After their daughter is brutally murdered in their home, a grieving young couple, Allena and Julie Pkye; escape the city to find solace in the mountains. Julie photographs an abandoned prison she finds in the woods. Upon developing the prints, she becomes convinced her dead daughter is contacting her through the photographs.
- Stars:Cheri Christian, Greg Thompson, Scott Hodges, Jeff Evans, Rachel Jordan, Michelle Kegley, Patrick G. Keenan, Rachael Rollings, Karla Droege, Patricia French, Jason Turner, Syr Law, Lynn Cole, Doug Hammond, Brian Clemons,
- Director:Brian Avenet-Bradley,
- Writer:Brian Avenet-Bradley
When the daughter Emma of the technical writer Allen Pyke and the photographer Julie is found slashed in the throat and wrists in their locked apartment, the couple decides to move to an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: It's pretty narley, as is the first film. I thought Brian Austin Green could have been replaced with at least a half rate actor for that type of role, I just cant see him in that. Entertaining and full of gore, thats mainly what we expect from this type of thing. One thing this has an edge on lots of others, is the gore, its A+
(br) wrote: The movie is original and the concept promising, however they somehow fail in keeping the attention. I was looking forward to the end. Neverheless, the story is smart and presents many hidden and nice details.
(nl) wrote: Watched it last night. What an awesome story!
(ru) wrote: Different, bit crazy in parts but worth a watch.
(au) wrote: A quiet movie filmed mainly by the ocean North Carolina,wish the love story was longer,& the 3 separate storeis could have come full -circle in a diff way
(es) wrote: Great suspense-thriller
(jp) wrote: 89%Watched this on 21/12/15Spielberg's film about the loss of Innocence is surprisingly not an antiwar film and it has a mature performance from Christian Bale in the leading role. The film is about a boy of British Origin born and raised on Shanghai who knows nothing about politics or patriotism and the only thing he respects is aviation and the pilots who fly the war planes despite whichever country they belong to. The film has one of the best aviation sequences shot for film after Top Gun I believe. The boy salutes the aviators even from Japan who imprisons him and he exhales in happiness seeing P51 fighters bomb the hell out of Japan, moreover he sees the beauty in Atomic Explosion. This is the better than Spielberg's hit films such as Close Encounters, ET, Jaws, Jurassic Park and the Indiana Jones series.
(jp) wrote: september 25th 11:15pm
(ru) wrote: A strange entry in the Hammer canon that is not exactly a vampire film as its title might suggest. Instead, Countess Dracula mixes equal amounts of eroticism, humor, and gothicity to produce a film that is entertaining although for reasons not easily explicable. It's the classic story of a woman who must use virgin's blood to restore her beauty, which oddly enough works well enough as a plot.
(mx) wrote: Holden is great. Lembeck and Strauss had me rooting for the Germans.
(fr) wrote: Horton the Elephant discovers the Whos, a race of people who live entirely on a speck of dust and know nothing of the outside world. His jungle friends don't believe him and turn against Horton, eventually threatening to boil the dust speck in beezlenut oil.There are at least three layers to this film. On the most superficial level, it's a cartoon featuring an elephant, some little people and a handful of catchy songs that kids and parents will love. This is what you'd get if you weren't following along at all, and you'd still have a good movie.On the next level, we have the film's core message: a person's a person, no matter how small. This is what most people will walk away with, and the intent is clear: we're all created equally. Whether Suess was focusing on race, gender, physical stature or handicap is unclear... but we get the point -- each of us is human, even if we're different.The third level is a bit convoluted and I'm not entirely sure I grasp it. The Wickersham brothers accuse Horton of trying to create civil unrest. Here we may see parallels to the events of the 1960s. The Wickersham brothers want to protect "free enterprise" and "compound interest rates" and hope to stop Horton from overthrowing the government. I'm not really sure how that relates to a dust speck... this seems a cheap attempt at attacking extreme right-wingers (such as Joseph McCarthy).So, you'll like the first and second levels... and the third one just might leave you scratching your head. Or, if you're me, liking it even more. I mean, politics is in no way foreign to Suess -- watch (or read) "The Butter Battle Book" or "The Sneeches" or "The Lorax"...
(br) wrote: In my opinion this was Arnolds best flick Terminator comes close but this is better.The Predator is one of the best Alien/Creatures ever to grace the big screen. The plot was good action was good acting was good aswell plenty of stars in this movie but the main star was the Predator himself which in turn they made four more movies with the creature and hopefully a 5th one on the way.
(nl) wrote: A rash of films appeared in the late nineties and early aughts that had beautiful women facing down serial killers. Like Jolie's earlier "The Bone Collector" and the Sandra Bullock's "Murder by Numbers," "Taking Lives" follows a female law enforcement agent getting into the psyche of a killer. The entire film is thoughtless from beginning to end. They don't know the identity of this killer, or even if he actually exists, and yet they find his identity based on a tip from an elderly woman, which seems like an innocuous claim. The action is predictable, the twist isn't presented very well, there's really strange instances of adult content for no reason other than they needed nudity, our main character is completely one dimensional except that she's morbid, the ending is thoughtlessly horrible, and none of this film makes any sense. It's just really horribly done, all around. Nothing makes any sense, whatsoever, which is a serious problem, especially when the entire film revolves around the logic in solving a decade's long set of mysteries. Even as a time waster this is not a good choice, as its endless reign of immaturity will anger anyone who deems to watch it.
(jp) wrote: nice plot twists, fun film
(ag) wrote: "Ah, but between a jest and a joke, many a truth can be told". These are the words spoken by a man who butts heads, literally, with storied author G. Chaucer (played by Pasolini himself) in the opening scene of this raunchy but boldly observant middle piece to the director's so-called "Trilogy of Life". The words speak loudly for the vignettes that follow, all of which are a little less funny than those found in the preceding film, THE DECAMERON, but a little more telling. Like THE DECAMERON, this film's stories are linked both by strands of animalistic sex and humiliation, themes Pasolini would explore more seriously and to a more depraved extent in his final film, the infamous SALO. But here they work nearly as effectively, if more delicately. Chaucer's tales flow together with themes of trickery, unfaithfulness and violence, and while Pasolini keeps the time and setting the same in his film, he brings a relevance to his view of the way sexuality drives impulse. The segments vary in both humor and strength; one vignette serves as an almost throwaway homage to Chaplin's Tramp and his misadventures, referencing and even stealing directly from his various early works, while the film's last tale is a shocking portrait of Hell, where Pasolini stages his most obscene rendering of debauchery in his career thus far. These wild shifts in tone make this a choppier experience than THE DECAMERON, which is a perverted masterpiece, but THE CANTERBURY TALES has enough brazen audacity and freewheeling human satire to place it among Pasolini's most interesting works.