Bay's film could, and when you lose a filmmaking contest with Michael Bay, you've lost more than just a contest let me tell you.

Kenny G (us) wrote: Classic comedy action. Damon Wayne what happen to the homeless man movie :( he was the best In Living Color character. Glad he was in the first part.

Bill M (ru) wrote: A really good little slice of sweaty, neon coated 80's noir with great Jeff Bridges turning in a really tough, grizzled badass, the sort of real manly man role you dont see todays pretty boy hunks do, as a hopelessly alcoholic ex cop out to avenge a brutally murdered hooker. It's small and slight but it's pleasures are many, a stylish, cool, hard edged bit of lurid fun.

Harry W (ca) wrote: Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes holds the achievement of being a wonderfully created film that stands as a magnificent technical achievement for its time.Mainly because of the lavish locations used to shoot the film. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes features some of the finest looking locations possible to have such a story filmed on, which makes it visually appealing.Plus the way the apes interact with cast members is impeccable and makes this jungle tale a strongly Also, the musical score in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes is truly magnificent, strongly atmospheric and very powerful when it needs to be, able to alternate between atmospheres when deemed appropriate as part of the story. Its truly powerful and makes its story stronger.And when it comes to acting, Christopher Lambert captures the role of Tarzan well completely through his physicality, particularly his aggressive hypnotic gaze which is what makes him good for the role of a warrior such as The Lord of The Apes. As his character develops, so does Christopher Lambert, and so Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes features one of his best performances.Ralph Richardson also gave a strong supporting performance and really gave a good name to the film.But Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes becomes held down by its slow pacing and extraneous length. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes moves at a pace that is so slow that maintaining strong interest is a challenge for it, even with its fascinating story.Since there is little dialogue for much of Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, the atmosphere is reliant upon storytelling through visuals, but the repetitive and slow dynamics become dull as they are stretched over such a long time. That's the only real downfall of Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, but its an effective one as it makes the film overall half boring.So while Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes is half good, its half boring. By today's standards, it's a half decent film.

Andrea M (es) wrote: Great script, simple story.... just felt the technical aspects were a bit too choppy for my taste.

Arsev A (kr) wrote: Very realistic in terms of life of ordinary people in rural China and fighting but it becomes surreal with the involvement of one-armed guy. The plot is gloomy -even depressing but it is a decent movie.

Anders A (mx) wrote: Totally spellbinding with it's soft pace, Valerie is unfraid of the dark desires of this surreal town. Vampyric, gothic, sex, liberal and revelation of the free spirit. Pure and unique.

Andrew R (au) wrote: Austere, Brechtian, meditative ... truth at 32 frames per second.

soul r (ru) wrote: vicually captivating, Masterful use of various sounds and merticulous attention to the sounds, but overall I just didn't enjoy it.The plot seems to miss the point, and it felt like a a bunch of artistically interesting sounds bits and visual images, but nothing more.

Carlos I (de) wrote: Excellent remake! Kinski is outstanding in the title role, Ganz is great too, weird seeing him so young. The atmosphere and tension is masterfully handled by Herzog.

Trent R (nl) wrote: Good story, some flaws but entertaining none-the-less.

Hesham A (ca) wrote: September Dawn is a weakly treated history-based film. The Director Christopher Cain didn't manage the tune of the film & as a result it came so weak & vulnerable. Editing...enforcing only one concept for the audience to of the worst acting for Jon Voight.