Dead on Site
Dead On Site is the story of a group of media arts majors who decide as a final project to take over a vacant house where a family had been wiped out a year before. They plan to re-enact the murders and web-cast them on a site while they search for clues to the killer.
- Stars:Robbie Daymond, Mai-Ly Duong, Christopher Burnham, Maggie Guzman, Andre Mazire, Jaime Perkins, Tiffany Shepis, Scott Kenyon Barker, Tamara Mack, Brittany Alina, Ali Wood, McCoy Ronstadt, Chelsea Christopher, Damon D Daniels, Jayla Dai,
- Director:Scott Kenyon Barker,
- Writer:Scott Kenyon Barker (screenwriter)
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(ag) wrote: nice movie well written dialogues
(gb) wrote: not as good as the first one
(de) wrote: So well-done. I am infinitely glad to have seen this.
(us) wrote: great feel good movie that they don't make anymore these days. i love the play between catholics and jews which shows how religion can be such an important factor in how you treat other people. great performances by the two main child actors in this movie. I agree with the message at the end of the movie.
(ru) wrote: I just didn't get it.
(gb) wrote: i have a soft spot for babar.. and celeste
(kr) wrote: Jeffrey Wright gave me a fantastic movie experience. Cheers to you, Mr Wright! Your Simon haunts me.
(jp) wrote: If this PBS version of Joyce Carol Oates' fabulous short story, "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" does nothing else, it shows us that no drama will live up to the master story-telling of the classic in print. Like all great authors, she uses the gears of our imaginations to take us someplace we've never been before. While the tragic story unfolds in a suspenseful and methodical fashion, this melodrama comes off more as a cautionary tale. The differences are necessary to make the film stand apart from the story, and it's easy to appreciate that most of the audience will need to be diverted in other ways, but most of the detours are unworthy. Having stated this fact, the last half hour is cohesive enough to praise, especially for the blossoming talent of Laura Dern and the perhaps understated, but earnest creepiness of Treat William's performance. Mary Kay Place, as Connie's mother, demonstrates admirable acting, but still seems misplaced--as is Elizabeth Berridge who plays June. The synthesizer soundtrack makes all but the last scenes a period piece--even when it adds some tension towards the finale'. It's good, but it could easily have been more ominous.