Eight unsuspecting high school seniors at a posh boarding school, who delight themselves on playing games of lies, come face-to-face with terror and learn that nobody believes a liar - even when they're telling the truth.

Eight unsuspecting high school seniors at a posh boarding school, who delight themselves on playing games of lies, come face-to-face with terror and learn that nobody believes a liar - even when they're telling the truth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Francine W (de) wrote: Before I read the book I thought this movie was the best now I'm like the cheated every body so if you going two play somebody be smart about it

Pablo G (jp) wrote: Ironic how a documentary about an extreamly low budget film can end up feeling equally low budget and so determined to make Troll 2 look like the sensation it may or may not be, aparently depending on your "craziness" as the people involved in the movie seem to point out. Just like the movie it talks about, the documentary is bizzarre, and people may or may not like it mostly depending on the view they have on the film. Still, the documentary is pretty much average and it rarely provides anything new or interesting besides Troll 2s audience saying in a very heartwarming way how the movie is terrible but incredible at ther same time. The documentary just doesnt seem to catch up to the hype that the film has ctreated, as it exposes and exposes the subject, but rarely does anything else to make it feel as special as it should.

Nicole W (au) wrote: My first Woody Allen film

Felipe D (au) wrote: Julianne Moore showed me that comedy acting is amazing and wonderfully bold.

Brandon P (gb) wrote: The fact that Ellory Elkayem has not yet killed himself offends God and mankind.

Alice (ca) wrote: Tori: Paulie, listen to me ok, because I'm going to say this once and never, ever again. I will never love anyone the way that I love you. Never. You know that, and I know that, and I will die knowing that, ok? But it just can never... it just can never, ever, forever be. Do you understand? It just can never, ever, forever be.

ephern D (us) wrote: Very good movie and yes its a love story. It is very artistic feel to this movie. Has good acting. You just have to see this one if you haven't.

Joseph B (fr) wrote: Decently crafted for its time, but an overall empty and boring experience then and now.

Guilherme J (ag) wrote: Intrigante estudo de linguagem.

Stacy G (ag) wrote: I love this movie one of my favorite movies

Jack G (es) wrote: This is a curious picture in that it's the one feature made during the "classic" Disney animated period (before/during/just after WW2) that might not be that appealing to children. I say 'might' since I can't say for certain for all kids; I think if I saw this when I was younger, it would be a delight, but then it's a movie made for people who may want to know all of THIS that Disney did was possible. It's a hybrid of documentary, ridiculous narrative with a man named Robert Benchley, and actual cartoons.It's actually a treat to watch for a number of reasons, the first being that it shows the process of a Disney animated movie, a short or feature or whatever. You get to see here the voice actors - as soon as Clarence Nash came on doing Donald Duck my face lit up - and then on to how all of the synchronized sound is out together for the audio effects (hint: there are a LOT of them), and then down to things that most of us take for granted like how paints are made and how the camera works (the multi-plane one that was in heavy use at the time). There's also some character demonstrations and even a clip for the sync-sound portion where we see a portion of Dumbo with the Casey Jr train, only it's much longer and may be its own short which is very charming on its own.The whole narrative thrust of the movie is so slight that I'm sure the director and whoever was behind this movie barely paid attention to it, where Benchley has an idea to give to Disney for The Reluctant Dragon, gets on to the Disney lot and tries to find good ol' Walt and then gets distracted by every single department. Any time the movie stops to give heed to Benchley it's unfunny and stops dead in its tracks. It might just be because I don't know about Benchley (was he popular at the time, probably, I see he has a list of acting credits), but it doesn't really matter and it kills the real momentum of the piece. I suppose the thought was if it was a straight documentary instead of this man as a 'travel guide' it would be more dry. I'm not sure it would've been since everything to do with how a cartoon gets made - including the storyboard segment on Baby Weems which is pure delight - is fascinating just by how comedy builds and falls.Ironically by the time the movie gets to the full Reluctant Dragon cartoon (surprise/spoiler: Disney's one appearance is in the projection room about to screen the finished short, wop-wop), it's slightly a let-down. It's charming enough and has its moments, but it's too long at 20 minutes and as a short it starts to drag in the middle. I think if you're a kid coming to this today you should know the whole feature isn't a cartoon (oddly enough on the DVD release it just comes with the cartoon and a few other shorts so I guess that was forward thinking on Disney's part), but if you love the old process of animation, from drawing to paints to inking to character work (look at how they use that baby for inspiration!) it's a treat.PS: The irony of this whole movie is that it came out at just the time when Disney animators were striking (the animators in the movie are all actors, as I pretty much expected) and the strikers later went to theaters showing it with signs saying "The Reluctant Disney" due to his lack of equal wages.

Joseph M (br) wrote: Very entertaining film. Great art direction and set dec. Flows really well, good performances, and it actually has a pretty solid story. Realism be damned. Solid 1970s scifi film.